Presentation on theme: "Drawing a Still-Life Looking closer to find the detail of life."— Presentation transcript:
Drawing a Still-Life Looking closer to find the detail of life
Vocabulary Gradation Value Shape Form Space Composition Cast Shadow Highlight or glare Two-dimensional Three-Dimensional
First Steps! What is Value? Value Scale 10 Shapes to Forms Practice drawing shells WITH VALUE!
Two-Dimensional Artists Still-Life Artists
NEXT! Create your own Still-Life using shells. Remember the examples! Use your creativity. And now… your Criteria… how will you be graded?
Shell Still-Life Criteria 1. Time on Task (Used time wisely, Completed on time) (20) 2. Neatness and Composition are used well (There are no scribbly lines and it fills the whole paper). (20) 3. Used Contrast, Form, Value, Balance, Movement well. (Can easily see that you used black cast shadows, gray(s) and white highlights creating the illusion of depth) (20) 4. Practiced with value drawing first (looks 3-D). (20) 5. The colors are blended and smooth (there are no lines ONLY value.) (20)