Project 3 | Photography, Repetition & the Grid

Self-Critique Questions

In a Word Processor (MS Word, Google Docs, etc...) answer the questions below:
Does your design incorporate a minimum of 12 images & takes into consideration the entire picture plane?
Did you successfully make connections between the objects you photographed (in object size, color, shape, color, utilitarian use, etc.)?
Were you successful in the use of the grid as an organizational tool?
Does your design display an understanding of repetition and how it may be utilized to establish a visual flow?
Has the final design been executed in a professional manner? Designs should utilize the designated materials with care, effort, and attention to detail. This includes proper mounting to Bristol Board.

Artwork Documentation

Document the final project (scan or photograph the artwork) at 300ppi and upload it to the corresponding Brightspace entry.

Writing Assignment

Back to the Word Processor write a paragraph about your artwork based on your the answers to the self-critique questions above. Do not include the actual questions. Use correct grammar and spelling. Refer to the assigned readings, presentations and vocabulary words to help you with proper use of the vocabulary. (150 word minimum.)

As a writing technique, I suggest you answer each question in full. Once you are done, read the answers aloud. Then create connections between the answers to create one full paragraph.

E-Portfolio Notes

I recommend that you type this as a word document and save it before pasting it into the corresponding Brightspace entry.

Add your writing assignment to the corresponding Blackboard Journal on the same page as the image of your project.

Label both the image and the below writing assignment with the project number and title: Photography, Repetition & the Grid

Both the image & the writing assignment should be uploaded to the corresponding Brightspace entry BEFORE the due class!

Take note of when the classroom is open and available for you to use the computers and/or scanners.