Mon 03/15 | Wed 03/17
Midterm Presentations | Design Process
This week you present the Midterm Project 5: Texture. Once you present the midterm you will evaluate how it can be improved or edited as Project 6: Texture | Version 2 to explore different creative processes while conveying content through form.
We will also do the Midterm Self-Evaluation individual reviews.
Homework Due for Class 8
Pen and Ink Drawing Tutorials:
Finalize Project 5 | Texture and upload to your E-portfolio along with the written critique to present in class
Finalize your midterm self-evaluation to present on the individual midterm reviews.
Make sure your Blackboard E-portfolio is updated up to Project 5 for presentation. You will read Project 5 self-critique as part of your midterm assessment.
3" x 4" Viewfinder | Magazines | Sketchbook | HB Mechanical Pencil | Eraser | Ruler | PITT Pen (Black)
Reminder: Your midterm grades are available in Blackboard under Points Earned | My Grades. Students who are failing the class can withdraw from the course until November 2 without having their GPA affected. Please note that if you are a FAFSA recipient you may have to pay back part of your tuition when you withdraw from classes. Do consider your choices wisely.
Attendance & Critique
Project 5 | Texture Critique.
Project 5 | Texture update
Individual midterm self-evaluation reviews
Midterm Presentations and Self-critique reading
Project 6 | Texture | Version 2 Improve your Texture Midterm project as discussed in class. Your goal is to improve the Texture project based on our class discussion through creative solutions that involve minimum editing solutions.
Homework for Class 9
Project 6 | Texture | Version 2: Improve your Texture Midterm project as discussed in class. Your goal is to improve the Texture project based on our class discussion through creative solutions that involve minimum editing solutions. Due at the beginning of Class 9.
On your sketchbook or notebook handwrite the definitions for the following words:
Value Range, Tint, Shade, Value Contrast, Achromatic Gray, Chiaroscuro, Value Pattern, Shading, Shaped Value Gradation, Figure/Ground Value Reversal, Low Key, High Key, Subjective, Expressive, Rhythm, Movement, Closure, Scale, Atmospheric Perspective.
You can find some of the definitions under the link Resources/Vocabulary Words, in "Design Basics", or researching the web. Due at the beginning of Class 9.
After going through the presentation on Value and reading Design Basics: Value find visual examples for the terms below and post them to Blackboard post 7. Design Basics Value. Due at the beginning of Class 10.
Representational Illusion of Light
Non-representational Illusion of Light
White Acrylic Paint | Black Acrylic Paint | All Paintbrushes | Scissors | Mixing Palette | Container for Water | Drawing Paper | Bristol Board | Ruler | Pencils | Xacto Knife | Rubber Cement.