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DRAWING WITHSHAPE and VALUE
VOCABULARY
VOCABULARYLine
VOCABULARYLine   a point extended in both directions
VOCABULARYLine    a point extended in both directionsShape
VOCABULARYLine    a point extended in both directionsShape   lines combined to create an enclosed space
VOCABULARYLine    a point extended in both directionsShape   lines combined to create an enclosed spaceValue
VOCABULARYLine    a point extended in both directionsShape   lines combined to create an enclosed spaceValue   the lightne...
VOCABULARYLine    a point extended in both directionsShape   lines combined to create an enclosed spaceValue   the lightne...
VOCABULARYLine    a point extended in both directionsShape   lines combined to create an enclosed spaceValue   the lightne...
Line
Line
Line
Line   to   Shape
Line   to   Shape
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      =Formcombining shape & value tocreate the illusion of being3-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
step 2   Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares         above in a different color.step...
step 2   Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares         above in a different color.step...
step 2   Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares         above in a different color.step...
step 2   Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares         above in a different color.step...
step 2   Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares         above in a different color.step...
step 2   Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares         above in a different color.step...
step 2   Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares         above in a different color.step...
step 2   Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares         above in a different color.step...
step 2   Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares         above in a different color.step...
step 2   Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares         above in a different color.step...
step 2   Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares         above in a different color.step...
step 2   Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares         above in a different color.step...
step 2   Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares         above in a different color.step...
step 2   Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares         above in a different color.step...
step 2   Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares         above in a different color.step...
step 2   Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares         above in a different color.step...
step 2   Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares         above in a different color.step...
step 2   Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares         above in a different color.step...
step 2   Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares         above in a different color.step...
step 2   Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares         above in a different color.step...
step 2   Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares         above in a different color.step...
step 2   Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares         above in a different color.step...
step 2   Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares         above in a different color.step...
step 2   Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares         above in a different color.step...
step 2   Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares         above in a different color.step...
step 2   Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares         above in a different color.step...
step 2   Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares         above in a different color.step...
step 2   Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares         above in a different color.step...
step 2   Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares         above in a different color.step...
step 2   Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares         above in a different color.step...
step 2   Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares         above in a different color.step...
step 2   Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares         above in a different color.step...
step 2   Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares         above in a different color.step...
step 2   Choose seven different colored markers, then outline each of your squares         above in a different color.step...
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...
step two: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
you need:    (each end-of-table group)•   3 blocks•   a light                     DO THIS TODAY:•   a tray•   a tracing ca...
step three:identifying - and drawing - a full range of valuesFROM OBSERVATION
value scale
value scale
value scale              1   2   3   4   5   6   7
value scale
value scale
value scale              1   2   3   4   5   6   7
starting to talk aboutour final project                         for this unit
our final project
our final projectmake sure...
our final projectmake sure...• you have a STRONG COMPOSITION (using  SIZE,VIEW, PLACEMENT - not too much  negative space)
our final projectmake sure...• you have a STRONG COMPOSITION (using  SIZE,VIEW, PLACEMENT - not too much  negative space)•...
our final projectmake sure...• you have a STRONG COMPOSITION (using  SIZE,VIEW, PLACEMENT - not too much  negative space)•...
our final projectmake sure...• you have a STRONG COMPOSITION (using  SIZE,VIEW, PLACEMENT - not too much  negative space)•...
our final projectmake sure...• you have a STRONG COMPOSITION (using  SIZE,VIEW, PLACEMENT - not too much  negative space)•...
value scale
value scale
value scale              1   2   3   4   5   6   7
without a strong light source
with a strong light source(woo!)
Look for shapes of values
Look for shapes of valuesInstead of a line, put 2 shapes againsteach other to make an edge
Look for shapes of valuesInstead of a line, put 2 shapes againsteach other to make an edge
Look for shapes of values                              Instead of a line, put 2 shapes against                            ...
Look for shapes of values                              Instead of a line, put 2 shapes against                            ...
Look for shapes of values                                Instead of a line, put 2 shapes against                          ...
Look for shapes of values                                Instead of a line, put 2 shapes against                          ...
-Look for shapes of values-Instead of a line, put shapesagainst each other to makeedges
-Look for shapes of values-Instead of a line, put shapesagainst each other to makeedges
-Look for shapes of values-Instead of a line, put shapesagainst each other to makeedges
-Look for shapes of values-Instead of a line, put shapesagainst each other to makeedges
-Look for shapes of values-Instead of a line, put shapesagainst each other to makeedges
-Look for shapes of values-Instead of a line, put shapesagainst each other to makeedges
-Look for shapes of values-Instead of a line, put shapesagainst each other to makeedges
-Look for shapes of values-Instead of a line, put shapesagainst each other to makeedges
-Look for shapes of values-Instead of a line, put shapesagainst each other to makeedges
-Look for shapes of values-Instead of a line, put shapesagainst each other to makeedges
-Look for shapes of values-Instead of a line, put shapesagainst each other to makeedges
-Look for shapes of values-Instead of a line, put shapesagainst each other to makeedges
-Look for shapes of values-Instead of a line, put shapesagainst each other to makeedges
-Look for shapes of values-Instead of a line, put shapesagainst each other to makeedges
-Look for shapes of values-Instead of a line, put shapesagainst each other to makeedges
-Look for shapes of values-Instead of a line, put shapesagainst each other to makeedges
So, there are 3 different things going on here:
So, there are 3 different   things going on here:1. drawing from OBSERVATION
So, there are 3 different   things going on here:1. drawing from OBSERVATION2. thinking about COMPOSITION in   our drawings
So, there are 3 different   things going on here:1. drawing from OBSERVATION2. thinking about COMPOSITION in   our drawing...
without a strong light source
with a strong light source(woo!)
1. drawing from OBSERVATION
1. drawing from OBSERVATION
1. drawing from OBSERVATION            ?
“Sighting”
“Sighting”using yourwriting implementto help youfigure outaccurate angles
“Sighting”using yourwriting implementto help youfigure outaccurate angles
“Sighting”using yourwriting implementto help youfigure outaccurate angles
“Sighting”using yourwriting implementto help youfigure outaccurate angles
“Sighting”using yourwriting implementto help youfigure outaccurate angles
“Sighting”
see this   “Sighting”
see this   “Sighting”
see this   “Sighting”
see this   “Sighting”
see this   “Sighting”draw this
see this   “Sighting”draw this
see this   “Sighting”draw this
see this   “Sighting”draw this
see this   “Sighting”draw this
see this   “Sighting”draw this
see this   “Sighting”draw this
see this   “Sighting”draw this
see this   “Sighting”draw this
see this   “Sighting”draw this
see this   “Sighting”draw this
see this   “Sighting”draw this
see this   “Sighting”draw this
see this   “Sighting”draw this
see this   “Sighting”draw this
see this   “Sighting”draw this
see this   “Sighting”draw this
see this   “Sighting”draw this
see this   “Sighting”draw this
see this   “Sighting”draw this
see this   “Sighting”draw this
see this   “Sighting”draw this
see this   “Sighting”draw this
see this   “Sighting”draw this
thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawings
thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsthese are sortof boring.
thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsthese are sortof boring.
thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsthese are sortof boring.
thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsthese are sortof boring.
thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsthese are sortof boring.
thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsthese are sortof boring.
thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawings                  there is a lot of                  “dead space”these are sortof...
thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsthese are sortof boring.
thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsthese are sortof boring.
thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawings
thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsif you want to show the wholething, try something like this:
thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsif you want to show the wholething, try something like this:
thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawings
thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsbut remember, when you consider size, view,and placement, there are LOTS of ways ...
thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsbut remember, when you consider size, view,and placement, there are LOTS of ways ...
thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsbut remember, when you consider size, view,and placement, there are LOTS of ways ...
thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsbut remember, when you consider size, view,and placement, there are LOTS of ways ...
thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsbut remember, when you consider size, view,and placement, there are LOTS of ways ...
thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsbut remember, when you consider size, view,and placement, there are LOTS of ways ...
thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsbut remember, when you consider size, view,and placement, there are LOTS of ways ...
thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsbut remember, when you consider size, view,and placement, there are LOTS of ways ...
thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsbut remember, when you consider size, view,and placement, there are LOTS of ways ...
thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsbut remember, when you consider size, view,and placement, there are LOTS of ways ...
thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsbut remember, when you consider size, view,and placement, there are LOTS of ways ...
thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsbut remember, when you consider size, view,and placement, there are LOTS of ways ...
thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsbut remember, when you consider size, view,and placement, there are LOTS of ways ...
thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsbut remember, when you consider size, view,and placement, there are LOTS of ways ...
thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsbut remember, when you consider size, view,and placement, there are LOTS of ways ...
thinking about COMPOSITION in our drawingsbut remember, when you consider size, view,and placement, there are LOTS of ways...
please get out your agenda books
please get out your agenda books★ visual dictionary & rubric DUE  Friday, 12/7
please get out your agenda books★ visual dictionary & rubric DUE  Friday, 12/7★ TEST drawings with value scale  (both regu...
please get out your agenda books★ visual dictionary & rubric DUE  Friday, 12/7★ TEST drawings with value scale  (both regu...
Shape&value   2012 - web
Shape&value   2012 - web
Shape&value   2012 - web
Shape&value   2012 - web
Shape&value   2012 - web
Shape&value   2012 - web
Shape&value   2012 - web
Shape&value   2012 - web
Shape&value   2012 - web
Shape&value   2012 - web
Shape&value   2012 - web
Shape&value   2012 - web
Shape&value   2012 - web
Shape&value   2012 - web
Shape&value   2012 - web
Shape&value   2012 - web
Shape&value   2012 - web
Shape&value   2012 - web
Shape&value   2012 - web
Shape&value   2012 - web
Shape&value   2012 - web
Shape&value   2012 - web
Shape&value   2012 - web
Shape&value   2012 - web
Shape&value   2012 - web
Shape&value   2012 - web
Shape&value   2012 - web
Shape&value   2012 - web
Shape&value   2012 - web
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  1. 1. DRAWING WITHSHAPE and VALUE
  2. 2. VOCABULARY
  3. 3. VOCABULARYLine
  4. 4. VOCABULARYLine a point extended in both directions
  5. 5. VOCABULARYLine a point extended in both directionsShape
  6. 6. VOCABULARYLine a point extended in both directionsShape lines combined to create an enclosed space
  7. 7. VOCABULARYLine a point extended in both directionsShape lines combined to create an enclosed spaceValue
  8. 8. VOCABULARYLine a point extended in both directionsShape lines combined to create an enclosed spaceValue the lightness or darkness of something
  9. 9. VOCABULARYLine a point extended in both directionsShape lines combined to create an enclosed spaceValue the lightness or darkness of somethingForm
  10. 10. VOCABULARYLine a point extended in both directionsShape lines combined to create an enclosed spaceValue the lightness or darkness of somethingForm 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 to Shape
  15. 15. Line to Shape
  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 =Formcombining shape & value tocreate the illusion of being3-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. 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!
  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 one:identifying a range of values within a photograph
  82. 82. 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!
  83. 83. step two:drawing WITHOUT LINES
  84. 84. drawings that rely on outlines
  85. 85. getting better, but still relying on outlines
  86. 86. wow! see how much more like real life it looks?
  87. 87. challenge: SHADE but DON’T SMUDGE
  88. 88. challenge: SHADE but DON’T SMUDGE
  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. you need: (each end-of-table group)• 3 blocks• a light DO THIS TODAY:• a tray• a tracing cardboard • agree on a block set up• a background paper • trace the blocks on the background paper • 1-2 members of the group should photograph the set-up with a camera/phone
  96. 96. step three:identifying - and drawing - a full range of valuesFROM OBSERVATION
  97. 97. value scale
  98. 98. value scale
  99. 99. value scale 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
  100. 100. value scale
  101. 101. value scale
  102. 102. value scale 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
  103. 103. starting to talk aboutour final project for this unit
  104. 104. our final project
  105. 105. our final projectmake sure...
  106. 106. our final projectmake sure...• you have a STRONG COMPOSITION (using SIZE,VIEW, PLACEMENT - not too much negative space)
  107. 107. our final projectmake sure...• you have a STRONG COMPOSITION (using SIZE,VIEW, PLACEMENT - not too much negative space)• you have stayed away from OUTLINES
  108. 108. our final projectmake 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
  109. 109. our final projectmake 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)
  110. 110. our final projectmake 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
  111. 111. value scale
  112. 112. value scale
  113. 113. value scale 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
  114. 114. without a strong light source
  115. 115. with a strong light source(woo!)
  116. 116. Look for shapes of values
  117. 117. Look for shapes of valuesInstead of a line, put 2 shapes againsteach other to make an edge
  118. 118. Look for shapes of valuesInstead of a line, put 2 shapes againsteach other to make an edge
  119. 119. Look for shapes of values Instead of a line, put 2 shapes against each other to make an edgeLook for the darkest values
  120. 120. Look for shapes of values Instead of a line, put 2 shapes against each other to make an edgeLook for the darkest valuesThen the lightest
  121. 121. Look for shapes of values Instead of a line, put 2 shapes against each other to make an edgeLook for the darkest valuesThen the lightestThen the values in the middle
  122. 122. Look for shapes of values Instead of a line, put 2 shapes against each other to make an edgeLook for the darkest valuesThen the lightestThen the values in the middle
  123. 123. -Look for shapes of values-Instead of a line, put shapesagainst each other to makeedges
  124. 124. -Look for shapes of values-Instead of a line, put shapesagainst each other to makeedges
  125. 125. -Look for shapes of values-Instead of a line, put shapesagainst each other to makeedges
  126. 126. -Look for shapes of values-Instead of a line, put shapesagainst each other to makeedges
  127. 127. -Look for shapes of values-Instead of a line, put shapesagainst each other to makeedges
  128. 128. -Look for shapes of values-Instead of a line, put shapesagainst each other to makeedges
  129. 129. -Look for shapes of values-Instead of a line, put shapesagainst each other to makeedges
  130. 130. -Look for shapes of values-Instead of a line, put shapesagainst each other to makeedges
  131. 131. -Look for shapes of values-Instead of a line, put shapesagainst each other to makeedges
  132. 132. -Look for shapes of values-Instead of a line, put shapesagainst each other to makeedges
  133. 133. -Look for shapes of values-Instead of a line, put shapesagainst each other to makeedges
  134. 134. -Look for shapes of values-Instead of a line, put shapesagainst each other to makeedges
  135. 135. -Look for shapes of values-Instead of a line, put shapesagainst each other to makeedges
  136. 136. -Look for shapes of values-Instead of a line, put shapesagainst each other to makeedges
  137. 137. -Look for shapes of values-Instead of a line, put shapesagainst each other to makeedges
  138. 138. -Look for shapes of values-Instead of a line, put shapesagainst each other to makeedges
  139. 139. So, there are 3 different things going on here:
  140. 140. So, there are 3 different things going on here:1. drawing from OBSERVATION
  141. 141. So, there are 3 different things going on here:1. drawing from OBSERVATION2. thinking about COMPOSITION in our drawings
  142. 142. So, there are 3 different things going on here:1. drawing from OBSERVATION2. thinking about COMPOSITION in our drawings3. drawing with SHAPES & VALUES
  143. 143. without a strong light source
  144. 144. with a strong light source(woo!)
  145. 145. 1. drawing from OBSERVATION
  146. 146. 1. drawing from OBSERVATION
  147. 147. 1. drawing from OBSERVATION ?
  148. 148. “Sighting”
  149. 149. “Sighting”using yourwriting implementto help youfigure outaccurate angles
  150. 150. “Sighting”using yourwriting implementto help youfigure outaccurate angles
  151. 151. “Sighting”using yourwriting implementto help youfigure outaccurate angles
  152. 152. “Sighting”using yourwriting implementto help youfigure outaccurate angles
  153. 153. “Sighting”using yourwriting implementto help youfigure outaccurate angles
  154. 154. “Sighting”
  155. 155. see this “Sighting”
  156. 156. see this “Sighting”
  157. 157. see this “Sighting”
  158. 158. see this “Sighting”
  159. 159. see this “Sighting”draw this
  160. 160. see this “Sighting”draw this
  161. 161. see this “Sighting”draw this
  162. 162. see this “Sighting”draw this
  163. 163. see this “Sighting”draw this
  164. 164. see this “Sighting”draw this
  165. 165. see this “Sighting”draw this
  166. 166. see this “Sighting”draw this
  167. 167. see this “Sighting”draw this
  168. 168. see this “Sighting”draw this
  169. 169. see this “Sighting”draw this
  170. 170. see this “Sighting”draw this
  171. 171. see this “Sighting”draw this
  172. 172. see this “Sighting”draw this
  173. 173. see this “Sighting”draw this
  174. 174. see this “Sighting”draw this
  175. 175. see this “Sighting”draw this
  176. 176. see this “Sighting”draw this
  177. 177. see this “Sighting”draw this
  178. 178. see this “Sighting”draw this
  179. 179. see this “Sighting”draw this
  180. 180. see this “Sighting”draw this
  181. 181. see this “Sighting”draw this
  182. 182. see this “Sighting”draw this
  183. 183. thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawings
  184. 184. thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsthese are sortof boring.
  185. 185. thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsthese are sortof boring.
  186. 186. thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsthese are sortof boring.
  187. 187. thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsthese are sortof boring.
  188. 188. thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsthese are sortof boring.
  189. 189. thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsthese are sortof boring.
  190. 190. thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawings there is a lot of “dead space”these are sortof boring.
  191. 191. thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsthese are sortof boring.
  192. 192. thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsthese are sortof boring.
  193. 193. thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawings
  194. 194. thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsif you want to show the wholething, try something like this:
  195. 195. thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsif you want to show the wholething, try something like this:
  196. 196. thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawings
  197. 197. thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsbut remember, when you consider size, view,and placement, there are LOTS of ways tomake your composition interesting!
  198. 198. thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsbut remember, when you consider size, view,and placement, there are LOTS of ways tomake your composition interesting!
  199. 199. thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsbut remember, when you consider size, view,and placement, there are LOTS of ways tomake your composition interesting!
  200. 200. thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsbut remember, when you consider size, view,and placement, there are LOTS of ways tomake your composition interesting!
  201. 201. thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsbut remember, when you consider size, view,and placement, there are LOTS of ways tomake your composition interesting!
  202. 202. thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsbut remember, when you consider size, view,and placement, there are LOTS of ways tomake your composition interesting!
  203. 203. thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsbut remember, when you consider size, view,and placement, there are LOTS of ways tomake your composition interesting!
  204. 204. thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsbut remember, when you consider size, view,and placement, there are LOTS of ways tomake your composition interesting!
  205. 205. thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsbut remember, when you consider size, view,and placement, there are LOTS of ways tomake your composition interesting!
  206. 206. thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsbut remember, when you consider size, view,and placement, there are LOTS of ways tomake your composition interesting!
  207. 207. thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsbut remember, when you consider size, view,and placement, there are LOTS of ways tomake your composition interesting!
  208. 208. thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsbut remember, when you consider size, view,and placement, there are LOTS of ways tomake your composition interesting!
  209. 209. thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsbut remember, when you consider size, view,and placement, there are LOTS of ways tomake your composition interesting!
  210. 210. thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsbut remember, when you consider size, view,and placement, there are LOTS of ways tomake your composition interesting!
  211. 211. thinking about COMPOSITION inour drawingsbut remember, when you consider size, view,and placement, there are LOTS of ways tomake your composition interesting!
  212. 212. thinking about COMPOSITION in our drawingsbut remember, when you consider size, view,and placement, there are LOTS of ways tomake your composition interesting!
  213. 213. please get out your agenda books
  214. 214. please get out your agenda books★ visual dictionary & rubric DUE Friday, 12/7
  215. 215. please get out your agenda books★ visual dictionary & rubric DUE Friday, 12/7★ TEST drawings with value scale (both regular pencil and white on black paper) DUE tomorrow
  216. 216. please get out your agenda books★ visual dictionary & rubric DUE Friday, 12/7★ TEST drawings with value scale (both regular pencil and white on black paper) DUE tomorrow★ bring in a white object for WEDNESDAY

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