Objectives: usage Shapes – eg. Drawing 2D ( shapes needed to do 2D) – 2D DrawingMovement (eg. Cubism) –Object –Dismantle and reassemble
In April 1937, during the Spanish Civil War, Picasso created one of his most famous works. Guernica is a huge mural painting that depicted the Nazi bombing of the Spanish town by the same name. The mural is 11 feet tall and more than 25 feet wide
Go Gaga withLines & Shapes!<br />
1) LINES…<br />Lines – It is made when a ‘dot’ takes a walk…<br />…………………………………….<br />
Now what happens when you close the line?<br />
2) Shape… What is a Shape?<br />Shape is one of the elements in Art Making<br />Shape is an enclosed space.<br />Shapes are limited to two dimensions: length and width.<br />Can be divided into 2 categories – Geometrical Shapes and Organic Shapes<br />
Geometrical Shapes?<br />Shapes created by exact mathematical law<br />Usually have define edges/corners (except circle)<br />Can be named (Examples: Circle, Square, Triangle, Rectangle, Oval, Hexagon and etc...)<br />
Organic Shapes?<br />An irregular shape<br />Derived from nature (Leaf, Stone, Clouds and etc…)<br />
Gaga Portraits!<br />Activity of the Day<br />
Instructions<br />You are required to write your name, class and index no on the back of the activity worksheet.<br />Using your imagination and creativity, create a Gaga portrait using the existing doodle provided by adding lines and shapes to it.<br />You can start your drawing in any orientation you like.<br />
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