Intro to Art: Sketchbook Challenge #2 (Deadpool)
- DEMONSTRATE your understanding for the procedures of the weekly sketchbook by completing a themed/timed sketch.
- SUMMARIZE their opinions of their themed sketch by writing a 4-step critique
We will continue with our sketchbook challenges, however since this Friday is a half-day, we are going to spring forward a bit and work on this week’s challenge today.
The key to this activity is that understanding that you are limited to just 45-50 mins of class time to work on solving the THEME for the weekly sketch. While many of us have these grand ideas of what we will accomplish, once the class comes to a close you will need to have a FINISHED concept/idea which solves theme given for the week.
SKETCHBOOK CHALLENGE # 2 : Marvel March Drawing Challenge (Deadpool)
Marvel Drawing Challenge is much like our past INKTOBER Drawing Challenge, will fit the same way. Starting today, any student who submits a daily sketch of a MARVEL COMICS character will get 1 percentage point extra credit to their card marking grade.
Today’s IN-CLASS SKETCH IS EXEMPT AS TO BEING AN ACTUAL COURSE ASSIGNMENT
You will get the entire hour to work in your sketchbook. As class comes to a close, you will be required to take a photograph, and submit your work, digitally using the means by which you chose earlier in the week by filling out the “DIGITAL PROJECT SUBMISSION” Be sure to keep your social media accounts on “public” or type your name as the title of your email when you submit your work.
REMEMBER TO USE THE HASHTAG #MHSsketchbookCHALLENGE when posting images on your social media accounts.
Graphic Coms: Skills Review (Working with Text and Gradients)
Files to Use for Skills Review: