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