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Today’s Objective : CREATE

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  1. ○ What does it take to be an “artist?” ○ What makes a piece of art worthy of being called “art?” Today’s Objective:CREATE

  2. Step 1. Paint a Big “X”

  3. Step 1. Paint a Big “X” Consider the following for each and every step: • How big should it be? • Where should I place it on the paper? • How thick should it be? • Do the lines look rough or smooth? • Is each line the same thickness throughout or does it taper? • Is it symmetrical? • Is it tall and thin or short and wide? • Etc…..

  4. Step 1. Paint a Big “X” Step 2. Paint 3 Circles

  5. Step 1. Paint a Big “X” Step 2. Paint 3 Circles Step 3. Add horizontal lines

  6. Step 1. Paint a Big “X” Step 2. Paint 3 Circles Step 3. Add horizontal lines Step 4. Create a Pattern

  7. Step 1. Paint a Big “X” Step 2. Paint 3 Circles Step 3. Add horizontal lines Step 4. Create a Pattern Step 5. Fill in some dark areas

  8. Step 1. Paint a Big “X” Step 2. Paint 3 Circles Step 3. Add horizontal lines Step 4. Create a Pattern Step 5. Fill in some dark areas Step 6. Add white paint for balance

  9. Step 1. Paint a Big “X” Step 2. Paint 3 Circles Step 3. Add horizontal lines Step 4. Create a Pattern Step 5. Fill in some dark areas Step 6. Add white paint for balance Step 7. Add small “x” s

  10. Step 1. Paint a Big “X” Step 2. Paint 3 Circles Step 3. Add horizontal lines Step 4. Create a Pattern Step 5. Fill in some dark areas Step 6. Add white paint for balance Step 7. Add small “x” s Step 8: Add small, active lines (toothbrush)

  11. OPTIONAL: • Add touches of RED (Come to my desk for a small container of red paint and a detail brush) • Evaluate your overall design • Adjust and edit your artwork as needed

  12. REFLECT: • Is it art? • Did you create? • Does it matter? • How is it similar to the artwork of your peers? • Now how is it different? • If you like it, why? • If you don’t like it, how could it be better?

  13. Elements of Art Used: • LINE • SHAPE • VALUE • COLOR • SPACE • TEXTURE

  14. Principles of Design Used: • Balance • Proportion • Rhythm • Emphasis • Unity