2. Introduction Choose interesting and complex objects Observe negative space Draw the object from observation not from pictures (consider close up or unusual angles)
3. Apples in Red Bowl, Nicole EtienneEast Sussex, 1958, by Bill Brandt
4. Practice Observational Drawings Use a viewfinder Complete a mixed media double page spread of small but accurate drawings using complex objects. Be creative and original! Use any drawing medium or mixed media: paint, pencil, chalk, oil pastel, pen, etc.
5. Viewfinder sketch example
6. Egon Schiele (1890-1918), Sleeping Figure With Blanket, Austrian, 1910.Watercolor and charcoal on tan paper.)
7. Keith (L) 1972, Chuck Close Eye, M.C. Escher
8. Sketchbook Development with ArtReference Develop your sketches into more interesting ideas. Experiment! You can distort, idealize, repeat, etc. Research techniques or styles of a well known artist. Comment on work using specialist vocabulary of art. Cite your sources.
9. Michael Paulus CHUCK CLOSE "Self Portrait/Woodcut" 2002 43 colour handpainted woodcut on Nishinouchi paper paper size: 31 x 25 inches edition of 60
10. Clock Explosion, Salvador Dali
11. Drawing PortfolioShells
12. 2D Design PortfolioShells
13. Drawing PortfolioGreen Peppers
14. 2D Design Portfolio Green Peppers
15. Drawing PortfolioFigure
16. 2D Design PortfolioFigure
17. Drawing Portfolio Instruments
18. 2D Design Portfolio Instruments
19. Half Page Sketches of your FinalIdeas Work more with some of your best ideas to produce some small rough ‘thumbnail’ sketches. produce two half page sketches to show a final 2D expressive art idea and a final printmaking idea.
20. Thumbnail Sketches
21. Bo Won ideas development page 1
22. Bo Won ideas development page 2
23. Nayon Ideas Development Page 1
24. Nayon Ideas Development Page 2
25. Michael de Camp -Time of Day (Dawn)
26. Michael de Camp -Time of Day (Dawn)
27. The Final Works Create a visually exciting final piece of work, using one or more of the best ideas from your sketchbook exploration Produce a finished, well thought out print using one of the methods demonstrated or a combination of more than one.