Studio Art Notebook (Instruction Manual) 2001-2002 General Instructions 1. Separate sections in notebook or separate notebook for studio art 2. Pencil and eraser every day 3. Proper Clothes Labeling- Bottom right side of mounting paper in black marker unless otherwise instructed print Name Studio Art Period Single Line- Lines that show shape and detail Outline- Lines that show the outside shape only Studio Art 9/20/01″Similar Forms”1. Choose two objects that have similar form (shape).
One must be from nature and the other manifested 2.
Draw them on newsprint, in single-line and have them approved 3. Combine the two outlines (overlay them) to make a third, new shape like an abstract. IT should not save the design of either original object. 4. Cut oak tag 10 x 16 and put your name on it.
5. Draw all 3 objects in single-line, same size, evenly spaced on the oak tag. 6. Paint using neatness, clean up is very important! ! ! ! 7. Mount with a 1″ border and label properly, use elders glue. Color of mounting paper should be a color from your picture that you want to enhance.
Studio Art 9/7/01″Nature to Contrast”1. Cut paper 7 x 9 rectangles 2. Divide paper into three 7 x 9 rectangles using pencil and ruler. 3. Draw object from nature. Fill up the space, but do not touch edges.
4. Pick a smaller area of the object included in stop #4 and enlarge it enough as that it is so that it is unrecognizable, fill the space completely. 5. Mount using construction paper with a 1. 5 border using rubber cement 6. label properly Abstract- a piece of artwork who’s content depends on it form.
Throughout Unit 3, I have been exploring the themes of summer and how it causes girls to feel vulnerable and self conscious but also how it allows girls to feel carefree and relaxed. The following potential directions are for my two artworks for Unit 4, the first artwork being a collection of 2D works and the second, being a collection of digital photographs. These potential directions were ...
Studio art 10-1-01″Card overlay”1. Design playing cards with an original theme on newsprint. A) Decide a theme b) list 4 related symbols c) create an face and a number card d) create suit symbol in it. Trace 4 cards outlined for c and d 2. Trace 4 cards outline, evenly spaced on 9 x 12 paper. Draw in the 4 cards in single line 3.
Have 3 pieces of tracing paper stapled to the drawing 4. Using black marker in the bottom piece of tracing paper traces the drawing and fill in the black areas. 5. Pick 2 other color markers and using the darker one underneath, trace the design areas and fill in one on each tracing sheet 6.
Mount on color tag, with 1′ border using elders glue, use it properly. Studio art 10-15-01″Falling art”1. Choose a leaf with interesting colors from the outdoors 2. Draw the leaf, in a single-line, on water color paper centered and size 3. Using wet-technique, create the sky using tone ls for clouds 4.
Using extended wet- technique create the leaf colors 5. Using dry technique add detail to the leaf, sign in water color 6. Mount with 1′ boarder with elders glue, label properly.” Promotional Poster”10-22-011. Choose a theme that interests you. Create a “visual way to promote the theme. Crete verbal enhancement.
Composition of both words and image is very important. 2. Draw the complete idea on newsprint, label for colors and mediums 3. Draw the complete plan on final paper in single line stencil may be used. 4. Apply the mediums, watercolor, acrylics, and marker must be used.
Apply to mediums in proper order to complete the project. 5. Label, in the back (name, grade, room 47) in pen. NO MOUNTING! !” Holiday Cards”11-13-011.
Decide a simple “winter idea” to be used on linoleum block for printing cards NO WORDS 2. On newsprint trace the 4 x 6 block and draw the idea twice: once in each rectangle, positive space prints, and one negative space. Positive space prints stay, negative cut away. 3. Draw the idea in single line on the block and cut.
“Colors seen together to produce a pleasing affective response are said to be in harmony” (Burchett 28). Burchett spearheaded an analysis of color theory in order to clarify and define the mystery of color and what draws man to colorful paintings, like a butterfly to a multicolored flower. The systems of color that need to be rediscovered are found through several color systems, ...
4. Cut enough paper for one class on printing. 5. Choose color of ink on tray “roll it properly” then apply to block 6. Place paper on block. Press firmly and peel paper away smoothly 7.
Hang to dry, hang each print to dry and clean up mess 8. Repeat steps 5 as many times as necessary (12 paint) 9. When ink is dry, sign card. Add personal touches. Drawing anatomy 12-7-011. On newsprint, practice drawing anatomical fractures from observation, features include: eyes, nose, lips, ears, hands, teeth, etc.
2. Using anatomical rules, observations and practice draw: a head and face, no hair. Both arms with hands. Fill life drawing from models Anatomical rules- A body is 7-8 heads tall- The hip over divides the body in half- A body is symmetrical. 2 sides- A neck evolved from shoulders- The knee divides the leg- A foot equals a head- Arms, legs and fingers only have joints- The hip area looks like briefs ” Tree Anatomy”1. Trees are made up of a trunk, limbs, branches and twigs a) Trucks are tapered b) Limbs from the trunk) Branches from the limbs d) Twigs are small and branch out slowly from branches e) Limbs, branches and trucks over 1 vp (360 degree turn) f) The tee area and shape must be visualized and planned first ” Tree Drawing”1.
Draw the tree on newsprint and contour lines using the tree- ruler works will from ground 2. Cut proper 10 x 16 put your name on it 3. Draw the tree in contour lines properly 4. Using black marker draw the tree start from truck and work your way up to the twigs 5. Add back shading where needed and the sign 6. Mount with 1′ boarder using rubber cement on black paper.
Hudson River School Landscapes 1. Must incline a) Dramatic natural scene) Distance, close objects and far away) Dramatic light- shadows- atmospheric conditions) Recognizable weather 2. Color Pencil) Complete a pencil drawing with notes) Using reference complete a color pencil c) Mount with 1′ boarder using rubber cement and label 3) Acrylic Painting a) Using the color-pencil landscape as reference, draw the landscape b) Use acrylics to complete the landscape c) Sign itd) Mount with 1′ boarder, use elem ers glue and label properly Art History” The Hudson Valley and its Artistic History”1. Proper folder with lined paper ready each day at the beginning of class 2.
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Notes taken responsibility for all lectures, slides and videos 3. Put notes when lesson is complete in chronological order and into chapters and paragraphs form (Like a book) 4. Use the completed folder as your study guide to prepare for the test 5. Your folder must have) Title page) Table of contents c) Complete chronological info in story form.
d) At least one side of resources and info. e) A List of all slides f) Bibliography g) Neat, complete presentation of folder on the day of test.” Nature to Abstract”1. Cut paper 9 x 212. Divide paper into three 7 x 0 rectangles using pencil and ruler 3.
Draw objects from Nature, fill up the space, but do not let it touch the edges 4. Pack an area of the object and enlarge it. Fill the space up completely 5. Pick a smaller area of the object included in step 4 and enlarge it enough so that is unrecognizable. Fill the space up completely 6. Mount using construction paper with a 1.
5 boarder using rubber cement 7. Label properly Abstract- A piece of artwork that’s content depends solely on its intrinsic form (shapes, shading, texture and value).