Digital Art Assignments/Homework

  • Click here  to sign up for Dropbox, which will be endlessly helpful to you in your efforts to save your work! 
  • If you don't have Photoshop or Photoshop Elements at home but need to work on something, this free website can help in many cases:
  • This site might help you more than Pixlr will:
  • Whoa! Look at all of these links to clip art and images! Check them out when searching for images! :) Free Clip Art & Image Digest
August 27, 2019:
August 28, 2019:
  • Complete Photoshop Vocabulary Worksheet using this link: 
  • Study for Photoshop Vocabulary Quiz next Thursday, September 5. The quiz will have all of the same questions from the worksheet but will not be in the same order, so make sure your answers are correct and study them!
  • Complete syllabus assignments (parent contact form and DSLR permission slip on back of paper) and turn in by Friday, August, 30.
September 5, 2019:
September 11, 2019:
  • Don't forget to study for the Photoshop Vocabulary Quiz retake on Thursday. This is the ONLY opportunity for a retake.
September 12, 2019:
  • Email blogger link to me at Subject should include: "Digital Art: Period  ___"
  • Second year students, do a Google image search for "Famous Portraits" and choose a famous portrait from art history to trace and eventually add an image of your own face to (much like The Scream assignment). Make sure you
    • Save the original source image on your desktop to post with your completed project later
    • Know the name of the artist and title of the painting for your future blog post. 
September 16, 2019:
  • You will need to have all of the assignments on Assignment Card 1 up through the "Where's Waldo" assignment completed by Monday October 7th. Of your completed pieces, CHOOSE FIVE of your favorite/best pieces and make a Google Slideshow with them. You will be presenting these in class for a grade, and you will lose points if your slideshow is not ready for presentation, so be prepared!
  • Second year students, when you have finished the masterpiece of your choice with your face in it, your next project will be to create a personal logo. Your logo should represent who you are and what you're all about...think about logos for companies/brands you like, but make sure you create a brand new, unique logo for yourself that has never been created before!
September 17, 2019:
  • Please check the Student Blog Corner 2019-2020 link and find your name. If it's not underlined, and you can't click on a link, you still need to email me your blog link. See the assignment above for September 12 for instructions/format of email. If you have already sent me your link but do not see a grade in PowerSchool or a link to your site in the student blog corner, please see me so that you don't find a zero for your score in the gradebook!