Thurs. Dec. 1 #2ptperspective #doubleexposurechallenge #perspectivedrawing

Intro to Art:  2 Pt Perspective Drawing (Compound Objects and Round Shapes)

  • Provide evidence through experimentation, practice, and persistence, the demonstration of new skills and knowledge in a chosen art form by following a class demonstration on PERSPECTIVE DRAWING.
  • Write arguments to support claims that your intentions HAVE been carried out using valid reasoning and relevant and sufficient evidence by answering the REFLECTION/ EVALUATION question: 

What are two things that you think are going to be challenging in creating a SUCCESSFUL and INTERESTING image using 2 PT Perspective drawing technique(s)?

Today we will continue our focus on using 2 PT Perspective to create depth and three-dimensional-ty.  As we move through the week doing in-class demonstrations together, I’d like you to also keep in the back of your mind what makes an image INTERESTING.  Is it the color, the spacing, the lines?  How can you manipulate the steps that we will be discussing in class to make your images “INTERESTING”?


Graphic Coms: Mini-Poster Double Exposure Challenge

  • Create a mini-poster advertising a movie using the DOUBLE EXPOSURE EFFECT that creates a narrative.
  • Be able to respond to the PROJECT REQUIREMENTS, by prioritizing their daily tasks through filling out a DAILY GOAL FORM.

Be aware of your in-class assignment and requirements by locating the link at Edmodo.

Double Exposure Challenge Presentation


Drawing: 1 PT Perspective Drawing Techniques (Bird’s Eye vs Worms Eye cont.) Interior Perspective Introduction

  1. Provide evidence through experimentation, practice, and persistence, the demonstration of new skills and knowledge in a chosen art form by following a class demonstration on PERSPECTIVE DRAWING.
  2. Write arguments to support claims that your intentions HAVE been carried out using valid reasoning and relevant and sufficient evidence by answering the REFLECTION/ EVALUATION question:

What are two things do you believe to be the easiest to represent in 1 PT perspective drawing? What two areas do you struggle with representing in three dimensions?

Today we will return to the work you started yesterday, however, you will not be “correcting” your own drawing.

To be able to prove that you understand PERSPECTIVE, you must be able to IDENTIFY, perspective drawing characteristics, and whether or not they have been represented correctly.  We will spend some time moving through the correction phase throughout class today.  Be sure to check with your table if you are absent for any notes that we take.

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