BLACK FORCE<br />TONES<br />WHITE FORCE<br />
TONES<br />
From Colours to “Black & White” (Tones)<br />
What is Tones?<br />Varying (Different) shades of gray arranged between black and white.<br />Quality of colour, how light...
Why Tones?<br />
Chiaro(Light) Scuro (Dark)<br />
2D (empty) vs 3D (tones)<br /><ul><li>Notice the difference between Superman and Flash? Which and why it stands out more?<...
AgusSuwage<br />Indonesian Artist<br />Indonesian - Chinese<br />His work explores the contradictions of human nature – ho...
AgusSuwage<br />I Lick, 2004  <br />Oil on Camvas<br />Collection of Artist<br />
AgusSuwage<br />BrobakSuck Therefore I Am, 2004<br />Oil on Canvas<br />
AgusSuwage<br />Cindera Mata A La Indonesia (Souvenir from Indonesia), 1996<br />Mixed Media<br />
Activity 1<br />Tones…<br />
Holding a Pencil<br />
How to Hold a Pencil & Shade<br />
Instructions<br />You are provided with a worksheet which have 6 boxes on it.<br />You are required to fill in the boxes w...
Activity 2<br />Using only 3 Levels of your Tones Spectrum, Shade the objects provided with the guide provided and shade t...
Tones Vocab<br />Art Terms<br />Chiaroscuro<br />Light<br />Shadow<br />Tones<br />Shades<br />Monochromatic<br />Descript...
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  • Questions to be asked:In your opinion, what is tone?In your own words, explain what is tone?
  • Questions to be asked:Imagine if there’s no colour in the world. How would it be?
  • Questions to be asked:Observe the use of tones in the video. How is light important in creating tones on an object?Look at your friend beside you, can you see bright and dark/shadow areas on their face?
  • When the artist is working a flat, two-dimensional surface, as in drawing and painting, in order to create three-dimensional, rounded or projecting objects, he or she must rely on illusion alone  (more on 2-D and 3-D later). In other words, the 2-D artist must learn to “fake it.” A circle is rendered into a ball by using smooth, TRANSITIONAL values, gently moving from dark to light, whereas a box needs ABRUPT value changes to show that the light is different around its corners, top, and the side facing the viewer. BROKEN values are what cause us to see texture in a drawing, painting or print. Looking closely at a rendering of crumpled paper, you can see many little abrupt changes in value which, when you move back from the artwork, blend to become the subject matter. Generally, lighter values appear to be “closer” to the viewer, and darker values tend to “recede” from the viewer. All of these characteristics of value help the artist create illusions of space in two-dimensional works of art.
  • Questions to be asked:Are there tones on the artwork?Why do you think the artist used tones in his works?What do you think the artist is trying to express in his work based on the title?How do you feel when you look at the painting?
  • Questions to be asked:Are there tones on the artwork?Why do you think the artist used tones in his works?What do you think the artist is trying to express in his work based on the title?How do you feel when you look at the painting?
  • Questions to be asked:Look at this image… can anyone spot a difference in this artwork?Why does he do that?
  • Instructions:Students are introduced to the first activity of the day:Each student will receive an Activity WorksheetEach student will refer to the slide on screen when filling in boxes provided with appropriate tones/values using their 2B pencilEach student will decide to start from the darkest or lightest to shadeEach students to spend max 2 mins for each boxTeacher to walk around and monitor students’ progress and remind them with the time left.
  • Question to be asked:Can someone share with the class what you have learnt today?Can you tell me one word/term you’ve learnt today?
  • Tones

    1. 1. BLACK FORCE<br />TONES<br />WHITE FORCE<br />
    2. 2. TONES<br />
    3. 3. From Colours to “Black & White” (Tones)<br />
    4. 4. What is Tones?<br />Varying (Different) shades of gray arranged between black and white.<br />Quality of colour, how light or dark that colouris… (Eg: Dark Tone of Red/Light Tone of Red)<br />Also known as Values / “Chiaroscuro” (Italian word for Light & Dark)<br />When tone is applied on a 2D image it gives them volume (3D)<br />
    5. 5. Why Tones?<br />
    6. 6. Chiaro(Light) Scuro (Dark)<br />
    7. 7. 2D (empty) vs 3D (tones)<br /><ul><li>Notice the difference between Superman and Flash? Which and why it stands out more?</li></ul>http://www.alexrossart.com/<br />
    8. 8. AgusSuwage<br />Indonesian Artist<br />Indonesian - Chinese<br />His work explores the contradictions of human nature – how violence and pain are inextricably linked to joy and pleasure. <br />
    9. 9. AgusSuwage<br />I Lick, 2004 <br />Oil on Camvas<br />Collection of Artist<br />
    10. 10. AgusSuwage<br />BrobakSuck Therefore I Am, 2004<br />Oil on Canvas<br />
    11. 11. AgusSuwage<br />Cindera Mata A La Indonesia (Souvenir from Indonesia), 1996<br />Mixed Media<br />
    12. 12. Activity 1<br />Tones…<br />
    13. 13. Holding a Pencil<br />
    14. 14. How to Hold a Pencil & Shade<br />
    15. 15. Instructions<br />You are provided with a worksheet which have 6 boxes on it.<br />You are required to fill in the boxes with tones using drawing pencils.<br />Being 0 the lightest and 5 the darkest.<br />
    16. 16. Activity 2<br />Using only 3 Levels of your Tones Spectrum, Shade the objects provided with the guide provided and shade them according to the values.<br />
    17. 17. Tones Vocab<br />Art Terms<br />Chiaroscuro<br />Light<br />Shadow<br />Tones<br />Shades<br />Monochromatic<br />Descriptive Terms<br />Gradual<br />Gradient<br />2 Dimension<br />3 Dimension<br />Volume<br />Pop-Up<br />
    18. 18. RECAP…<br />Any questions?<br />

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