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DRAWING FROM OBSERVATION Lines, Shapes, and Value

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Unit Goals: Using Shapes, Lines and Value 1 - Be able to use basic shapes and drawn forms to produce (draw) the basic proportions of an observed object. 2 - Be able to use Contour Lines to produce (draw) a more realistic outline and detailed drawing from observation. 3 - Be able to use value to show the illusion of form in your observational drawing.

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Lesson One Goal : Using Shapes Review: What are the basic catagories of shapes? What is the definition of proportion?

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Review: Basic Shapes 1- 2- Basic Catagories of ShapesExamples

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Review: Basic Shapes 1- 2- 3- 4- 5- 6- Basic Geometric ShapesExamples

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Review: Proportion Proportion is Define ProportionExamples

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Goal 1: Using Shapes How do artists use basic shapes to produce a more realistic art work? Question:Example

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Goals 1: Using Shapes How do artists use basic shapes to produce a more realistic art work? Question:Example

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Goals 1: Using Shapes How do artists use basic shapes to produce a more realistic art work? Question:Example

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Goals 1: Using Shapes How do artists use basic shapes to produce a more realistic art work? Leonardo da Vinci Question:Example

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Artist Examples How do artists use basic shapes to produce a more realistic art work? Claude Monet ArtistExample

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Artist Examples How do artists use basic shapes to produce a more realistic art work? Stan Lee Creator of Marvel Comics ArtistExample

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Artist Examples How do artists use basic shapes to produce a more realistic art work? Doug Chiang Star Wars Designer ArtistExample

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Artist Examples How do artists use basic shapes to produce a more realistic art work? Doug Chiang Star Wars Designer ArtistExample

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Goal 1: Basic Shapes Find the basic shapes of the object. What shapes do you see?

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Review: Proportion

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Goal 1: Basic Shapes Find the basic shapes of the object. What shapes do you see in this object?

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Lesson One Goal: Basic Shapes Practice First: Drawing the Basic Shapes Lets get started: Stand up and loosen up. Practice using the whole arm. Draw your shapes large.

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Lesson One Goal: Basic Shapes Drawing From Observation: Find Basic Shapes: Draw quick and loose. Draw large. Don’t worry about being perfect.

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Lesson Two Goal: Basic Shapes Find the basic shapes of the object. Find the basic forms. Pick it up and investigate.

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Review: Basic Shapes 1-Square= 2-Triangle= 3-Ellipse= 4-Circle= Basic Shape = Basic FormsExamples

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Draw: Show me what you can do! Two minutes to draw your object as best as you can.

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