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    Texture-Element of Design-Art Lesson Texture-Element of Design-Art Lesson Presentation Transcript

    • At the end of this lesson you will… •Be able to identify virtual and actual texture •You will be able to find texture in your surrounding •You will create a crayon rubbing to demonstrate the element of art called Texture.
    • Elements of Design  LINE  COLOR  VALUE  SHAPE  FORM  SPACE  TEXTURE
    • TEXTURE
    • What is Texture?  texture - An element of art, texture is the surface quality or "feel" of an object, its smoothness, roughness, softness, etc. Textures may be actual or simulated.  Actual textures can be felt with the fingers, while Simulated/Virtual or Visual textures are suggested by an artist in the painting of different areas of a picture — often in representing drapery, metals, rocks, hair, etc.  Words describing textures include: flat, smooth, shiny, glossy, glittery, velvety, feathery, soft, wet, gooey, furry, sandy, leathery, crackled, prickly, abrasive, rough, furry, bumpy, corrugated, puffy , rusty , and slimy.
    • Where can we find Texture?   Texture is all around us, in our living rooms, the carpet we walk on, on the clothes we wear, texture on tree trunks, texture is everywhere. Everything you touch has a texture, it could be the smoothness or roughness of wood, the roughness of carpet in your living room, or it could be the smoothness or roughness of the shoes you wear.
    • •In a picture you can't actually feel texture because it has only a two dimensional surface, but you can portray texture through the way you depict it on the paper or canvas.
    • This kind of texture is called  Simulated Texture: to assume or have the appearance or characteristics of  Virtual Texture: just a picture, not real  Visual Texture: a picture, painting, drawing, and or artwork
    • Softness, smoothness roughness
    • Crayon Rubbing  Objective: To develop and promote an awareness of how textural qualities can be transferred by the process of crayon rubbing.
    •  Let’s get some Texture!