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Character Design- Design a "Princess"
In this course, students will develop a Disney-style "princess" character, from the setting to their character themes and development.
Melissa Quijano M. Ed.
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$18 per class
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Over 8 weeks
60 minutes per class
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There are lots of kinds of princesses out there: there are warrior princesses like Raya and Mulan, dreamers like Jasmine and Belle, and go-getters like Rapunzel and Tiana. But now it's your turn: create your dream princess, in the style of the Disney princesses. Will she have a bit of magic? A bit of romance? A fighting streak? It's all up to you in this design class. Your princess can be anyone from any place in any time! In this class, I will walk students through every step of the...
Students will analyze character development. Students will determine themes in a story. Students will design a character.
I have a Bachelor's of Fine Arts in creative writing from Brooklyn College. I enjoy breaking down characters to understand how they tick and then putting them back together, which is basically what we're doing in this class! I have been following discussions of diversity in Disney princess movies for years, and I thought this class would be a really cool experiment to see the kinds of characters kids actually want to see.
Week 1: HW: Create a image board and start gathering images of locations. Week 2: HW: Decide what kind of princess your character will be. Week 3: HW: Set up a backstory for your character. This can be written or drawn. Week 4: HW: Create an image board full of outfit inspiration. Week 5: HW: Loosely develop a mirror character for your princess. Week 6: HW: Create a list of themes and a symbol for your character. Week 7: HW: Create your presentation!
Drawing supplies to design your princess. I will provide body forms, though students don't have to use them. I will provide a graphic organizer to help organize key details.
1 hour per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Students will be analyzing Disney princess movies, which are rated G or PG. Students will not be pressured to create a love interest for their princess, but they are free to do so if they want to. Their princess can have any gender identity or sexuality that the learner feels is best suited to the character. I will be sharing images using Pinterest. Students can make boards however they choose as long as they can be shared.
Melissa Quijano M. Ed.
Social studies with a twist
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
519 total reviews
363 completed classes
Hi! My name is Melissa Quijano (she/her) and I teach classes focused on history and fashion. Whether my classes are focused on the contemporary or the past, I want students to come away with a greater understanding of their culture and themselves....