Honorable mentions go to Cameron Fahs for his use of texture in his lighthouse, and to Nathan Bently for his composition and unity of design in his illustration of a scene in the Voyage of the Dawn Treader, and to Meggan Fahey for her use of perspective in her Lighthouse on a hill.
Best in class goes to Lauren Fahey for overall rendition in her lighthouse.
Peer choice was voted to Cinthia Garner for her Raccoon.
WARM UPS: 1. Repeated patterns squares and circles. 2. Gray shadowing bars. 3 Tornado swirls. 4. Scribbling scrabbling giraffes.
QUICK DRAW CHALLENGE: Students were given the choice of small simple items to sketch. Students are given 5 minutes to draw it.
CLASS PROJECTS: 1. Three drawings of the same subject a chipped coffee cup, each drawing must be either in a different medium colored pencil marker charcoal etc, or a different technique such as negative space, drafting, shadow, etc. or using a different pencil 2b, hb, 2h etc. 2.
TAKE HOME SKILLBUILDERS: This week we have how to draw a kitten, and how to draw a rural scene using a fence as an element of composition See my blog for additional helpful notes.
LONG TERM PROJECT: Continue to read the Book of Acts and illustrate each chapter. Keep these illustrations in a folder to mount later on. One illustration must be a person.
OUR INSPIRATION FOR TODAY: “And whatever you do, whether in word or deed, d\o it all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him.” Colossians 3:17 NIV.