2 1. On the Project paper Lightly & Largely sketch out the Hollow letters of your first name. 2. Then Outline in Shaprie. 3. Divide your space into 7 sections (any way you want). Pencil only. 4. Each section will be for a different element of Art. Label on Back. 5. You should do different types of designs inside & outside your letters so your name stands out.
3 Drawing & Painting Class: Elements of Art Project Choice 1: Elements of Art Collage Using the images from your image folder, create a collage that uses all the elements. Use paper from my desk. Divide paper into 7 sections. Organize your images into the 7 categories. Creatively and neatly cut and glue them into the artwork. On the back, write a paragraph explaining how you used each element. Due 9/18 (B); 9/19 (A) Choice 2: Elements of Art Drawing In your sketchbook, make an artwork (Drawing) that utilizes all 7 elements of art. Build your artwork to include context of your choice. On the back, write a paragraph explaining how you used each element. Due 9/18 (B); 9/19 (A) Painting Class: You may substitute drawing for painting on watercolor paper!
4 On your NOTE Paper, Write everything that s Underlined in the power point Add drawings to your notes. Keep it in your art bin. It will be for a grade & can be used on Tests! The 7 ELEMENTS of Art - Basic building blocks of an artwork: Lines, Shapes, Forms, Space, Texture, Value, & Color
5 The 7 ELEMENTS of Art - Basic building blocks of an artwork: 1. LINE A moving dot or point. Can vary in width, direction, curvature, & length.
6 Draw these Lines: (A moving dot)
7 How does an artist build art with line?
8 Follow the steps & Try this!
9 A more complex example by Vincent Van Gogh
10 Lines in Art Geometric Organic
11 Controlled Lines
12 Loose (Organic) Lines
13 Vincent Van Gogh Starry Night
14 Lines around the outside of your letter must be different from on the inside
15 Your turn! On your name design pick a section to demonstrate different Line designs! Label Line on the back. Around the outside of the letter do organic line designs. On the inside of the letter do Geometric line designs! Start with pencil first, color when time
16 2. Shapes When a line encloses a space. 2 Dimensions = Length & Height. Geometric = straight & angular Organic = smooth, curvy, free-form
17 1. When a line encloses a space. 2 Dimensions = Length & Height. Organic or Free-form
18 Notice all the different types of lines & Shapes in this picture
19 1 Now you try!
20 geometric art
21 Picasso King of Cubism! (Geometric art)
22 Organic art
23 Now find a new section for SHAPE! Label SHAPE on the BACK Draw different shape designs inside your letter from the outside.
24 Student samples:
25 3. Forms 3D Objects When space is added to a shape. 3 Dimensional objects have Height, Width, Depth. (geometric or organic.) i.e.: sphere, cube, cylinder, pyramid, cone, etc.
26 When space is added to a shape. 3 Dimensional objects have Height, Width, Depth. Draw some Geometric Forms:
27 Drawing a form step by step You try.
28 Geometric Sculpture (Forms) in Art
29 Organic Sculpture (Forms) in Art
30 Organic Forms
31 How do you show 3D Forms on a flat Surface? Write down the 3 ways!
32 You can show 3D forms with Lines to show the dimensions
33 With Shading to show Value & curves
34 With 1 Point Perspective to show Depth
35 Personalize your Line, Shape, or Form section with favorite your sport!
36 Football: Lines, Shapes, Forms, Photos
38 Tennis: Lines Shape Form
40 Basketball: Line Shape Form
41 Basket ball
42 Water polo & Diving:
45 Base ball
49 Cheer, Dance, Drill
50 Now do the Form section make the background different from inside your letters.
51 4. Space= Depth, Distance, or Area around things In a picture, space is an illusion that creates the feeling of depth. There are several ways to show space & depth: 1. Distance with 1 pt perspective 2. Area around or within things. 3. Positive v. Negative space 4. Size change (Biggest in front to smallest in back) 5. Overlapping
52 Distance with 1 point Perspective
53 Mathematical Area around or within objects
54 Positive V. Negative
55 Positive V. Negative
57 Scale (Size) change & details
58 Georges Seurat How many ways did he show space?
59 Creative interpretation!
61 Now pick choose a way to show space in the next section
62 5. Texture Surface quality or "feel" of an object (ie. rough, smooth, soft) 1. Actual texture -can be felt 2. Implied (or simulated) textures shown through drawing
63 Surface quality or "feel" of an object Actual Texture can be felt
64 Implied Texture you can see it; you show the illusion through drawing
65 Implied Texture you can see it; you show the illusion through drawing Texture in art
66 Show texture in the next section.
67 6. Value - Lightness or darkness of an object. Value is needed to show depth. Value scale the range of light to dark
70 Value Section now Use your Ebony Pencil Only!!!
71 7. Color made of light Hue - the name of the color (red, yellow, blue) Saturation or Intensity strength of the color (brightness or dullness) Color value lightness or darkness of the color.
72 Color Saturation: The Dominance of Hue in the color; The brightness or intensity of the color Color Value: Lightness or darkness of a color
73 Color Wheel: a circle the organizes the colors Shows relationships between colors & how to mix them.
74 Make your own color wheel: a circle the organizes the colors Shows relationships between colors & how to mix them. Yellow Y-O Y-G Orange Green R-O B-G Red Blue R-V B-V Violet / Purple
75 4. Color Schemes - combinations of colors that create a Mood (Primary, Analogous, warm, cool, complimentary)
76 Primary Colors Color Schemes
77 Warm Colors
78 Cool Colors
79 Warm & Cool
80 Complementary Colors
81 Last but not least, Choose a SPECIFIC COLOR Scheme for the color section. While all sections can have color, the color section should have specific color schemes.
82 Drawing & Painting Class: Elements of Art Project Choice 1: Elements of Art Collage Using the images from your image folder, create a collage that uses all the elements. Use paper from my desk. Divide paper into 7 sections. Organize your images into the 7 categories. Creatively and neatly cut and glue them into the artwork. On the back, write a paragraph explaining how you used each element. Due Tues 9/18 (B); Wed 9/19 (A) Choice 2: Elements of Art Drawing In your sketchbook, make an artwork (Drawing) that utilizes all 7 elements of art. Build your artwork to include context of your choice. On the back, write a paragraph explaining how you used each element. Due Tues 9/18 (B); Wed 9/19 (A) Painting Class: You may substitute drawing for painting on watercolor paper!
83 Georges Seurat has used all 7 Elements of Art
84 VAN GOGH has used all 7 elements in Starry Night
85 Grant Wood Uses all 7 elements in American Gothic
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