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  • 1. How to start off * painting * using COLOR An art element of light
  • 2. Art – Ms. Fox
    • CA VAPA
    • State Standards:
    • 1.2 Describe the principles of design as used in works of art, focusing on dominance and subordination
    • 4.1 Articulate how personal beliefs, cultural traditions, and current social, political contexts influence the interpretation of the meaning or message in a work of art.
    • Opening Activity:
    • Write in your spiral notebook information on the board.
    • List 3 symbols and the color scheme that your team will use in your Coat of Arms.
    • Discuss which elements will be dominate and which will be subordinate.
  • 3. This week Tonight’s
    • PERCS
    • P roblem Solvers
    • E nergetic Individuals
    • R esponsible Members of Society
    • C urious Individuals
    • S uccessful Communicators
    • Homework:
    • 1. Identify samples of symbols and colors at home, school and in your world.
    • 2. Write about the colors/symbols that you have found.
    • 3. Make a simple sketch.
  • 4. What are we doing today
    • Class Objectives:
    • Opening Activity
    • Tutorial on painting and brush care
    • Complete painting exercise
    • Review Homework Assignment
    • Vocabulary:
    • 1. Color scheme
    • 2. Parts of the brush
    • 3. Palette
    • 4. Primary colors
  • 5. Today
    • Class Objectives:
    • Opening Activity
    • Tutorial on painting and brush care
    • Complete painting exercise
    • Review Homework Assignment
    • Vocabulary:
    • 1. Color scheme
    • 2. Cool colors
    • 3. Warm colors
    • 4. Primary colors
  • 6. Brush care and painting
    • TIPS
    • Always use separate brushes for oil painting and water-based medium. After all, oil repels water. Also use separate brushes for varnish, gesso, and masking fluid.
    • Don't let paint dry on a brush. But also never leave a brush standing in water.
    • Never use a lot of pressure to force paint out of a brush. Be patient and rinse it several times.
    • Misshapen synthetic brushes can sometimes be reshaped by soaking them in hot water (not boiling).
    • What You Need:
    • Luke-warm water
    • Mild soap
    • Patience
  • 7. Parts of a brush
  • 8. Brush
    • This is what the bristles of a round brush look like
  • 9. Flat brush
    • Be careful how much paint you are putting on your brush.
    • Not enough will give you a wash and make it difficult to cover surface
    • Too much is hard to control and you can make a mess
  • 10. Tempera
    • Tempera , also known as egg tempera , is a permanent fast drying painting medium consisting of colored pigment mixed with a water-soluble binder medium (usually a glutinous material such as egg yolk or some other size ). Tempera also refers to the paintings done in this medium. Tempera paintings are very long lasting, and examples from the first centuries AD still exist. Egg tempera was a primary method of painting until after 1500 when it was superseded by the invention of oil painting . A version of tempera consisting of pigment and glue size is commonly used and referred to by some manufacturers in America as poster paint .
  • 11. Palette
    • a rigid, flat surface on which a painter arranges and mixes paints . A palette is usually made of wood , plastic , ceramic or other hard, inert , nonporous material, and can vary greatly in size and shape
  • 12. Only take as much paint as you will need for the next 1/2 hour or so; for you will paint another day!
    • “ Waste not, want not.”
    • - Ben Franklin (1706-1790)
  • 13. Now let’s get painting
    • Send your messenger to get palettes, water and towels.
  • 14. Every one will complete a painted color wheel While painting your color wheel you will decide what color scheme you team would like to use for your Coat of arms (look at your color wheel hand out for Color schemes)
  • 15. Draw out your design
    • Each member of your team should have a section of the shield that represents them
    • and incorporate their symbol and color.
    • Once drawn you can begin painting – everyone should participate.
  • 16. Coat of Arms Team Shield
  • 17. Include the following on the back of your team shield
    • NAME OF TEAM
    • PERIOD
    • DATE
    • NAMES OF ALL YOUR MEMBERS
    • ASSIGNMENT:
    • COAT OF ARMS TEAM SHIELD
  • 18. Make sure your shield meets all the criteria
    • Nice outside design
    • Make sure all members of the team are represented symbolically
    • Your team selects a color scheme
    • Well drawn
    • Includes the name of your team ( nice lettering)
    • Make sure that the criteria is written on the back of the shield