Presentation on theme: "Printmaking as Narrative Collagraph. Printmaker as children’s book illustrator Wanda Gag."— Presentation transcript:
Printmaking as Narrative Collagraph
Printmaker as children’s book illustrator Wanda Gag
Narrative Print Examples Antonio Frasconi
Collagraph as Narrative
Textures with Solids
Interesting pattern Use
Collagraph Assignment Choose 1 cardstock cut-out and create a visual story involving the character or object. Steps: 1.Choose a cut-out (character or object) 2.Write or draw story ideas about the character or object in your sketchbook. 3.Discuss these ideas with Mrs. Rogers. 4.Choose one narrative idea and begin developing a story illustration (a picture for your story) 5.Sketch or begin cutting images that you want to be solid forms in your collagraph. 6.Decide which objects you would like to have lighter, or textured. 7.Discuss with Mrs. Rogers and begin creating collagraph board with cardstock for solids and other materials for textures.