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These are our powerpoints from the beginning to the semester to December 6, 2013

These are our powerpoints from the beginning to the semester to December 6, 2013

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  • 1. 2. Introduction Drawings! Cone, Cylinder, Box, Sphere 3. 4. 5. Art journal Prezi Look at art journals Pick out an art journal and label.
  •  Cone, cylinder, box, sphere 3-dimensional object with height, width and depth Light source Cast shadow
  • 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Turn in signature page/chalk art project Show Flashmob Art journal Prezi Look at art journals Pick out an art journal and label. View slide
  •    A few art students are needed to come during the Museum’s Derby Days event on Saturday/Sunday September 21/22 to do chalk art on the rooftop? Serena Wisner can help with 4 people to give rides to Imagine Children’s Museum. View slide
  • 1. 2. 3. 4. Turn in signature page TUESDAY PAY LAB FEE $20 Envelope with first/last name/period # Pencil drawing guided practice: Cone, cylinder, box, sphere 5. Labeled/taped art journal?
  • 1. 2. 3. Signature page? As you come in, get your envelope. Pencil drawing guided practice: Cone(Monday), cylinder, box, sphere **extra paper to keep your arm clean 4. Labeled/taped art journal?
  • 1. 2. 3. Turn in signature page Envelope with first/last name/period # Put in Art Journal: a.Cone, cylinder, box, sphere b.Panache—cool artifying— DYNAMIC c. Tissue paper collage with glue.. 4. Labeled/taped art journal?
  • Art Journal Check on Monday, Sept. 16—Points for: Label on spine on colored tape: first and last name, per # 4 labeled objects: cone, cylinder, box, sphere (light source, core shadow, cast shadow, transitions areas, value scale) Shading shows full range and transition from dark to light. Tissue paper collage: Shiney (sealed with glue). FLAT overlapped tissue– not bunched up, Drawings glued in or “hinged” in (as an extra page if the art journal is small) so I can see the tissue paper. PANACHE—something creative and unique 1.
  • Art Journal Check on Monday, Sept. 16—Points for: Label on spine on colored tape: first and last name, per # 4 labeled objects in a two page spread: cone, cylinder, box, sphere(light source, core shadow, cast shadow, transition areas, value scale) Shading shows full range and transition from dark to light. Tissue paper collage in a two page spread: Shiny (sealed with glue). FLAT overlapped tissue– not bunched up, Drawings glued in or “hinged” in (as an extra page if the art journal is small) so I can see the tissue paper. PANACHE—something creative and unique 1.
  • Art Journal Check for: Label on spine on colored tape: first and last name, per # 4 labeled objects in a two page spread: cone, cylinder, box, sphere(light source, core shadow, cast shadow, transition areas, value scale) Shading shows full range and transition from dark to light. Tissue paper collage in a two page spread: Shiny (sealed with glue). FLAT overlapped tissue– not bunched up, Drawings glued in or “hinged” in (as an extra page if the art journal is small) so I can see the tissue paper. PANACHE—something creative and unique 1. ELEMENTS OF ART and PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN HANDOUT:
  • ELEMENTS OF ART and PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN HANDOUT: 1. Two page spread for the 7 elements of art Use pencil and one or more of the following: crayon, color pencil, marker Use a rubbing of a texture with one or more of the above media You need to cut something out from a magazine or construction paper. Each element needs to be “DRAWN” so it communicates what it is. Each element needs to include the underlined definition from the handout. Plus PANACHE **Thursday, Ms. T. will be gone. A guest speaker from the Art Institute from Seattle will be presenting to all my classes. Mr. Stockton will be my sub.2. 2. Two page spread for the principles of design Same criteria as for the elements of art plus PANACHE
  • Panache Friday! CARTOONING!
  • ELEMENTS OF ART and PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN HANDOUT: 1. Two page spread for the 7 elements of art Use pencil and one or more of the following: crayon, color pencil, marker Use a rubbing of a texture with one or more of the above media You need to cut something out from a magazine or construction paper. Each element needs to be “DRAWN” so it communicates what it is. Each element needs to include the underlined definition from the handout. Plus PANACHE Monday: Review the principles of design and 4 kinds of balance, 5 kinds of rhythm Two page spread for the principles of design Same criteria as for the elements of art plus DIFFERENT PANACHE SKETCHBOOKS AND PENS!! Ms. T will be gone Tuesday (Ms. Bennett) and Wednesday. (Mr. Stockton)
  • ELEMENTS OF ART and PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN ART JOURNAL ASSIGNMENTS (MS. T WILL CHECK ON THURSDAY) 1. Two page spread for the 7 elements of art 2. Two page spread for the 8 principles of design Use pencil and one or more of the following: crayon, color pencil, marker Use a rubbing of a texture with one or more of the above media You need to cut something out from a magazine or construction paper. Each element and principle needs to be “DRAWN” so it communicates what it is. Each element and principle needs to include the underlined definition from the handout. Plus PANACHE Sketchbook use put on hold until later….
  • ELEMENTS OF ART and PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN ART JOURNAL ASSIGNMENTS (MS. T WILL CHECK ON THURSDAY) 1. Two page spread for the 7 elements of art 2. Two page spread for the 8 principles of design Use pencil and one or more of the following: crayon, color pencil, marker Use a rubbing of a texture with one or more of the above media You need to cut something out from a magazine or construction paper. Each element and principle needs to be “DRAWN” so it communicates what it is. Each element and principle needs to include the underlined definition from the handout. Plus PANACHE Sketchbook use put on hold until later….
  • ELEMENTS OF ART and PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN ART JOURNAL ASSIGNMENTS (MS. T WILL CHECK ON THURSDAY) 1. Two page spread for the 7 elements of art 2. Two page spread for the 8 principles of design Use pencil and one or more of the following: crayon, color pencil, marker Use a rubbing of a texture with one or more of the above media You need to cut something out from a magazine or construction paper. Each element and principle needs to be “DRAWN” so it communicates what it is. Each element and principle needs to include the underlined definition from the handout. ** RHYTHM** Plus PANACHE Where can you find these items? Scissors, glue, rulers, white paper, paper cutters, clean up spray bottles, crayons, markers, pencil sharpeners, tape dispenser, stapler. Where to turn stuff in, ..what else? (This will be an art journal assignment)
  • Friday = CRAZY CARTOONS
  • AS YOU COME IN TODAY, GET ONE WHITE PIECE OF PAPER, ONE GREEN PENCIL AND ONE BLUE PENCIL. TODAY: We will draw and shade a cone (Monochromatic)and cylinder (Analogous) (For people who are done with the elements and principles, get a paper weaving handout and have a go at it!!) ELEMENTS OF ART and PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN ART JOURNAL ASSIGNMENTS Check Monday 1. Two page spread for the 7 elements of art 2. Two page spread for the 8 principles of design Use pencil and one or more of the following: crayon, color pencil, marker Use a rubbing of a texture with one or more of the above media You need to cut something out from a magazine or construction paper. Each element and principle needs to be “DRAWN” so it communicates what it is. Each element and principle needs to include the underlined definition from the handout. ** RHYTHM** Plus PANACHE
  • 2. CHOOSE YOUR SEATS!  No more than 2 people per table or Ms. T will move you. 1. Get Sketchbook- Use  PRINT your these steps and the pencil in FIRST AND your sketchbook to draw and LAST name on shade (on your own) cartoon clip board on screen so it fills up your second page: 
  •       1. Stacked Drawers –Drawers have correct stuff 2. Stacked Drawers-Drawers have correct stuff 3. Stacked Drawers and Table-Drawers and Table have correct stuff 4. Back Table-Boxes and drawers have correct stuff 5. Scouts—Scout the room for misplaced supplies and put in proper place Oct 1 – Oct 4: Table 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 clean up Areas 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
  •         Zone 1: Scissors, pencil sharpeners: Zone 2: Rulers Zone 3: White Paper, Scraps, Crayons, Markers Zone 4: Magazines , Color Paper, White Paper, Color Pencils, Glue In front desk by Art 1 file cabinet: “Turn in Drawer” (where you turn stuff in or where I put random stuff I find) Under front desk: Class Handouts in “Art 1” file cabinet By art journal book shelf: Drying Racks Big file cabinet by door: Your envelopes (with sketchbooks/pencils) in your numbered file folder
  • Please get your sketchbooks and draw the cartoon to fill your page!  Also….GET TWO COLOR PENCILS: either RED AND GREEN or BLUE AND ORANGE or VIOLET AND YELLOW to draw and shade a COMPLEMENTARY sphere 
  •     Please get your sketch books and date and draw today’s cartoon— fill up your page! IMPORTANT: MONDAY IS THE LAST DAY TO GET FULL CREDIT ON 1ST, 2ND, AND 3RD ART JOURNAL ENTRIES Today: Combine your paper weaving and 4 shaded objects correctly labeled in 4th two page spread—with PANACHE! (NO DO-OVERS—GET IT RIGHT THE FIRST TIME!)
  •        4 objects correctly labeled: high light/s, core shadow, cast shadow, transition areas, light source, value scale Correct colors used and definitions written: Monochromatic: one color (tints, tones, shades) Analogous: 3 colors adjacent on the color wheel Triadic: 3 equally distant or spaced colors on the color wheel. Examples: RYB; GOV Complementary: Opposites on the color wheel Examples: BO; RG; VY PAPER WEAVING-SPREAD OVER TWO SIDES AND DONE WELL  PANACHE—Your creative touch!
  •    Draw a hat that fills your sketchbook page Power of Color Power Point Color Theory Activity
  •          Please get your sketch books and date and draw today’s cartoon—fill up your page! IMPORTANT: MONDAY IS THE LAST DAY TO GET FULL CREDIT ON 1ST, 2ND, AND 3RD ART JOURNAL ENTRIES Today: Where I AM FROM handout and slide show. This Week’s Clean Up: Zone 1=Table 6 Zone 2=Table 7 Zone 3=Table 8 Zone 4=Table 9 Scouts=Table 10
  •  Please get your sketch books and date and draw today’s cartoon— fill up your page! WORK DAY:  Finish paperweaving, 4 object art journal two page spread  Finish Where I Am From poem  Draw 16 drawings from poem (Fill up each section)     This Week’s Clean Up: Zone 1=Table 6 Zone 2=Table 7 Zone 3=Table 8 Zone 4=Table 9 Scouts=Table 10
  •  Please get your sketch books and date and draw today’s cartoon—fill up your page! WORK DAY:  Finish paperweaving, 4 object art journal two page spread  Finish Where I Am From poem  Draw 16 drawings from poem (Fill up each section)     This Week’s Clean Up: Zone 1=Table 6 Zone 2=Table 7 Zone 3=Table 8 Zone 4=Table 9 Scouts=Table 10
  • Please get your sketch books and date and draw today’s cartoon— fill up your page! Review Rubric and Work Day:  Finish paperweaving, 4 object art journal two page spread  Finish Where I Am From poem  Draw 16 drawings from poem (Fill up each section) Use 10–16 for Narrative Portrait.       This Week’s Clean Up: Zone 1=Table 6 Zone 2=Table 7 Zone 3=Table 8 Zone 4=Table 9 Scouts=Table 10
  • Please get your sketch books and draw today’s cartoon—fill up your page! Ms. T gone Tuesday and Wednesday Progress Reports Posted TODAY Work Day: hang people hung up Last 10 minutes—journal check This Week’s Clean Up:  Zone 1=Table 11 Zone 2=Table 12  Zone 3=Table 13 Zone 4=Table 14  Scouts=Table 15
  • Please get your sketch books and draw today’s cartoon—fill up your page! Ms. T gone today and Wednesday Progress Reports Posted Monday Work on your Narrative Portrait—USE VISUAL REFERENCES!! Due October 21, Monday This Week’s Clean Up:  Zone 1=Table 11 Zone 2=Table 12  Zone 3=Table 13 Zone 4=Table 14  Scouts=Table 15
  • Please get your sketch books and draw today’s cartoon—fill up your page! Ms. T gone Tuesday and Wednesday Work Day: Narrative Portrait— USE VISUAL REFERENCES!! Due Monday, October 21. This Week’s Clean Up: Zone 1=Table 11 Zone 2=Table 12 Zone 3=Table 13 Zone 4=Table 14 Scouts=Table 15
  • REVIEW NARRATIVE PORTRAIT RUBRIC CHECK ART JOURNALS SKETCHBOOKS     Parent Conferences next week: Have Art Journal up to date Have Sketchbooks up to date Have Narrative Portraits finished and displayed for parent conferences.
  • FILL A SKETCHBOOK PAGE—PIG VAMPIRE? CARTOON CHECK MONDAY (ADD PANACHE)     Tuesday/wednesday: Work Day Finish narrative portrait to put up at art conference next Saturday. TOMORROW: OPEN STUDIO 11 TO 1 (community service hours… Friday 3 to 5, Saturday Oct 26, 4:30 – 8:30.)
  • FILL A SKETCHBOOK PAGE—BIRD—ADD BACKGROUND Cartoon check Monday (add panache)  Finish narrative portrait to put up at art conference next Saturday. This Week’s Clean Up: Zone 1=Table16 Zone 2=Table 17 Zone 3=Table 18 Zone 4=Table 1 Scouts=Table 2 
  •      FILL a sketchbook page—DRAW BIG, DRAW DARK, SHADE AND ADD BACKGROUND! WORK DAY!! FINISH SKETCHBOOKS FINISH NARRATIVE PORTRAITS Names taken of non workers!
  •      FILL a sketchbook page—DRAW BIG, DRAW DARK, SHADE AND ADD BACKGROUND! WORK DAY!! FINISH SKETCHBOOKS TURN IN NARRATIVE PORTRAITS Names taken of non workers!
  •    FILL a sketchbook page with the cat— DRAW BIG, DRAW DARK, SHADE AND ADD BACKGROUND! AJ COVER DAY! WATCH THE POWERPOINT Names taken of non workers!
  •    TODAY—NO CARTOON. GET A WHITE PIECE OF PAPER AND DRAW A PERSON’S HEAD, NECK, SHOULDERS WITH A FACE AND HAIR AS BEST YOU CAN. TOUCHING BASE, HEADS UP FOR WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY…MR. STOCKTON WILL BE HERE. Names taken of non workers!
  •      FILL a sketchbook page with the baby— DRAW BIG, DRAW DARK, SHADE AND ADD BACKGROUND! Work Day! First: Art Journal front and back cover Second: Lots of cartoons in a two page spread. Names taken of non workers!
  •      FILL a sketchbook page with the baby— DRAW BIG, DRAW DARK, SHADE AND ADD BACKGROUND! Today: Work Day! First: Art Journal front and back cover Second: Lots of cartoons in a two page spread. Names taken of non workers!
  •   FILL a sketchbook page with the faces—DRAW BIG, DRAW DARK, SHADE AND ADD BACKGROUND! Today: Face to face with Chuck Close
  •   FILL a sketchbook page with the turkey—DRAW BIG, DRAW DARK, SHADE AND ADD BACKGROUND! Today: Finish traced face, 2 page spread info
  • FILL a sketchbook page with MANY sheep—DRAW BIG, DRAW DARK, SHADE AND ADD BACKGROUND! Today: WORK DAY—LAST IN CLASS DAY FOR COVERS— FINISH AT HOME IF NECESSARY.**Ms. T looked for art journals around the room and put art journals on shelves or in box by drying rack TWO PAGE SPREAD WITH CARTOON FACES! (Handout in handout drawer) NO PAINTING-NO DRAWING PENCILS--due to ruined art supplies
  •         Today: Finish traced face, 2 page spread info 1. Traced and shaded face 2. Number line with pencil numbers: 2H HB 2B 6B 3. Two value scales (stair step and transitional) 4. 25 words in sentence form about Chuck Close 5. Cut out faces from magazines (2 to 4 with a minimum of 2 inches per face) Photos: Minimum of 4” tall, person face. Email to my email address (on white board) or bring in. Photos taken on Wednesday.
  •      SCISSORS AND PENCIL SHARPENERS IN DRAWERS IN ZONE 1 RULERS IN DRAWER IN ZONE 2 VARIOUS PAPER, MARKERS, CRAYONS IN ZONE 3 COLOR PENCILS, GLUE IN ZONE 4 WET ART JOURNALS GO ON THE DRYING RACK, NOT ON OTHER STUDENTS SHELVES OR BY THE WINDOWS YOU CAN USE STUFF FROM THE MIXED MEDIA TABLE BY ZONE 4 BUT DO NOT TOUCH ANYTHING OUTSIDE OF THESE ZONES OR ANYTHING THAT IS NOT YOURS
  • FILL a sketchbook page with MANY different sized roses on their sides—DRAW BIG, DRAW DARK, SHADE AND ADD BACKGROUND! Today: Narrative Portraits returned, rubrics reviewed. Resubmission allowed within one week. Last day for this project turn in is Wednesday, November 13. Finish value scales Two page spread in AJ Questions?
  • FILL a sketchbook page with a family of elephants. DRAW BIG, DRAW DARK, SHADE AND ADD BACKGROUND! Today: two page spread in AJ— Example on front table 1. Traced and shaded face 2. Number line with pencil numbers: 2H HB 2B 6B 3. Two value scales (stair step and transitional) 4. 25 words in sentence form about Chuck Close 5. 2 to 4 cut out faces from magazines (with a minimum of 2 inches per face) 6. PANACHE!!
  • FILL a sketchbook page with a couple of penguins holding “hands”. DRAW BIG, DRAW DARK, SHADE AND ADD BACKGROUND! Friday: 1. Granny Handout 2. Grid Granny 3. Map out areas: 1” by 1” squares 2” by 2” squares Tape Transfer demo
  • FILL a sketchbook page with a MONSTER! DRAW BIG, DRAW DARK, SHADE AND ADD BACKGROUND! Today: two page spread in AJ— Example on front table 1. Traced and shaded face 2. Number line with pencil numbers: 2H HB 2B 6B 3. Two value scales (stair step and transitional) 4. 25 words in sentence form about Chuck Close 5. 2 to 4 cut out faces from magazines (with a minimum of 2 inches per face) 6. PANACHE!! This image cannot currently be displayed.
  • FILL a sketchbook page with a PANDA! DRAW BIG, DRAW DARK, SHADE AND ADD BACKGROUND! *LAST CHANCE TO TURN IN NARRATIVE PORTRAIT THURSDAY (POSTPONED FROM TODAY) *Map 1 ½” by 1 ½” square grid and start drawing Granny *Draw where lights and darks are *Use crosshairs to plot reference points *Try working upside down to fool left side of brain. *LAST 15 MINUTES—COVERS!
  • FILL a sketchbook page with a couple of BUNNIES! DRAW BIG, DRAW DARK, SHADE AND ADD BACKGROUND! Sketchbook check Friday. Bring photos asap! *LAST CHANCE TO TURN IN NARRATIVE PORTRAIT TODAY!! Photo Shoot Today! Draw BIG GRANNY *Map 2” by 2” grid area *Draw where lights and darks are *Use crosshairs to plot reference points *Try working upside down to fool left side of brain. *GRADE CHECK: 1. cartoon faces 2. traced and shaded faces (with 25 + words in sentence form about Chuck Close, two value scales, number line, two + cutout faces, PANACHE)
  • FILL a sketchbook page with a couple of KITTIES! DRAW BIG, DRAW DARK, SHADE AND ADD BACKGROUND!  Finish covers:  Re-check next week  Label  Front and back decorated  1. Seal with acrylic polymer   Use high tech spreader Put on drying rack  2. packing tape  TURN IN SKETCHBOOKS FOR CARTOON CHECK  GRADE CHECK This image cannot currently be displayed.
  • FILL a sketchbook page with a happy CAR!! DRAW BIG, DRAW DARK, SHADE AND ADD BACKGROUND! Monday: Tape Transfer demo AJ 6: Traced and shaded faces with Tape transfer for two page spread: (3 sized Grannies—1 ½ by 1 ½” squares, 1” by 1” squares, 2” by 2” squares—totaling 20, labeled by size and number, mosaic cut handout, tape transfer, PANACHE!
  • SKETCHBOOK CARTOONS 15 (Bird – Kitty) ART JOURNAL INFO: FINISHED COVER-Sealed with GRANNIES color coded label on spine (1st/Last name, Per#) 1. 3 sized Grannies— 1 ½ by 1 ½” squares, 1” FACES: by 1” squares, 2” by 2” 1.Traced and shaded face 2. Number line with pencil squares—totaling 20, numbers: labeled by size and 2H HB 2B 6B number 3. Two value scales (stair step and transitional) 2. mosaic cut handout 4. 25 words in sentence form 3. tape transfer about Chuck Close 5. 2 to 4 cut out faces from 4. PANACHE! magazines (with a minimum of 2 inches per face) 6. PANACHE!!
  • FILL a sketchbook page with a few CATS!! AJ 6: DRAW BIG, DRAW DARK, SHADE AND ADD BACKGROUND! 1.Traced and shaded face 2. Number line with pencil numbers: 2H HB 2B 6B 3. Two value scales (stair step and transitional) 4. 25 words in sentence form about Chuck Close 5. 2 to 4 cut out faces from magazines 6. PANACHE!! AJ 7 GRANNIES 1. 3 sized Grannies— 1 ½ by 1 ½” squares, 1” by 1” squares, 2” by 2” squares—totaling 20, labeled by size and number 2. mosaic cut handout 3. tape transfer 4. PANACHE!
  • FILL a sketchbook page with a HERMIT CRAB! Date the work, DRAW BIG, DRAW DARK, SHADE AND ADD BACKGROUND! FRIDAY IS LAST DAY FOR AJ 6, 7 AND SKETCHBOOK CHECK AJ 6 FACES 1.Traced and shaded face 2. Number line with pencil numbers: 2H HB 2B 6B 3. Two value scales (stair step and transitional) 4. 25 words in sentence form about Chuck Close 5. 2 to 4 cut out faces from magazines 6. PANACHE!! AJ 7 GRANNIES 1. 3 sized Grannies— 1 ½ by 1 ½” squares, 1” by 1” squares, 2” by 2” squares—totaling 20, labeled by size and number 2. mosaic cut handout 3. tape transfer 4. PANACHE!
  • FILL a sketchbook page with a TURKEY with today’s date. DRAW BIG, DRAW DARK, SHADE AND ADD BACKGROUND! FRIDAY IS LAST DAY FOR AJ 6, 7 AND SKETCHBOOK CHECK AJ 6 FACES 1.Traced and shaded face 2. Number line with pencil numbers: 2H HB 2B 6B 3. Two value scales (stair step and transitional) 4. 25 words in sentence form about Chuck Close 5. 2 to 4 cut out faces from magazines 6. PANACHE!! AJ 7 GRANNIES 1. 3 sized Grannies— 1 ½ by 1 ½” squares, 1” by 1” squares, 2” by 2” squares—totaling 20, labeled by size and number 2. mosaic cut handout 3. tape transfer 4. PANACHE!
  • FILL a sketchbook page with a cardinal with today’s date. DRAW BIG, DRAW DARK, SHADE AND ADD BACKGROUND! FRIDAY IS LAST DAY FOR AJ 6, 7 AND SKETCHBOOK CHECK AJ 6 FACES 1.Traced and shaded face 2. Number line with pencil numbers: 2H HB 2B 6B 3. Two value scales (stair step and transitional) 4. 25 words in sentence form about Chuck Close 5. 2 to 4 cut out faces from magazines 6. PANACHE!! AJ 7 GRANNIES 1. 3 sized Grannies— 1 ½ by 1 ½” squares, 1” by 1” squares, 2” by 2” squares—totaling 20, labeled by size and number 2. mosaic cut handout 3. tape transfer 4. PANACHE!
  • FILL a sketchbook page with a GOATwith today’s date. DRAW BIG, DRAW DARK, SHADE AND ADD YOUR FINAL DRAWING PROJECT IS BACKGROUND! DUE THE FIRST WEEK OF DECEMBER!! (on heavy paper) DUE 11/22 AJ 6 FACES 1.Traced and shaded face 2. Number line with pencil numbers: 2H HB 2B 6B 3. Two value scales (stair step and transitional) 4. 25 words in sentence form about Chuck Close 5. 2 to 4 cut out faces from magazines 6. PANACHE!! AJ 7 GRANNIES 1. 3 sized Grannies— 1 ½ by 1 ½” squares, 1” by 1” squares, 2” by 2” squares— totaling 20, labeled by size and number 2. mosaic cut handout 3. tape transfer 4. PANACHE!
  • FILL a sketchbook page with a DOGGIE (add eyes) with today’s date. DRAW BIG, DRAW DARK, SHADE AND YOUR FINAL DRAWING PROJECT IS DUE ADD BACKGROUND! THE FIRST WEEK OF DECEMBER!! DUE 11/22 AJ 6 FACES 1.Traced and shaded face 2. Number line with pencil numbers: 2H HB 2B 6B 3. Two value scales (stair step and transitional) 4. 25 words in sentence form about Chuck Close 5. 2 to 4 cut out faces from magazines 6. PANACHE!! AJ 7 GRANNIES 1. 3 sized Grannies— 1 ½ by 1 ½” squares, 1” by 1” squares, 2” by 2” squares—totaling 20, labeled by size and number 2. mosaic cut handout 3. tape transfer 4. PANACHE!
  • YOUR FINAL DRAWING PROJECT IS DUE THE FIRST WEEK OF DECEMBER!! DUE 11/22 AJ 6 FACES 1.Traced and shaded face 2. Number line with pencil numbers: 2H HB 2B 6B 3. Two value scales (stair step and transitional) 4. 25 words in sentence form about Chuck Close 5. 2 to 4 cut out faces from magazines 6. PANACHE!! AJ 7 GRANNIES 1. 3 sized Grannies— 1 ½ by 1 ½” squares, 1” by 1” squares, 2” by 2” squares—totaling 20, labeled by size and number 2. mosaic cut handout 3. tape transfer 4. PANACHE!
  • Draw the SNOW PERSON with a background, and date the drawing. YOUR FINAL DRAWING PROJECT IS DUE THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5. **HEAVY PAPER**FULL VALUE RANGE** **NO GRID LINES AND NO DRAWING LINES-- ONLY EDGES** **THESE DRAWINGS DO NOT GO INTO YOUR JOURNAL THEY WILL BE GLUED ONTO YOUR NEXT PROJECT. Last day is December 6, to turn in Narrative Portrait for any points.
  • Draw the PIE with a background, and date the drawing. YOUR FINAL DRAWING PROJECT IS DUE THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5!! **HEAVY PAPER**FULL VALUE RANGE** **NO GRID LINES AND NO DRAWING LINES-- ONLY EDGES** **THESE DRAWINGS DO NOT GO INTO YOUR JOURNAL THEY WILL BE GLUED ONTO YOUR NEXT PROJECT.
  • AJ 6 FACES 1.Traced and shaded face 2. Number line with pencil numbers: 2H HB 2B 6B 3. Two value scales (stair step and transitional) 4. 25 words in sentence form about Chuck Close 5. 2 to 4 cut out faces from magazines 6. PANACHE!! AJ 7 GRANNIES 1. 3 sized Grannies—1 ½ by 1 ½” squares, 1” by 1” squares, 2” by 2” squares—totaling 20, labeled by size and number 2. mosaic cut handout 3. tape transfer 4. PANACHE!
  • Draw the CUPCAKE with a background, and date the drawing. YOUR FINAL DRAWING PROJECT IS DUE THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5!! **HEAVY PAPER**FULL VALUE RANGE** **NO GRID LINES AND NO DRAWING LINES-- ONLY EDGES** **THESE DRAWINGS DO NOT GO INTO YOUR JOURNAL THEY WILL BE GLUED ONTO YOUR NEXT PROJECT.
  • Draw the HORSEY with a background, and date the drawing. YOUR FINAL DRAWING PROJECT IS DUE THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5!! **HEAVY PAPER**FULL VALUE RANGE** **NO GRID LINES AND NO DRAWING LINES-- ONLY EDGES** **THESE DRAWINGS DO NOT GO INTO YOUR JOURNAL THEY WILL BE GLUED ONTO YOUR NEXT PROJECT.
  • Draw the SANTA with a background, and date the drawing. START NEW PROJECT TODAY! FACEBOOK: GLACIER PEAK HIGH SCHOOL ART HAS A POWERPOINT AND A PREZI. IF YOU DON’T HAVE A FB ACCOUNT, GO TO SLIDE SHARE (CTANASSE46) FOR THE INFO OF OIL PASTEL TECHNIQUES AND PREZI FOR INFO ABOUT KANDINSKY.