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DRAWING WITH
SHAPE and VALUE
VOCABULARY
VOCABULARY
Line
VOCABULARY
Line a point extended in both directions
VOCABULARY
Line
Shape
a point extended in both directions
VOCABULARY
Line
Shape
a point extended in both directions
lines combined to create an enclosed space
VOCABULARY
Line
Shape
Value
a point extended in both directions
lines combined to create an enclosed space
VOCABULARY
Line
Shape
Value
a point extended in both directions
lines combined to create an enclosed space
the lightness o...
VOCABULARY
Line
Shape
Value
Form
a point extended in both directions
lines combined to create an enclosed space
the lightn...
VOCABULARY
Line
Shape
Value
Form
a point extended in both directions
lines combined to create an enclosed space
the lightn...
Line
Line
Line
Line Shapeto
Line Shapeto
Shape starting to become 3-D
Shape starting to become 3-D
Shape starting to become 3-D
Shape starting to become 3-D
Shape starting to become 3-D
(then erasing lines we don’t need)
Shape starting to become 3-D
(then erasing lines we don’t need)
Shape
Shape Value
Shape Value
Shape Value
Shape Value
Shape Value
Shape Value
Shape Value
Shape Value
Shape
Shape +
Shape Value+
Shape Value+ =
Shape Value+ =
Shape Value+ =
Shape Value+ =
Shape Value+ =
Shape Value+ =
Form
Shape Value+ =
Form
combining shape & value to
create the illusion of being
3-D on a flat surface
LIGHT SOURCES
LIGHT SOURCES
LIGHT SOURCES
LIGHT SOURCES
LIGHT SOURCES
step one:
identifying a range of values within a photograph
DRAWING WITH SHAPES AND VALUES
step 1 Fill in the VALUE SCALE below using a pencil. Leave the FIRST box blank, then fill in...
step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares
above in a different color.
step 3 Identi...
step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares
above in a different color.
step 3 Identi...
step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares
above in a different color.
step 3 Identi...
step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares
above in a different color.
step 3 Identi...
step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares
above in a different color.
step 3 Identi...
step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares
above in a different color.
step 3 Identi...
step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares
above in a different color.
step 3 Identi...
step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares
above in a different color.
step 3 Identi...
step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares
above in a different color.
step 3 Identi...
step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares
above in a different color.
step 3 Identi...
step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares
above in a different color.
step 3 Identi...
step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares
above in a different color.
step 3 Identi...
step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares
above in a different color.
step 3 Identi...
step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares
above in a different color.
step 3 Identi...
step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares
above in a different color.
step 3 Identi...
step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares
above in a different color.
step 3 Identi...
step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares
above in a different color.
step 3 Identi...
step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares
above in a different color.
step 3 Identi...
step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares
above in a different color.
step 3 Identi...
step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares
above in a different color.
step 3 Identi...
step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares
above in a different color.
step 3 Identi...
step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares
above in a different color.
step 3 Identi...
step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares
above in a different color.
step 3 Identi...
step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares
above in a different color.
step 3 Identi...
step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares
above in a different color.
step 3 Identi...
step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares
above in a different color.
step 3 Identi...
step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares
above in a different color.
step 3 Identi...
step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares
above in a different color.
step 3 Identi...
step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares
above in a different color.
step 3 Identi...
step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares
above in a different color.
step 3 Identi...
step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares
above in a different color.
step 3 Identi...
step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares
above in a different color.
step 3 Identi...
step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares
above in a different color.
step 3 Identi...
step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares
above in a different color.
step 3 Identi...
step one:
identifying a range of values within a photograph
step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares
above in a different color.
step 3 Identi...
step two:
• drawing a “value map” of a white object:
• use your worksheet to number your values
• create a “value by numbe...
step three:
drawing WITHOUT LINES
drawings that rely
on outlines
getting better, but still relying on outlines
wow! see how much more like real life it looks?
challenge: SHADE but DON’T SMUDGE
challenge: SHADE but DON’T SMUDGE
challenge: SHADE but DON’T SMUDGE
challenge: SHADE but DON’T SMUDGE
challenge: SHADE but DON’T SMUDGE
challenge: SHADE but DON’T SMUDGE
challenge: SHADE but DON’T SMUDGE
challenge: SHADE but DON’T SMUDGE
step three:
drawing WITHOUT LINES
try it on BLACK paper, with WHITE charcoal!
go slowly - you’re drawing “backwards!”
our final project
starting to talk about
for this unit
our final projectfor this unit
• use 1-3 objects
• can share a set-up
with others
• decide on a
composition (can use
viewfi...
our final project
our final project
make sure...
our final project
make sure...
• you have a STRONG COMPOSITION (using
SIZE,VIEW, PLACEMENT - not too much
negative space)
our final project
make sure...
• you have a STRONG COMPOSITION (using
SIZE,VIEW, PLACEMENT - not too much
negative space)
...
our final project
make sure...
• you have a STRONG COMPOSITION (using
SIZE,VIEW, PLACEMENT - not too much
negative space)
...
our final project
make sure...
• you have a STRONG COMPOSITION (using
SIZE,VIEW, PLACEMENT - not too much
negative space)
...
our final project
make sure...
• you have a STRONG COMPOSITION (using
SIZE,VIEW, PLACEMENT - not too much
negative space)
...
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  1. 1. DRAWING WITH SHAPE and VALUE
  2. 2. VOCABULARY
  3. 3. VOCABULARY Line
  4. 4. VOCABULARY Line a point extended in both directions
  5. 5. VOCABULARY Line Shape a point extended in both directions
  6. 6. VOCABULARY Line Shape a point extended in both directions lines combined to create an enclosed space
  7. 7. VOCABULARY Line Shape Value a point extended in both directions lines combined to create an enclosed space
  8. 8. VOCABULARY Line Shape Value a point extended in both directions lines combined to create an enclosed space the lightness or darkness of something
  9. 9. VOCABULARY Line Shape Value Form a point extended in both directions lines combined to create an enclosed space the lightness or darkness of something
  10. 10. VOCABULARY Line Shape Value Form a point extended in both directions lines combined to create an enclosed space the lightness or darkness of something combining shape and value to create the illusion of three dimensions on a flat surface
  11. 11. Line
  12. 12. Line
  13. 13. Line
  14. 14. Line Shapeto
  15. 15. Line Shapeto
  16. 16. Shape starting to become 3-D
  17. 17. Shape starting to become 3-D
  18. 18. Shape starting to become 3-D
  19. 19. Shape starting to become 3-D
  20. 20. Shape starting to become 3-D (then erasing lines we don’t need)
  21. 21. Shape starting to become 3-D (then erasing lines we don’t need)
  22. 22. Shape
  23. 23. Shape Value
  24. 24. Shape Value
  25. 25. Shape Value
  26. 26. Shape Value
  27. 27. Shape Value
  28. 28. Shape Value
  29. 29. Shape Value
  30. 30. Shape Value
  31. 31. Shape
  32. 32. Shape +
  33. 33. Shape Value+
  34. 34. Shape Value+ =
  35. 35. Shape Value+ =
  36. 36. Shape Value+ =
  37. 37. Shape Value+ =
  38. 38. Shape Value+ =
  39. 39. Shape Value+ = Form
  40. 40. Shape Value+ = Form combining shape & value to create the illusion of being 3-D on a flat surface
  41. 41. LIGHT SOURCES
  42. 42. LIGHT SOURCES
  43. 43. LIGHT SOURCES
  44. 44. LIGHT SOURCES
  45. 45. LIGHT SOURCES
  46. 46. step one: identifying a range of values within a photograph
  47. 47. DRAWING WITH SHAPES AND VALUES step 1 Fill in the VALUE SCALE below using a pencil. Leave the FIRST box blank, then fill in the LAST box completely, making it as dark as you can. (Try pushing down harder on your pencil to get darker values). Then, gradually fill in the boxes to make a smooth scale, from very light, to very dark, so there is a gradation from the first white box to the last very dark box. step 2 Choose seven different colored markers (or colored pencils), then outline each of your squares above in a different color. step 3 Identify areas in the drawing below which match the value of the darkest box in your value scale, then outline those areas with the corresponding marker color. Once you have identified all the areas with that value, repeat the process for each value in your value scale!
  48. 48. step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares above in a different color. step 3 Identify areas in the drawing below which match the value of the darkest box in your value scale, then outline those areas with the corresponding marker color. Once you have identified all the areas with that value, repeat the process for each value in your value scale!
  49. 49. step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares above in a different color. step 3 Identify areas in the drawing below which match the value of the darkest box in your value scale, then outline those areas with the corresponding marker color. Once you have identified all the areas with that value, repeat the process for each value in your value scale!
  50. 50. step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares above in a different color. step 3 Identify areas in the drawing below which match the value of the darkest box in your value scale, then outline those areas with the corresponding marker color. Once you have identified all the areas with that value, repeat the process for each value in your value scale!
  51. 51. step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares above in a different color. step 3 Identify areas in the drawing below which match the value of the darkest box in your value scale, then outline those areas with the corresponding marker color. Once you have identified all the areas with that value, repeat the process for each value in your value scale!
  52. 52. step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares above in a different color. step 3 Identify areas in the drawing below which match the value of the darkest box in your value scale, then outline those areas with the corresponding marker color. Once you have identified all the areas with that value, repeat the process for each value in your value scale!
  53. 53. step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares above in a different color. step 3 Identify areas in the drawing below which match the value of the darkest box in your value scale, then outline those areas with the corresponding marker color. Once you have identified all the areas with that value, repeat the process for each value in your value scale!
  54. 54. step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares above in a different color. step 3 Identify areas in the drawing below which match the value of the darkest box in your value scale, then outline those areas with the corresponding marker color. Once you have identified all the areas with that value, repeat the process for each value in your value scale!
  55. 55. step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares above in a different color. step 3 Identify areas in the drawing below which match the value of the darkest box in your value scale, then outline those areas with the corresponding marker color. Once you have identified all the areas with that value, repeat the process for each value in your value scale!
  56. 56. step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares above in a different color. step 3 Identify areas in the drawing below which match the value of the darkest box in your value scale, then outline those areas with the corresponding marker color. Once you have identified all the areas with that value, repeat the process for each value in your value scale!
  57. 57. step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares above in a different color. step 3 Identify areas in the drawing below which match the value of the darkest box in your value scale, then outline those areas with the corresponding marker color. Once you have identified all the areas with that value, repeat the process for each value in your value scale!
  58. 58. step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares above in a different color. step 3 Identify areas in the drawing below which match the value of the darkest box in your value scale, then outline those areas with the corresponding marker color. Once you have identified all the areas with that value, repeat the process for each value in your value scale!
  59. 59. step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares above in a different color. step 3 Identify areas in the drawing below which match the value of the darkest box in your value scale, then outline those areas with the corresponding marker color. Once you have identified all the areas with that value, repeat the process for each value in your value scale!
  60. 60. step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares above in a different color. step 3 Identify areas in the drawing below which match the value of the darkest box in your value scale, then outline those areas with the corresponding marker color. Once you have identified all the areas with that value, repeat the process for each value in your value scale!
  61. 61. step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares above in a different color. step 3 Identify areas in the drawing below which match the value of the darkest box in your value scale, then outline those areas with the corresponding marker color. Once you have identified all the areas with that value, repeat the process for each value in your value scale!
  62. 62. step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares above in a different color. step 3 Identify areas in the drawing below which match the value of the darkest box in your value scale, then outline those areas with the corresponding marker color. Once you have identified all the areas with that value, repeat the process for each value in your value scale!
  63. 63. step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares above in a different color. step 3 Identify areas in the drawing below which match the value of the darkest box in your value scale, then outline those areas with the corresponding marker color. Once you have identified all the areas with that value, repeat the process for each value in your value scale!
  64. 64. step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares above in a different color. step 3 Identify areas in the drawing below which match the value of the darkest box in your value scale, then outline those areas with the corresponding marker color. Once you have identified all the areas with that value, repeat the process for each value in your value scale!
  65. 65. step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares above in a different color. step 3 Identify areas in the drawing below which match the value of the darkest box in your value scale, then outline those areas with the corresponding marker color. Once you have identified all the areas with that value, repeat the process for each value in your value scale!
  66. 66. step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares above in a different color. step 3 Identify areas in the drawing below which match the value of the darkest box in your value scale, then outline those areas with the corresponding marker color. Once you have identified all the areas with that value, repeat the process for each value in your value scale!
  67. 67. step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares above in a different color. step 3 Identify areas in the drawing below which match the value of the darkest box in your value scale, then outline those areas with the corresponding marker color. Once you have identified all the areas with that value, repeat the process for each value in your value scale!
  68. 68. step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares above in a different color. step 3 Identify areas in the drawing below which match the value of the darkest box in your value scale, then outline those areas with the corresponding marker color. Once you have identified all the areas with that value, repeat the process for each value in your value scale!
  69. 69. step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares above in a different color. step 3 Identify areas in the drawing below which match the value of the darkest box in your value scale, then outline those areas with the corresponding marker color. Once you have identified all the areas with that value, repeat the process for each value in your value scale!
  70. 70. step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares above in a different color. step 3 Identify areas in the drawing below which match the value of the darkest box in your value scale, then outline those areas with the corresponding marker color. Once you have identified all the areas with that value, repeat the process for each value in your value scale!
  71. 71. step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares above in a different color. step 3 Identify areas in the drawing below which match the value of the darkest box in your value scale, then outline those areas with the corresponding marker color. Once you have identified all the areas with that value, repeat the process for each value in your value scale!
  72. 72. step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares above in a different color. step 3 Identify areas in the drawing below which match the value of the darkest box in your value scale, then outline those areas with the corresponding marker color. Once you have identified all the areas with that value, repeat the process for each value in your value scale!
  73. 73. step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares above in a different color. step 3 Identify areas in the drawing below which match the value of the darkest box in your value scale, then outline those areas with the corresponding marker color. Once you have identified all the areas with that value, repeat the process for each value in your value scale!
  74. 74. step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares above in a different color. step 3 Identify areas in the drawing below which match the value of the darkest box in your value scale, then outline those areas with the corresponding marker color. Once you have identified all the areas with that value, repeat the process for each value in your value scale!
  75. 75. step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares above in a different color. step 3 Identify areas in the drawing below which match the value of the darkest box in your value scale, then outline those areas with the corresponding marker color. Once you have identified all the areas with that value, repeat the process for each value in your value scale!
  76. 76. step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares above in a different color. step 3 Identify areas in the drawing below which match the value of the darkest box in your value scale, then outline those areas with the corresponding marker color. Once you have identified all the areas with that value, repeat the process for each value in your value scale!
  77. 77. step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares above in a different color. step 3 Identify areas in the drawing below which match the value of the darkest box in your value scale, then outline those areas with the corresponding marker color. Once you have identified all the areas with that value, repeat the process for each value in your value scale!
  78. 78. step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares above in a different color. step 3 Identify areas in the drawing below which match the value of the darkest box in your value scale, then outline those areas with the corresponding marker color. Once you have identified all the areas with that value, repeat the process for each value in your value scale!
  79. 79. step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares above in a different color. step 3 Identify areas in the drawing below which match the value of the darkest box in your value scale, then outline those areas with the corresponding marker color. Once you have identified all the areas with that value, repeat the process for each value in your value scale!
  80. 80. step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares above in a different color. step 3 Identify areas in the drawing below which match the value of the darkest box in your value scale, then outline those areas with the corresponding marker color. Once you have identified all the areas with that value, repeat the process for each value in your value scale!
  81. 81. step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares above in a different color. step 3 Identify areas in the drawing below which match the value of the darkest box in your value scale, then outline those areas with the corresponding marker color. Once you have identified all the areas with that value, repeat the process for each value in your value scale!
  82. 82. step one: identifying a range of values within a photograph
  83. 83. step 2 Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares above in a different color. step 3 Identify areas in the drawing below which match the value of the darkest box in your value scale, then outline those areas with the corresponding marker color. Once you have identified all the areas with that value, repeat the process for each value in your value scale!
  84. 84. step two: • drawing a “value map” of a white object: • use your worksheet to number your values • create a “value by number” drawing of your white object (can be small - use the paper on which you took notes yesterday!) • when you’re done - shade in your values in! (use your scale on your worksheet to help you)
  85. 85. step three: drawing WITHOUT LINES
  86. 86. drawings that rely on outlines
  87. 87. getting better, but still relying on outlines
  88. 88. wow! see how much more like real life it looks?
  89. 89. challenge: SHADE but DON’T SMUDGE
  90. 90. challenge: SHADE but DON’T SMUDGE
  91. 91. challenge: SHADE but DON’T SMUDGE
  92. 92. challenge: SHADE but DON’T SMUDGE
  93. 93. challenge: SHADE but DON’T SMUDGE
  94. 94. challenge: SHADE but DON’T SMUDGE
  95. 95. challenge: SHADE but DON’T SMUDGE
  96. 96. challenge: SHADE but DON’T SMUDGE
  97. 97. step three: drawing WITHOUT LINES try it on BLACK paper, with WHITE charcoal! go slowly - you’re drawing “backwards!”
  98. 98. our final project starting to talk about for this unit
  99. 99. our final projectfor this unit • use 1-3 objects • can share a set-up with others • decide on a composition (can use viewfinder) that balances positive & negative space • use a full range of values - avoid outlines! • divide paper to affect your composition- include value scale and 3 thumbnail sketches 18” x 24” paper (can be black OR white) thumbnail #2 thumbnail #3
  100. 100. our final project
  101. 101. our final project make sure...
  102. 102. our final project make sure... • you have a STRONG COMPOSITION (using SIZE,VIEW, PLACEMENT - not too much negative space)
  103. 103. our final project make sure... • you have a STRONG COMPOSITION (using SIZE,VIEW, PLACEMENT - not too much negative space) • you have stayed away from OUTLINES
  104. 104. our final project make sure... • you have a STRONG COMPOSITION (using SIZE,VIEW, PLACEMENT - not too much negative space) • you have stayed away from OUTLINES • you have stayed away from SMUDGING
  105. 105. our final project make sure... • you have a STRONG COMPOSITION (using SIZE,VIEW, PLACEMENT - not too much negative space) • you have stayed away from OUTLINES • you have stayed away from SMUDGING • you have included a FULL range of values (think about the value scales you’ve made)
  106. 106. our final project make sure... • you have a STRONG COMPOSITION (using SIZE,VIEW, PLACEMENT - not too much negative space) • you have stayed away from OUTLINES • you have stayed away from SMUDGING • you have included a FULL range of values (think about the value scales you’ve made) • you have shaded the BACKGROUND / NEGATIVE SPACE accurately - don’t just leave it blank
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