dma practice shading using the shading warm-up hand- out
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Photography Composition using the Elements and Principles of Art
DMAPractice shading using the shading warm-up hand-outLearning TargetsTo understand high quality pencil shadingTo use high quality pencil shading to create a three dimensional effect.Success criteria: I canUse shading to create a three dimensional effectAgenda: 9/15/2015Create a value chartPractice high quality pencil shadingCreate a value chart1 wide by 9. Break the 9 inch section into nine individual 1 sections. Draw as light as you can in the first square and get increasingly darker as he goes. The last section will be the darkest you can make it. The scale should have nice even steps in shade, no big jumps in value, yet each one should be obviously darker then the last.
To make forms three dimensionalDraw the objects lightly in contour form. Observe how the light hits the objects. Draw the shade that you see on the form with your pencil. You should not be able to see pencil strokes and there should be no smudging with your fingers. All shading will be done with your pencil. To make forms three dimensionalEach form will be defined by the shaded values not lines. Make nice smooth pencil strokes for blending, no scratchy lines.Fill the page with the drawing, dont just do a little drawing in middle of the page.
Elements of Art
Pablo PicasoElements The basic building blocksLineShapeValueFormTexture ColorSpace
Salvador Dali - The Persistence of MemoryLineA mark made by a moving point.Has greater length than width.Directs the eye-horizontal, vertical, diagonal, curvy, zig-zag, etc.Can be actual-obvious lines or the borders or edges of shapes.Can be implied-series of points or shapes that the viewers eyes connect. They are suggested, not actual.
Contour line defines edges of shapes with line.
internet find - Paul Heaston Leading Lines are created by the eye following the lines that linear objects, or their edges, to the center of interest in the artwork.
Student - Barrett Roberts 2003 Line How do the lines in this artwork direct the viewer's eye? Where does the artist want you to look?
Vincent Van GoghImplied line not an actual line but can be a row of objects creating a line, someones line of vision, or the edge of a shape.
Student - Shaina Warner 2001
Student - Greg Connell 2006 LineWhat are the implied lines in this artwork?
Winslow Homer LineWhat are the implied lines in this artwork?
Leonardo DaVinciShapeA contained area created by an area surrounded by a line that comes together.A contained area created by change in color or value. Shapes are 2-Dimensional and flat. Can be GEOMETRIC (man-made) ex. Square, triangle, circle, etc.Can be ORGANIC (natural) ex. Leaves, humans, puddles, etc.Shape- Shape can be created with an area surrounded by lineor an area that is one color or value.
Pablo PicassoShapeDescribe the how the shape is created in this artwork. Jacob Lawrence
Shape- can be organic or geometric
Student artworkHannah Freitag - 2005ShapeDescribe the shapes, are they geometric or organic?
VasarleyShapeDescribe the shapes, are they geometric or organic?
Jan HartIn class assignmentCreate a contour drawing of the kitchen utensils on the table.