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    ALL ASSIGNMENTS ARE DUE JUNE 5TH/6TH. 
     NO WORK WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER THIS DATE!  

    Line

    Using only a black felt pen students will create nonobjective line design.  Line can create many different emotions and can tell a story even though it is nonobjective.  We will discuss what a nonobjective piece of art is, what type of line is associated with what type of emotion and how to balance the contrast of white paper and black felt pen.  Students will create a “scribble” and then fill in each section with a different line pattern.

    Where students should be:  students should be working on their final drafts DUE JUNE 6TH.

    Paper Mache

    We will learn about form and how to create a 3-D work of art.  Students will have their choice of what creature, animal, cartoon character, object, etc. they would like to create,  but it should have at least 4 appendages.  Once the armature is built we will use the paper mache process to strengthen the form.  Students will be required to layer at least 4 layers of paper mache.  They will use tissue paper to add color and detail to their piñata.

    Where Students Should Be: Students will need to bring in a picture of the character they want to work from and items to build armature such as, paper towel rolls, toilet paper rolls, egg cartons, 2 liter bottles, water or Gatorade bottles cereal boxes,  etc.  Anything they can think of that may help them construct their form.

    Where students should be: students should be finished

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    Tropical Birds
     

    Now that students are familiar with mixing paint and the color wheel, we will be creating a tropical bird composition.  In class we will practice drawing different tropical birds by breaking them down into simple shapes so everyone can feel successful with their drawings.  Students will then paint composition using ALL the colors on the color wheel.  Their goal will be to paint neatly and be creative with color choices.

    Where Students Should Be:  Students should be finished.

     
    Color Wheel

    We will be learning the basic color wheel (primary, secondary, and tertiary) color schemes.  We will discuss complimentary (colors directly across from each other on the color wheel) colors, analogous (3 colors next to each other on the color wheel) colors and monochromatic (shades and tints of one color) color schemes.

    Students will create a 12 sectioned color wheel with each section showing the color and then the shade and the tint of that color.  This project is to introduce students to color, mixing paint, and practicing painting neatly.

    Where Students Should Be:  Students should be finished.

     
     
    Radial Design
    Students will be creating a radial design using their first names.  Once they have their name created they will use tracing paper to replicate the design in a radial pattern.  We will then use markers to color in the design.  The goal when coloring is to no longer look at the design as a name and a background but instead to look at the positive and negative shapes all as one.

    Where Students Should Be:  finished.

     
    Collage

    Students will work together to create a collage with their table members. This is the only group project that I assign throughout the semester. Their goal is to create an environment / theme (cityscape, garden, outer space, underwater, snow scene etc). As a group they will 1st come up with their idea. They then can draw it out on the piece of paper I will provid them and begin cutting out colors in magazines to create their scene. They will need to emphasize their 1st names and period # in the color of their table. The scene should make sense as an environment and be creative.

    If you have any extra magazines that you are willing to donate, please send them in with your child!! Thank you!

    Where Students should be: Students should be finished.

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