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Overlapping Fish. Each student will create an 18 x 24 inch stained-glass- like painting/drawing with charcoal and water-soluble oil pastels with an analogous or complementary color scheme. Why are fish important?. Please come up with at least two examples for each of the points below.
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Overlapping Fish Each student will create an 18 x 24 inch stained-glass- like painting/drawing with charcoal and water-soluble oil pastels with an analogous or complementary color scheme.
Why are fish important? Please come up with at least two examples for each of the points below. • They are environmental indicators. How? • They can experience fear and pain. When? • They are beautiful or at the least interesting. Who? • They are a source of income and food for some people. Why?
Directions… • Trace the fish stencil with pencil often enough that the overlapping lines remind you of a stained glass piece or a puzzle. • Do not leave shapes that are too big, and do not overlap too often so that the piece becomes a SPAGHETTI MESS. • Try to have the fish flow/swim in different directions. • The idea is to make an abstract puzzle that makes it a little difficult to see the fish.
Directions continued… • After tracing the stencil, go over the lines with smooth and ¼ inch lines of charcoal. • Cleanly rub the charcoal into the paper and erase the shapes out so that they are white. • Choose an analogous color scheme.
Analogous Colors • Analogous colors are 3 or more colors that are closely related and side by side on the color wheel.
Analogous Colors • Red + Orange + Yellow • Blue + Green + Yellow • Red + Violet + Blue • Analogous colors are also the colors in between the related colors: red + red/orange + orange + yellow/orange + yellow.
Directions Continued… • Using water-soluble oil pastels, color in the puzzle shapes without allowing neighboring shapes to share the same color. • It is not necessary to color in the shapes thoroughly. • Using a wet paint brush, dissolve the color, and paint in the shapes. • Be sure to rinse out your brush before dipping into a different color.
Learning Objectives: • Learn about fish and how they are important. • Overlap and be able to make good, problem-solving judgments about line, flow, unity, and balance. • Learn about analogous color schemes and mixing for intermediary colors. • Learn about demonstrating discipline and good craft,- the care, concern, and attention to detail of an artwork.