Geometric Object Graphite Value Drawing with Zinger
Problem to Solve: Apply your knowledge and skills of creating proportion, perspective, value range, hard edges, soft edges, and value gradations to create an illusion of a three-dimensional environment on a two-dimensional surface.
This project helped me greatly with my self portrait. This taught me value placement and edges
You as who?
Drawing Problem to Solve: Apply your knowledge and skills of drawing to create a realistic self-portrait of you imitating a chosen individual. You are in charge of choosing someone to imitate, preparing your props and facial expressions for the camera, and executing a unique artwork.
This project was a display of everything I have learned.
Social Comment for Public View: Pick a social cause that you feel strongly about and design an image to communicate your position on the issue. This is an opinion piece; it should express a view and try to persuade the audience (our class).
This didn't really learn anything. Just struggled with how to get my point across.
Bully ball: Use the clues in this paragraph to help you draw your own interpretation of the story within one image/page.
I learned that it is harder to be creative when given very specific guidelines.
Problem to Solve: Create a dynamic composition by making the combination of that noun, verb, and adjective your emphasis.
This project gave me a laugh. Didn't learn much though.
Problem to Sove: Draw yourself as a cartoon character as if you were also in the TV show, movie, etc. Draw yourself in the same style as the animator did by repeating his/her visual schemas. (Example: Phineas has a triangle head, so draw your head in the shape of a triangle)
Road runner is the best. Although, this taught me nothing.
Home: With whom, where, or with what do you feel most at "home"?
In this project I learned my true definition of home.