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EXCEPTIONAL PORTFOLIOS FEBRUARY 2013 (7 images)

 Students will use their portfolios to save art pieces created this semester. Their portfolio is also a picture that lets you know something about them. Students identified the Elements of Art as well as the line types and emotions they evoke that they used on their portfolio design.
Last modified on February 25, 2013 at 4:45pm

PROGRESSIVE ART 2013 (11 images)

 Not be be confused with morphing. This project consists of 8 panels. The artist has 8 panels to create the design in mind. First panel may have just one SHAPE that will be precisely duplicated in the next panel. In the second panel, you must add a different type of shape. Each panel thereafter, precisely copies the panel before it and has an additional new shape and/or texture. The design needs to be complex. The first 5 examples of student artists' work are exemplary. In the 6th example, the shapes in each panel are not the exact same size. In addition there are only 3 shapes used: an oval, jagged hair and circular mouth. There must be 8 DIFFERENT SHAPES or you can add texture to the last two or three panels to make them have one additional difference from the panel that precedes them. The 7th & 8th progressive art are at standard. Use your rubric and figure out why. The last 3 pieces or progressive art are below standard. Use your rubric and figure out why.
Last modified on April 13, 2016 at 3:44pm

Sketching People Proportionately Within the Environment (17 images)

 This is our 3rd lesson, time practicing sketching people. This time students were to shade, highlight and add an elaborate background/setting for their character.
Last modified on May 19, 2011 at 3:09pm

Texture Techniques Using Lines (15 images)

 This is our second time using our texturing techniques to elaborate on our sketches as well as turning our attention to sketching more COMPLEX objects. Some of the techniques you will see examples of are hatch, cross hatching, scribbling, stippling,& repeated lines and patterns. Students chose to use the texturing techniques that would make their sketches look more realistic.
Last modified on April 10, 2013 at 11:23am

TEXTURING TECHNIQUES USING LINES (18 images)

 This is our first time using our texturing techniques to elaborate on our sketches as well as turning our attention to sketching more COMPLEX objects. Some of the techniques you will see examples of are hatch, cross hatching, scribbling, stippling,& repeated lines and patterns. Students were required to use all texturing techniques to make their sketches look more realistic.
Last modified on April 10, 2013 at 11:19am