February 20, 2014 Point Value: 25
Two Point Perspective House
Due at the beginning of class on 2/27
Create a House in 2 Point Perspective. The house MUST include the following:
Remember that the chimney is just another 2 point perspective box! The only difference is that in order to make the chimney come out of the roof (instead of floating above it) you need to do the following:
HINT: Make sure both your VPs are horizontal
REMEMBER: Verticals stay vertical! That applies to the sides of your windows and doors!
Extra credit: Color with colored pencil or add extra stuff (fence, windows, bricks) Do something extra! Extra credit is given only for extra stuff that is executed well! The extra items must be in perspective though!
Jan. 23, 2014 point value:20
TWO POINT PERSPECTIVE STACK OF BOOKS
Due at the beginning of class on 1/30
HINT: make sure both your VPs are horizontal
HINT: you are looking at the books from one corner (not from a side) so start with a vertical line.
Remember the rules of perspective: all verticals stay vertical, all corners go to the VPs ( in this lesson, BOTH VPs)
Extra credit: Color with colored pencil or add extra books, or a table. Do something extra! Extra credit is given only for extra stuff that is executed well!
10/24/13-Point value: 15
SINGLE POINT PERSPECTIVE CUBES
~Create 3 cubes in single point perspective. One LARGE cube on each page. You may use both sides of the page.
~One cube will be BELOW the horizon line, one will be ON the horizon line, one will be ABOVE the horizon line
~Turn in your class notes as well.
~Staple everything together.
SINGLE POINT PERSPECTIVE TECHNIQUE
ALWAYS REMEMBER: VERTICALS STAY VERTICAL!!!
HOMEWORK DUE 10/31
Art Appreciation Homework
~Using your exacto blade from home, finish your Op Art medallions (Compass Rose). If you don't have an exacto blade, color in with black sharpie.
DUE FRIDAY 9/27
9/19/13-Point value: 15
~Using a ruler, draw three 1" columns vertically down the page. You are drawing one for each grade of pencil
~Label each column according to each grade of pencil; HB, 4H, 6B
~Color each column solid using the grade of pencil that is labeled for that column
~Use 5 different blending tools for the columns (1 MUST BE THE BLENDING STUMP)
~Using a circular motion on top of the graphite in the column, rub the blending tool into the graphite and then drag it to the right of the circular rub. You should have created a smear.
~Label each "smear" with the type of blending tool used.
This assignment is due when you walk in the door Thursday, September 26.