Intro to Art: Hallway Perspective Drawings
- Create 2 point perspective drawings that demonstrates an understanding of how your ideas relate to technique and process.
- Create 2 point perspective and Value drawing that uses COMPOSITION to solve visual challenges.
Review with neighbors the progress of creating a perspective drawing and the proper use of 2 point perspective. What are the big challenges you might face with the finding a hallway view?
Journal Self-Reflection: Start to think about the differences between 1PT and 2PT Perspective drawing. What concepts do you believe you’ve had the most success with, and which concepts do you still struggle with, even with the ‘cheat sheet’ handout? Describe?
Ceramics: Slab Cube Construction
- Apply acquired knowledge and skill to the creative problem solving process
- Responsibly and safely manage materials and tools.
I’m not sure exactly how much time we will have to “work,” however the left over class time can be used to create the pieces that you will need to solve the problem of putting together a cube container.
During the demonstration, I would like you to think about some of the issues you ran into with your cylindrical container. How might you avoid these issues with this project?
Painting: Piece Swap Work Day
- Use input from a critique towards successfully reaching my goals
- Continue to set and work towards scheduled goals
2 Photo critiques down, 2 more to go. Tomorrow we are looking at reviewing our projects for the 3rd time. We have 7 days left, some of you are in good shape, and some of you are having some struggles. Remember, these dates are incredibly important to the progress and completion of this project. Giving in to difficulties now, mean more work down the line
How have you solved the issue of including text in your design?
Drawing: Marble Still Life
- Successfully use colored pencils to achieve desired results
- Be able to discuss my decisions by using appropriate terms and vocabulary
I bounced around with ideas on how to exactly get you guys started with our final project of the card marking. Needless to say, I feel the still life we will be working on not only will test your abilities with colored pencils, and the techniques that we’ve previously discussed, but also allow you to reflect on some of the talking points we went over this week in our reading.