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Lined Pattern Self-Portrait Repetitive Pattern and Rhythm
Pattern and Rhythm: Principles of Design Rhythm is a repeated pattern that forms a harmonious sequence of elements. – (lines and shapes for this project)
Self-Portrait This is a painting, drawing, photograph, sculpture, etc…of oneself.
Lined Pattern Self- Portrait
Use Sharpie to create patterns in the face and background
Colored Pencil and Sharpie
Pencil and Sharpie
Process Take your portrait and tape a piece of tracing paper on top of it.
Trace the main lines of the face on the tracing paper… Go over the lines with sharpie
Turn the tracing paper over and go over the lines with EBONY pencil
Place your image in an interesting position on the big white paper and transfer your image… Begin your designs!
I Saw the Number 5 in Gold Artist: Charles Demuth.
Student Leaders’ Words of Wisdom: Empowering Pop Art Self-Portraits Roy Lichtenstein Inspired Project.
PICASSO FACES Lesson designed by J.S. Anthos, GA Grades 1-5 Look at Girl Before A Mirror Elements of Art LINE, SHAPE, COLOR Discuss the thought behind.
Day AP/Studio E.Lyon. Find your folder Find your folder and a place to sit Take out your hand project we were working on last class Be ready.
Color Wheel. Step 1: You will need to get 12x18 inch white paper to paint on.
Color Wheel Mixing We’re going to paint a color wheel using only 3 colors of paint: Red, Yellow, and Blue.
Task One – Digital print over watercolour Step 1 – Choose your digital image to be used.
Steps to start Have a good clear photograph of your face or Head and shoulders from the front and the side (profile)
Gustave Klimt. Who was Gustave Klimt? An Austrian painter Responsible for founding the Austrian school of painting known as the Vienna Secession In the.
Making your Printing Plate Objective: You will make a printing plate in order to print a letter tomorrow. DRILL: 1.Take out your plan and your artwork.
When the artist does not intend for it to look like anything in particular.
Pattern A Principle of Design Characteristics of Pattern: Patterns always repeat. Patterns help predict the future (they are predictable themselves.
*Created by Kay Wagner, Ph.D., Edina Public Schools, Edina, Minnesota Drawn images may be used freely, fair use laws apply to all other images.
How to Paint a Stencil on a Busy Background Masking.
Missing assignments Objective: You will turn in any missing assignments in order to improve your grade and work on your plan. DRILL: 1.Find a small space.
The Art of Fashion. Vertical Figure Types Objective: Student will be able to demonstrate correct method for determining the vertical proportions of another.
Ms. Crump - Art. Helpful way to draw photos Allows you to draw a larger version of an image A grid is drawn or placed over the original image
Design Seminar Harmony is the visually satisfying effect of combining similar or related elements. Harmony in visual design means all parts of the.
Elements & Principles CUBE
What are We Doing Next? Ms. O’Ryan’s Drawing Classes.
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