# Monday, 10/7 Objective: How can you create five different values using pencil? How can mapping an image on a grid help you enlarge or reduce an image as.

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Monday, 10/7 Objective: How can you create five different values using pencil? How can mapping an image on a grid help you enlarge or reduce an image as well as develop drawing skills? Goal: Draw an image using grid mapping in order to develop observational drawing skills. Drill 1.What is another word for adornment? 2.What is a symbol? 3.Give an example of a symbol and what it stands for. 4.What are two reasons why humans have been decorating their bodies since ancient times? 5.How can choices regarding a person’s body adornment function symbolically?

Notes value : An element of art that refers to the lightness or darkness of a color. A value scale shows the gradations from dark to light in steps. Grid: a series of squares that help copy, enlarge or reduce an image by breaking the image down into smaller areas.

To Do Demonstration: Creating a five step value scale with pencil. On a white piece of paper placed in your binder create a five-step value scale with a pencil.

Demonstration Mapping an image using a grid: -How to plot the squares. -What to look for in drawing the squares. -Positive and negative space. -Placing the values. -Why is this a puzzle?

To Do Map and draw the image using the grid method. Use your pencil to add values by comparing the values on the paper to the values on your value scale.

Exit Ticket How can mapping an image on a grid help you enlarge or reduce an image as well as develop drawing skills?

Wednesday, 10/9 Objective: How is a value scale a tool for identifying and placing values on a drawing? Goal: Identify values on a black and white image with the help of a value scale and render them in charcoal on a larger piece of paper. Drill 1.The element of art that refers to the lightness or darkness of a color is called ____. 2.A tool that shows the step by step change from dark to light is called a _____. 3.A series of squares that help you copy, enlarge or reduce an image is called a ___. 4.How is a grid helpful in copying an image from an 8”x10” drawing to a large wall?

Wednesday, 10/9 Objective: How is a value scale a tool for identifying and placing values on a drawing? Goal: Identify values on a black and white image with the help of a value scale and render them in charcoal on a larger piece of paper. value : An element of art that refers to the lightness or darkness of a color. A value scale shows the gradations from dark to light in steps. Grid: a series of squares that help copy, enlarge or reduce an image by breaking the image down into smaller areas.

The Role of Value in Drawing The Work of Robert Longo

Other Portraits done in Charcoal

Thursday, 10/10 Objective: How is a value scale a tool for identifying and placing values on a drawing? Goal: Identify values on a black and white image with the help of a value scale and render them in charcoal on a larger piece of paper. Drill 1.The element of art that refers to the lightness or darkness of a color is called ____. 2.A tool that shows the step by step change from dark to light is called a _____.

To Do Create a six step value scale in charcoal and label the gradations from 1-6 one being the darkest and six the lightest. Observe the values in the grid square you received. Label them from 1-6 based on your value scale and by comparing them to the other values on the paper. On the paper square you were given, render each value in the appropriate space using your value scale as a guide.

Exit Ticket How is a value scale a tool for identifying and placing values on a drawing?

Thursday, 10/10 Objective: How is a value scale a tool for identifying and placing values on a drawing? Goal: Identify values on a black and white image with the help of a value scale and render them in charcoal on a larger piece of paper. Drill 1.On a six point value scale you are creating dark to light values in ___ steps. 2.What number did we give the darkest dark on the value scale? 3.If you are using the value scales you made yesterday, a black area in an image would be the same as which number on the value scale? 4.What numbers would a medium gray area correspond to? 5.What number would an almost black (dark gray area) correspond to? 6.How can this exercise be seen as shading by numbers?

To Do Create a six step value scale in charcoal and label the gradations from 1-6 one being the darkest and six the lightest if you did not do so yesterday. Observe the values in the grid square you received. Label them from 1-6 based on your value scale and by comparing them to the other values on the paper. On the paper square you were given, render each value in the appropriate space using your value scale as a guide. Repeat the procedure until you have finished five squares total. LOOK FOR DETAIL. Place your name on the back of all squares. Make sure the grid number is visible on the square.

Exit Ticket How does using the grid method help in creating a very big drawing?

Monday, 10/21 Objective: Practice creating value gradations with charcoal and graphite by completing a seven point value scale for each medium and completing a value gradation exercise. Drill 1.The element of art that has to do with lightness and darkness of a color is _____. 2.A five point value scale goes from dark to light in how many steps? 3.How can you create dark and light values with the same graphite pencil?

Today’s Agenda Demonstration on creating value scales with graphite and pencil (repeated). Demonstration on how to create a shattered value drawing with graphite and pencil. Individual work time/going over grades and what you can do to improve your grade. Tomorrow: Make up day (details to be discussed during individual conferences)

To Do Complete the first value scale with graphite: - You can control the darkness by how much you press your pencil. - Fill the entire box with the same value. - Avoid streaking. Complete the second value scale with charcoal: - You can control the darkness by how much charcoal is present and smeared on the area. - Fill the entire box with the same value. Complete the shattered value (value gradation) exercise as demonstrated.

Exit Ticket What is the main difference between working with graphite to create value and working with charcoal?

Monday, 10/28 Objective: Construct a 2”x2” grid on an 18”x24” paper. Construct a 1”x1” grid on the copy of your photograph. Drill 1.A series of squares used for accurately copying or enlarging an image is called a ____. 2.To make a picture gridded on 2”x2” squares double in size, the new grid squares should be measured to ____. 3.What do you need to pay attention to when copying an image using a grid in order to have an accurate drawing of the original image?

Notes Horizontal Line (direction): Goes from left to right. ______ Vertical Line (direction): Goes up and down

Today’s Agenda Assignment overview: - What we have done so far. - Discussion of examples. - The big question. Demonstration on measuring a grid. Measure and draw a 2”x 2” grid on large white paper. Measure and draw a 1” x 1” grid on your photograph with the line drawing.

Demonstration How to draw a grid. Understanding direction. Measuring and marking the points. Connecting the dots. The importance of drawing light. Take remaining pictures.

To Do To Measure the Vertical Line Spaces With your paper placed vertically, place your ruler horizontally towards the top of the page and measure spaces at 2” intervals – place a small dot every two inches. Repeat the procedure in the middle and bottom of the paper. Place your ruler vertically so that the edge touches all three dots and lightly draw a line with your pencil. Connect each line of dots in the same manner. To Measure the Horizontal Line Spaces With your paper placed horizontally, place your ruler horizontally towards the top of the page and measure spaces at 2” intervals – place a small dot every two inches. Repeat the procedure in the middle and bottom of the paper. Place your ruler vertically so that the edge touches all three dots and lightly draw a line with your pencil. Connect each line of dots in the same manner.

To Do Repeat the grid drawing procedure straight on your photograph, this time drawing 1”x 1” squares.

Exit Ticket How much bigger than the original picture is your drawing going to be based on the grids you drew?

Tuesday, 10/29 Objective: Construct a 2”x2” grid on an 18”x24” paper. Construct a 1”x1” grid on the copy of your photograph. Create an enlarged drawing of yourself by drawing the contours of the face and facial features from the photograph using the grid method. Drill 1.The squares over the image on the right are called a ____. 2.What is the purpose of the squares over the image on the right? 3.How would you go about drawing the image using the grid? What do you have to do first, second etc.? 4.What is the relationship between the size of the grid squares and the size you want the final image to be?

Today’s Agenda Instructional Time: - Review how to draw a grid. - Demonstration on using the grid to draw the image. Work time: - Complete drawing the large grid on white paper (2” x 2”) - Draw a 1” x 1” grid over the line drawing of your photograph. - Begin drawing the image square by square.

To Do To Measure the Vertical Line Spaces With your paper placed vertically, place your ruler horizontally towards the top of the page and measure spaces at 2” intervals – place a small dot every two inches. Repeat the procedure in the middle and bottom of the paper. Place your ruler vertically so that the edge touches all three dots and lightly draw a line with your pencil. Connect each line of dots in the same manner. To Measure the Horizontal Line Spaces With your paper placed horizontally, place your ruler horizontally towards the top of the page and measure spaces at 2” intervals – place a small dot every two inches. Repeat the procedure in the middle and bottom of the paper. Place your ruler vertically so that the edge touches all three dots and lightly draw a line with your pencil. Connect each line of dots in the same manner.

Exit Ticket In order to have an accurate line drawing of the image you are enlarging with a grid, what two things are important for you to pay attention to?

Wednesday, 10/30 Objective: Construct a 2”x2” grid on an 18”x24” paper. Construct a 1”x1” grid on the copy of your photograph. Create an enlarged drawing of yourself by drawing the contours of the face and facial features from the photograph using the grid method. Drill Draw the image on the right as close to the original as you possible can. 1.Start by drawing the grid squares. 2.Draw the lines that are in each square by looking at one square at a time.

Today’s Agenda Instructional Time: - Demonstration on using the grid to draw the image - Focus on one square at a time. - Determine the degree and direction of lines and where they touch the edges of the square. Work time: - Complete drawing the large grid on white paper (2” x 2”) if you have not done so. - Draw a 1” x 1” grid over the line drawing of your photograph. - Begin drawing the image square by square. Use a hiding paper if needed.

Exit Ticket Evaluate your drawing. What do you think works? What, if anything, do you think needs to be changed?

Wednesday, 10/31 Objective: Construct a 1”x1” grid on the copy of your photograph. Create an enlarged drawing of yourself by drawing the contours of the face and facial features from the photograph using the grid method. Drill Draw the image on the right as close to the original as you possibly can. 1.Start by drawing the grid squares. 2.Draw the lines that are in each square by looking at one square at a time.

Today’s Agenda Instructional Time: - Demonstration on using the grid to draw the image - Focus on one square at a time. - Determine the degree and direction of lines and where they touch the edges of the square. Work time: - Complete drawing the large grid on white paper (2” x 2”) if you have not done so. - Draw a 1” x 1” grid over the line drawing of your photograph. - Begin drawing the image square by square. Use a hiding paper if needed. - Erase all the grid lines completely. - Begin working with charcoal to add value to your drawing

Exit Ticket Evaluate your drawing. What do you think works? What, if anything, do you think needs to be changed?

Monday, 11/4 Objective: Create an enlarged drawing of yourself by drawing the contours of the face and facial features from the photograph using the grid method. Render the features of the face using charcoal in order to make your face appear three-dimensional. Drill Draw the image on the right as close to the original as you possibly can. 1.Start by drawing the grid squares. 2.Draw the lines that are in each square by looking at one square at a time.

Demonstration Adding value using charcoal to create the illusion of form. Identifying light and dark areas. How light falls your face.

To Do Finish enlarging your drawing using the grid. Identify the dark and light values on your face. Begin by applying a layer of medium gray on the upper part of the face. Darken the dark areas and lighten the light areas. Keep referring to the black and white picture as you work.

Exit Ticket How does adding value to a drawing make the work appear three-dimesnional?

Tuesday, 11/5 Objective: Create an enlarged drawing of yourself by drawing the contours of the face and facial features from the photograph using the grid method. Render the features of the face using charcoal in order to make your face appear three-dimensional. Drill 1.The element of art that has to do with the lightness and darkness of a subject is called ______. 2.What makes the work on the right appear three-dimensional? 3.Where are the darkest darks on the subject on the right? 4.Where is the lightest light? 5.Where do you think the light was coming from and why?

Notes Shadow: the darkest dark on a subject or an image. The area that receives no light. Highlight: the lightest light on a subject. The area where light directly hits an object.

To Do Take you work and move to the table you were assigned. Pay attention to the demonstration at your table. Work on the task assigned to your table.

Exit Ticket Evaluate how far you got today: - What do you need to work on next for this assignment? - What do you need to improve on?

Wednesday, 11/6 Objective: Create an enlarged drawing of yourself by drawing the contours of the face and facial features from the photograph using the grid method. Render the features of the face using charcoal in order to make your face appear three-dimensional. Drill 1.What makes each nose on the right appear three-dimensional? 2.Which part of the nose appears to receive more light (is the lightest? 3.Which part appears to receive the least light (shadow?) 4.What do you think you need to pay attention to when adding value to noses?

The Nose

Eyes

Mouth

The Rest of the Week Today: Work on shading details and bringing out the three-dimensionality of the face on your portraits. (Work on alternative assignment) Thursday: Discussion and reading on how the adornment choices we make send a message to others about who we are. (Groups) Friday: Work on completing drawings and/or journal entries.

To Do -If you chose to work on the alternative assignment get your materials and get to work. -If you are working on shading, make sure you have a medium gray layer over your drawing and then work on drawing value details by darkening the darker areas (adding charcoal) and lightening the light areas (by erasing). -If you are still working on enlarging the image using the grid look at one box at a time and draw the lines as you see them.

Exit Ticket Evaluate how far you got today: - What do you need to work on next for this assignment? - What do you need to improve on?

Thursday, 11/7 Objective: What are the main parts of the eye structure and how does understanding the structure of the eye help you draw and shade the eye area more effectively? Objective: Create the illusion of depth on a self portrait drawing by adding value with charcoal. (Focus on the eyes and eye structure) Drill 1.The element of art that refers to the lightness or darkness of an object is called _____. 2.Which parts of the drawing on the right are lower or sunken in? 3.Which area in the drawing is higher than the rest? 4.In what ways does the image appear three-dimensional? 5.What details can you identify on the drawing?

Today’s Agenda Today’s Focus: Eye structure – how does understanding the eye structure help you draw and shade the eyes better? Watch video on eye structure. Discuss video and label the eye parts on a diagram. Watch video on drawing the eye. Discuss the steps and relate them to what we have done so far. Pair critique and suggestions on ways to improve the eye area of the drawings based on what we learned from the video and eye structure. Work time – focus on the eyes Exit Ticket

Eye Structure Video (8.5 minutes)

Complete the Diagram on your handout Label the parts of the eye discussed in the video Brow ridge Eyebrows Sclera Eyelids (top and bottom) Tear Duct Pupil Iris Cornea Eyelashes

Drawing the Eye Video

Drawing the Eye Steps Step 1: Lay in Step 2: Two values Step 3: Full value dark accents Step 4: Halftones and highlights Step 5: Clean edges and shapes

Pair Critique (5 minutes) Exchange drawings with the person across from you. Observe the eye area of the drawing. Based on what we have learned today about the structure of the eye and how to draw the eye give your partner two specific suggestions on ways to improve the way they drew and shaded the eyes.

Work Time Continue working on your drawings by adding details on the values to bring out the facial features. Focus on the eyes and make improvements based on what we have learned today and the suggestions of your partner. If you are finished, work on the extension and enrichment assignment. If you have not yet started the grid or are nowhere near having a line drawing work on the alternative assignment.

Exit Ticket How does understanding the structure of the eye help you draw and shade the eye area more effectively?

Name: ______________________________________

Extension Assignment To be completed if you have finished your portrait Using the simplified line picture of yourself draw one of your eyes only on a piece of paper. Make it large. (You can use a grid or try to draw it freehand.) Add a new element to the eye in a way that it becomes part of the eye. See examples below. Be creative. You can be serious, funny, creepy etc. Shade in the eye using the black and white picture of yourself. You can choose to shade in the added element or use color for emphasis.

Friday, 11/8 Objective: What are the main parts of the lip structure and how does understanding the structure of the lips help you draw and shade the lip area more effectively? Objective: Create the illusion of depth on a self portrait drawing by adding value with charcoal. (Focus on the lips and lip structure) Drill 1.Where are the darkest shadows on the lips to the right? 2.How are the lips separated from the skin around them? 3.What kind of details do you see?

Today’s Agenda Today’s Focus: Lip structure – how does understanding the lip structure help you draw and shade the lips better? Watch video on lip structure. Watch video on drawing the lips. Discuss the videos as they relate to our assignment. Pair critique and suggestions on ways to improve the lip area of the drawings based on what we learned from the video and lip structure. Work time – focus on the lips Exit Ticket

Lip Structure

How to Draw Lips

How can we apply what we have learned from the video to our work The structure of the lips Where to look for shadows The lips from different angles Details The area around the lips

Pair Critique (5 minutes) Exchange drawings with the person across from you. Observe the lip area of the drawing. Based on what we have learned today about the structure of the lips and how to draw the lips give your partner two specific suggestions on ways to improve the way they drew and shaded the lips.

Work Time Continue working on your drawings by adding details on the values to bring out the facial features. Focus on the lips and make improvements based on what we have learned today and the suggestions of your partner. If you are finished, work on the extension and enrichment assignment. If you have not yet started the grid or are nowhere near having a line drawing work on the alternative assignment.

Exit Ticket What are the main parts of the lip structure and how does understanding the structure of the lips help you draw and shade the lip area more effectively?

Monday, 11/11 Objective: Create the illusion of depth on a self portrait drawing by adding value with charcoal. (Focus on the hair) Drill 1.Where are the darkest values in the drawing to the right? 2.Where are the lightest values? 3.Based on the placement of the dark and light values, where would you say the light is coming from? 4.What makes the drawing appear mysterious?

To Do Add details to your portrait, such shadows around the eyes, lips and nose. Make sure you address the shadows and values on the neck. Complete the hair last. You may add a light background. If you are finished, work on painting the new layer with gesso. (I will demonstrate)

Tuesday, 11/12 Objective: Identify ways in which adornment choices transmit messages about who we are by reading and discussing excerpts from an interview based on the Smithsonian Institution’s “Will to Adorn” festival. Drill 1.What do we mean by adornment? 2.List two things that would be considered adornment elements in the image on the right. 3.Based on what you see, what do you think this image is about?

Who are these people?

Group Classwork Introduction to NPR interview “The Will to Adorn: What we Wear and what it Says About Us” Take ten minutes to Quietly read the article. Be prepared to discuss Key Points

Groups Sit with your assigned group Take ten minutes to quietly read your assigned section. On the top of the large piece of paper write the main item of adornment the section focused on Write a summary of what you read. Go around the group twice, each offering an opinion, or comment about the topic. Write your comments on the topic down.

Presentations Hats Tattoos Hair Ties Black Panthers Colors

Exit Ticket In what ways do our clothing choices make references to the time and culture in which we live?

Wednesday, 11/13 Objective: Adorn your self portrait with at least two elements of adornment that communicate a message about who you are by drawing adornment elements on a second layer of paper. Drill 1.Another word for decoration or ornamentation is ______. 2.List two things that we adorn our bodies with on a daily basis. 3.List three other things that people might use to adorn themselves with. 4.What kinds of messages about ourselves can our adornment choices communicate?

Which of the following hats would a person likely wear: A.At church B.If they want to stand out or appear unique C.If they are spending time outdoors on a cold day D.On a regular day E.If they want to show support or preference for a team

List adornment elements that can communicate a message and explain what that message might be.

To Do Tape a piece of tracing paper over your finished and fixed charcoal portrait. Paint the entire area around the face black. Eliminate all hair and clothing information so that only the face, facial features and neck are visible. Allow to dry. While the work is drying, sketch three different ideas for adornment choices on a blank page. (Each idea should contain at least two adornment elements that communicate a message about who you are or who you would like to be)

Exit Ticket Clean and return all materials to their assigned places.