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Thursday, November 17, 2011

Art 1 Nov 17

Art 1 Lesson Plans, November 17, 2011

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

OUR INSPIRATION FOR TODAY: we are coming to thanksgiving so we should remember to be thankful to Our God for the talents and gifts he has given us and remember to use all gifts for his glory.


WARM UPS: 1. Today we have a hand out with patterns to copy. 2. Tornados with gray-ation at top 3. Bell shapes with shadowing. 4. A face with only shadows.

QUICK DRAW CHALLENGE: a stuffed animal.

CLASS PROJECTS:  self portraits using a mirror.  

AT HOME THIS WEEK: Just draw on you own and have a happy thanksgiving.

LONG TERM PROJECT:  I was not able to give out a print out of the lesson plans last week so this is the same as on the web in case anyone was not able to get to it. This is a week for catch up for those who need it.

Page 26 “The top of the mountain was covered with ice and had of polar bears.” Draw the icy top of the mountain and polar bears. You might use google images to find ideas. 

Page 27 “They attacked but I gave them all my food and ran.” Draw the polar bears eating all your food while you are running away. 

Page 28 ________ (villains name) escaped by flying off the other side of the mountain with a __________ (name something that he could use like a kite or bird or parachute to get off the mountain.) Draw the villain flying down off of the mountain. Draw the land below and the far away lands.
WARNING: You are up to 28 pages. Do not get behind on this- those who do never catch up!

Here is the skill builder hand out. Copy the designs on the left in the squares on the right. It is designed to develop observation skills .

(c)Adron Dozat

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