Last Class

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Homework

Dear Students:

I have loved being your instructor. You have taught me more about teaching this semester than I have learned in years, and for this I thank you.

Criteria

Points

Formal Drawings

50%

Informal Drawings

20%

Progress Book

20%

Attendance

10%

Class Fourteen: COLOR!!!

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Homework

Classwork

  • Go over the traditional color model
  • Explore colored pencils
  • Render still life or objects with colored pencils
  • Blend, burnish and otherwise work with the medium

Today’s Handout

Homework

Due: December 16, 2015
(you may work on these in class)

Drawing One (on larger paper and formally drawn):

Charcoal Still Life: your choice of complexity, your choice of media

Drawing Two (on larger paper and formally drawn):

A drawing with colored pencils; draw about Knowing Brooklyn: how do you know Brooklyn? How does it know you? From imagination or from real life, use the drawing to tell me something about you!

Criteria & Points

Criteria

Points

Drawing One (on larger paper and formally drawn):
Charcoal Still Life

40

Drawing Two (on larger paper and formally drawn):

A drawing with colored pencils; draw about Knowing Brooklyn: how do you know Brooklyn? How does it know you?

60

Final Exam

December 16: Final Exam

You will draw a final, finished set of 2 drawings

a charcoal still life

a drawing with colored pencils; draw something about Knowing Brooklyn: how do you know Brooklyn? How does it know you?

On the day of the final, you will turn in your work and stay to draw further. I will meet with each of you individually. Bring all of your work and be ready to walk me through your drawings. I can store the big ones this week. Be prepared to take drawings home next week, although I may ask to keep some one them.

Class 13: Charcoal and 2-Point Perspective!

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Homework

Homework

Warm up (on larger newsprint):
Draw a cherished object, using the angle and composition to help me understand why it matters to you.

Drawing One (on larger paper and formally drawn):
Using charcoal, develop a formal study of an imagined scene or object. Use texture to make the image believable.

Warm-ups: Contour portrait of someone else
Do a couple, really examine the scene and KNOW it!

20

Two Point Perspective Imaginary Scene (Formal)
Draw an imaginary scene or object

80