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Warm Up: #11- Texture Face

Use the texture tools in your drawing of a face today for your warm up!

Today’s Focus: Face Chart

Homework:

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Label your warm up #12- Expressions

Warm Up: #12 Expressions

1.          Draw your face using a mirror

2.          Make some type of expression

3.          Make sure to notice your mouth and eye brows

Today’s Focus: Face Chart

Homework: Supplies, Homework Drawings & VJ, $5

 

 

 

 

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Label your warm up #13- Fodder File

Warm Up: #13 Fodder File  

1.               Grab a couple magazines and find some fodder!

2.               What is fodder?  Fuel for your visual journal.  It’s words, images, etc that you can use in your journal later. 

3.               Make a collection of images you like.

4.               Use one/some of the images in your journal today. Cut/glue/draw on top…

5.               The image(s) will be your idea sparker!!

6.               Save the rest of the images for a folder we will make today.

7.          Clean up your area!!!!!

Today’s Focus – Finish your FACE CHART & Make a folder in your VJ and work in your visual journal using some of your fodder!!

 Homework: Homework is due tomorrow: Emphasis on Shoes and Record Year for SnowFall; Supplies, Homework Drawings, $5

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Warm Up: #14- Adding Value

1.          Draw a face and shade it in.

2.          Show where the light is coming from!

3.          You may choose your shading technique!

 

Today’s Focus:  Gustave Courbet – shading faces

 Homework: Finish Face Charts, Forms, Supplies, Homework Drawings, $5

 

 

 

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Warm Up: #15- Full Face View Diagram

1.          Draw and label the diagram of the full-face view.

2.          If you finish early, finish the Gustave Courbet drawing.

3.          Then draw 3 – 5x7 shaded boxes in the class work/notes section of your sketchbook.

Today’s Focus:  Additive/Subtractive Method: Full Face View

We will be drawing one another today using a light source and the additive/subtractive method.

Additive/Subtractive Method:

1.                Adding charcoal to the darkest darks

2.                Wipe the page

3.                Erase the lightest lights

4.                Wipe the page. 

5.                Go back and forth as many times as needed, adding and subtracting charcoal and wiping the page with a paper towel in between.

6.                The last time you will add and subtract, but not wipe the page.

Homework: Forms, Supplies, Homework Drawings, $5

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Warm Up: #16- Profile View Diagram

Draw and label the diagram of the profile view.

 

 

Today’s Focus: One more full view drawing, then, drawing the profile.  Today we’ll use a light from inside.

 

Homework: Forms, Supplies, Homework Drawings, $5

 

 

 

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Warm Up: #17- ¾ View

1.          Read the directions for the ¾ view.

2.          Draw and label the ¾ view in your warm up journal.

Today’s Focus: Practice drawing each other at a ¾ View, Front and Profile View.

Try using a new media today in one of your drawings.

¾ View – At least 2 drawings today

Profile View – At least 1

Front View – At Least 1

 

Homework: Homework Drawings, Supplies, $5

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Warm Up: #18- Watercolor Bubbles

1.            Grab some watercolor paint, water, and a brush.

2.            Paint a juicy watercolor wash on your warm up page.

3.            Cover the wash with bubble wrap and let the paint dry.

4.            Work on your portrait drawings and come back later to peel the bubble wrap off after the paint has dried!

Today’s Focus:  Make sure you have AT LEAST 3 of each type of drawing: Front, Profile and ¾ View

Then you may use the bubble wrap technique in your Vis J.

Homework: Homework Drawings - Hair, Vis J-Time, Supplies, $5

 

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Warm Up: #19- Reverse Bubbles

1.             Grab some watercolor paint, water, and a brush.

2.             Today Paint the bubble wrap instead of the paper.

3.             Now stamp the bubble wrap on the page and leave it to dry.

4.             Work on your portrait drawings for 30 minutes and come back later to peel the bubble wrap off after the paint has dried!

5.             Use this technique in your Vis J this week as an idea sparker when you’re done with your sighting drawing!

Today’s Focus:  Finish at least 9 good portraits - 3 of each view.

If you are done – try the bubble wrap techniques in your Vis J.

Begin a large charcoal additive subtractive drawing.

Homework:

 

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Warm Up: #20 – Collage

Grab some magazines to make a collage.

Tell a story in your collage today.

Include people and put them into an environment.

Today’s Focus:  

Make a collage using magazine and paper scraps, etc.

Romare Bearden

Homework:

 
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