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Oil Pastel For Foundations

Oil Pastel For Foundations



Oil Pastel Project Guidelines

Oil Pastel Project Guidelines



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    • Oil Pastel Drawings Ms. Urioste’s Foundation to Art Class
    • Have your border will become part of your art work Using a Border
      • You could use a natural setting to surround your living subject as both the border and the pattern behind it.
      Living Subject What environment can your living subject be surrounded with?
    • Pattern
      • Pattern is the repetition of elements like a checker board , stripes or shapes in the background.
    • Putting it all together First, find a living subject that you can draw in oil pastel .
      • You can use the living subject as a design that interlocks with the border and patterned background like a tessellation .
      Symetrical Design
      • Decide on whether you are using black paper or a colored paper.
    • Drawing Find a resource of a living object that you can use as a reference. You will turn in your resource picture in with your rough draft drawing. Do not trace - try to draw the subject .
    • Student work Examples From Fall 2008 Foundation Classes
      • Using graphic transfer paper, take your rough draft drawing and transfer it to your colored or black paper.
      • (repeating an idea creates emphasis)
      Transfer Image Taylor Anderson, grade 9
      • Decide whether you want it to looks like stained glass with a black outline or not.
      Outline Romi Rankin, senior
      • There needs to be highlights and shadows in all areas of your drawing so that every thing has form (not flat colors that are just shapes).
      Jeanine Duong
    • Combine colors together to make your own palette of colors. Don’t just use colors right out of the box. Cheyenne Dunham
      • Have your color blend into each other creating a transition from one color to the next.
      Blend Brian Bernard
    • Fill the Paper with Color Claudia Garcia Tiffany Gallegos