Thursday, November 3, 2011

Art 1 November 3

Art 1 Lesson Plans, November 3, 2011

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

OUR INSPIRATION FOR TODAY: Proverbs 16:3 "Commit to the Lord what ever you do and your plans will succeed." (I don't remember if I already used this one but it is such a treasured thought I personally come to it often). This verse is a promise from God that if we commit to him what ever we do we will have success. But we must remember if we are committing to God whatever we do it should be our best, or else it would be an insult to God, it must be done humbly, reverently, and unselfishly . If we honor God in our lives He will honor us.


WARM UPS: 1. Today we have a hand out with patterns to copy. 2. Rain drop shapes with shine highlight and shadow low lights.  3. Diamond shapes. 4. shading only to make a fantasy creature such as a dragon, troll, goblin, etc.

QUICK DRAW CHALLENGE: our room has a TV on a stand we will attempt to draw it in 5 minutes.

CLASS PROJECTS:  the complex still life will be our first project. A woman’s face from a magazine. Students may select a picture from a travel magazine to copy. For fantasy lovers we will design a warriors helmet from an ancient world.

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

Page 23 “I beat their champion and he fainted.” Draw a picture of the champion on the ground.
Page 24 I said good-by and went after ________ (name of the thief). Draw a picture of everyone waving good-by as you leave.
Page 25 “I had to climb over the high mountains. I could see him at the top.” Draw a picture of the high mountains make them rocky and full of cliffs. Have clouds floating half way up.

WARNING: You are up to 25 pages. Do not get behind on this- those who do never catch up!

Here is the warm up practice skill builder. This is to develop observational skills and skills in replicating observed images. students copy the images on left in the squares on the right.

(c)Adron Dozat

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