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  • 1. ANNE ARUNDEL COMMUNITY COLLEGE Department of Architecture and Interior Design Assignment No.1 STIPPLING IN INK ! ACH 112 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN II PROFESSOR RICHARD LUXENBURG, AIA Spring 2009 Purpose: To observe and develop tonal value using a technique known as stippling or Dots.......................! Task: Phase One: Take a color or black and white digital picture of yourself. In other words a Face, head and neck shot - a portrait or passport photo. Phase Two: Make a non-color (sepia or grey tone) print of your Passport type portrait (head only) and Print it 5” x7” . Phase Three: Place a sheet of mylar or tracing paper over the print and copy/ imitate the various grey tones with varying densities of very small dots (.01mm). The final should look kinds like the Wall Street Journal examples I showed you in class. Recognizable but not too detailed! Phase Four: Scan the finished stippled rendering of yourself and email it to me so that I can have a graphic roster. This assignment is due by the beginning of the next class. Thanks & Good Luck!