Wed. Oct. 12 #penandinkchallenge #illustration #magazinecoverchallenge #drawingfromobservation #paperbag

Intro to Art: Pen and Ink Challenge

  • Solve the issue of creating a one of a kind drawing, by selecting an illustration from a children’s book to render in PEN & INK technique(s).
  • Listen for the specific requirements for the project by following along with a GUIDED PRESENTATION

We will continue to work on our PEN AND INK challenge in today’s class by studying the various lines, shapes, and values that are made when a when pen marks are organized using ink blending styles.  Each student will work throughout the next 2 days to create a finished illustration which shows your ability to consider the tools when carrying out an idea of VALUE.

Pen and Ink Challenge Requirements


Graphic Coms: Magazine Cover Challenge

  • Use layers and blending modes in Photoshop to create varying effects on photographs
  • Discuss questions and answers using content specific vocabulary. 

You will have the remainder of the week to work on the challenge that was outlined in last Friday’s class.  Keep in mind, while the project may seem relatively simple, there are specific requirements that you each are responsible for showing your ability to understand.

Refer to the attached slide for project requirements and outline.


Drawing: Paper Bag Challenge (Drawing from Observation)

  • Apply your understanding for VALUE and LINE by designing a still life with drawing with various shades of graphite.
  • Orally ask any questions about the project demonstration they may have using complete sentences.

We will continue to work on our “drawing from observation” in today’s class by studying the various lines, shapes, and values that are made when a paper bag is crumbled up.  Each student will work throughout the next 3 days to create a finished drawing which illustrates their ability to consider composition and drawing tools when creating a “finished” drawing.

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