Thursday, October 27, 2011

Art 1 Oct 27


Art 1 Lesson Plans, October 27 2011

PRE CLASS: students present work done over the week for instructor’s critique.

OUR INSPIRATION FOR TODAY: OUR INSPIRATION FOR TODAY: "Come and listen, all you who fear God; Let me tell you what he has done for me." Psalm 66:16, NIV. We have a message and we should be active in letting others know what God has done in our lives. He has given all of us blessings and whatever we do in art or work or home should be a way of expressing thankfulness and telling others we have a loving father who blesses his children. Do not use your gifts of art or any other gift selfishly but we should use our gifts to serve others and glorify God.

INSTRUCTION AND DEMONSTRATION ON TECHNIQUE:  still life with coffee cups.

WARM UPS: 1. Draw spheres with shading. 2. Draw flowers in negative space, (shading out the area around the flowers leaving the flower white). 3. Scribble a person sitting. 4.

QUICK DRAW CHALLENGE: one of the class projects will double as the quick draw challenge. Students are given 5 minutes to execute the drawing.

CLASS PROJECTS:  A ceramic cat figurine.  A puppet doll. (I call him the ugly puppet). Face from some magazine clippings. Autumn salt and pepper shakers that look like pilgrim chipmunks. Drawing Woodie.

AT HOME THIS WEEK: Take home skill builder is how to draw an attacking owl. Draw paint two pictures of the students choosing.

LONG TERM PROJECT:
Page 19, Write “They were going to capture me and make me their slave unless I beat their champion.” Draw a picture of their champion next to your avatar. He is much bigger than your avatar.
Page 21 “”I had to beat him in a contest of ___________ (you decide on a game of skill) draw that game for example if it is a game of uno cards draw the uno cards or if it is basket ball draw the court and hoop.
Page 22. “But I played this game before when I was a little ______. Draw your avatar as a child playing the game.
WARNING: You are up to 18 pages. Do not get behind on this- those who do never catch up!


(c)Adron Dozat