# Grid Objectives 1.On the page that has your image, copy this objective: You will use measuring skills in order to draw a 1-inch grid. 2.On your drawing.

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Grid Objectives 1.On the page that has your image, copy this objective: You will use measuring skills in order to draw a 1-inch grid. 2.On your drawing page copy this objective: You will utilize the grid drawing technique in order to draw realistically. 3.Student teachers- Anyone who is finished with their drawing today will help others who are measuring and drawing still.

If you have done these things: 1.Gridding Day one pages 2.Drawn your 1 inch grid and finished your picture. 3.Made a 1 inch frame. 4.Gridded 4 boxes with ½ inch grid. 5.Finished your homework and turned it in. 6.Attempted a second grid with shading?? FINISHED ALL 6? Start collecting magazine images/ words for collage. Make an envelope to put them in.

1 inch Frame: You need these supplies: ~ Paper from corner ~ Ruler ~ Pencil ~ Scissors ~ 1 inch grid image and grid to draw DRILL: How do you eat an elephant?

DRILL: (Write this): How Do You Eat an Elephant? Answer: One bite at a time. And that's the same way you should draw and paint. The grid method divides the image that you want to paint into smaller "bite sized" squares, and then you sketch each square one-at-a-time onto your canvas. Leonardo Da Vinci used the "grid method" to teach art.

Making a 1 inch frame Objective: You will use observation skills in order to draw using a grid. DRILL: 1. Get a small piece of paper from the corner of your table. 2.We will all make a one inch frame. Why?

1- inch frame steps: 1.Get a small piece of paper from corner of table. 2.Fold your piece in half. 3.Take the pink frame that Miss Gauger made as templates. Fold it! 4.Place the folds on top of each other. 5.Trace the rectangle. 6.Cut it out. 7.Put frame in envelope to keep forever!

Homework Due Monday 1.Cut out 2 magazine images. 2.Glue them into your sketchbook. 3.Draw them. (Grid one) 4.50 point grade- 25 points each 5.-10 points a day. 6.10pts XC for extra image if late. 7.2 pts XC per extra image if one time. 8.SKETCHBOOKS DUE IN BOX BY next FRIDAY.

Objective: You will use measuring skills in order to draw a ½ -inch grid in 2 sections. DRILL: 1.What is a contour line? 2.Look at your image. Choose your 2 most difficult squares. If finished choose a new image to draw a new 1 inch grid on. 3.We will draw a ½ inch grid in those sections.

Tips for gridding well: A contour line is an outline. (The inside and outside lines.) ½ inch GRID

DEMO: How to draw a ½ -inch grid

Steps for drawing a 1-inch GRID 1.Cut out image. 2.Trace image (the outline of the rectangle) where you are going to draw it. 3.Mark every inch on the horizontal axis at the top and bottom. 4.Mark every inch on the vertical axis on the left and right side. 5.Connect your lines. 6.Make your 1-inch marks on your drawing, too and connect the lines. 7.Number the vertical and letter the horizontal.

1- inch frame steps: 1.Get a small piece of paper from corner of table. 2.Fold your piece in half. 3.Take the pink frame that Miss Gauger made as templates. Fold it! 4.Place the folds on top of each other. 5.Trace the rectangle. 6.Cut it out.

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