Picasso: An Animated Colouring Adventure | Author: Claire Faÿ
Young artists become filmmakers in this cutting-edge colouring book that brings Picasso's world to life.
In this wholly original colouring book, children's artwork can be turned into entertaining videos to play on a tablet or smartphone. Each page of this book features an aspect of Picasso's art and life: from his studio - complete with rocking chair, paintbrushes, and dog - to the works themselves, including paintings, sculptures and sketches. As the pages are coloured, they can be uploaded to a smartphone or tablet and, with the use of a free app, turned into a fully-fledged work of animated video, complete with movement, narration, and music.
Containing sixteen pages that can be turned into eight twenty-second videos, this book teaches children about Picasso's life and art through the work they create as well as the brief text introductions to each section. A satisfying blend of art and technology, this unique colouring book will help kids feel the joy of creativity, explore new technology, and let their imagination soar.
- Once each page is coloured, it can be uploaded to an app and a series of movies are created based off of the coloured pages, allowing children's art to come to life. There are 8 animations that can be created, each twenty seconds long.
- The animation app can be downloaded for free.
21.0 x 29.0 x 0.3 cm
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