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Elements & Principles Of Art
Elements & Principles Of Art
Elements & Principles Of Art
Elements & Principles Of Art
Elements & Principles Of Art
Elements & Principles Of Art
Elements & Principles Of Art
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Elements & Principles Of Art

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A lesson on portraits and how to create them.

A lesson on portraits and how to create them.

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  • 1. Portraits<br />Presented by: Jenna Staten<br />
  • 2. What is a Portrait?<br />A two or three dimensional piece of art work whose subject is a person.<br />When drawing a portrait we pay close attention to the individual’s facial expression.<br />A portrait is posed carefully to describe the personality of the subject.<br />
  • 3. What do these Portraits say?<br />http://www.queeky.com/share/drawings/portrait/31121/girl2.jpg<br />http://www.robjohnsart.com/large-view/Gallery%202/204327-6-0-16930/Drawing/Portrait.html<br />
  • 4. Creating Emotion<br />The emotion created in the subject is found in the facial features;whichinclude the eyes, nose, mouth, and ears.<br />Eyes looking downward<br />Mouth curving slightly downward<br />
  • 5. Facial Proportion<br />We can use diagrams to guide us in creating the correct proportions of the face.<br />The eyes are halfway between the top of the head and chin.<br />The corners of the mouth end just at the pupils of the eyes<br />http://media.herald-dispatch.com/blog/drawing/uploaded_images/Face-Diagram-763522.jpg<br />
  • 6. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VtjiTrIhBxI<br />
  • 7. Assignment: Classmate Portrait<br />Using pencil or watercolors create your classmates portrait. <br />Choose a pose that will tell us something about your classmates personality.<br />Lightly sketch the guidelines as shown in the diagram picture to help you with proportions. <br />Remember to focus on your classmates expression, and facial features to make them look as much like them as possible.<br />
  • 8. Elements & Principles of Design<br />Elements: Line, Shape, Color, Form, Space, Value, and Texture.<br />Principles: Balance, Pattern, Proportion, Variety, Emphasis, Rhythm, Movement, and Unity<br />
  • 9. Vocabulary<br />Portrait<br />Expression<br />Facial Features<br />Elements and Principles of Design<br />
  • 10. Lesson Source<br />Art Everywhere by Jacqueline Chanda & Kristen Pederson Marstaller. Lesson 17, Portraits Pages 122-125<br />Helpful tips image: http://www.arnoldsmoving.com/_/rsrc/1231703208390/helpful-moving-tips/helpful_tips_banner.jpg<br />

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