1. Lesson 2 Introduction to Facial Proportion and Portrait Portfolio Assignment #1
2. Last Class 3. Last Class 4. Last ClassI found I could say things with color and shapes that I couldn't say any other way - things I had no words for. - Georgia O'KeeffeThe elements and principles of art are the language of art! They replicate the visual world in which we live. The way we see a room, table, or sunset, involves these components of art. This is why they are important. 5. Common Mistakes 6. Activity 1 - Worksheets Partner up with one of your peers. Pink Handout Follow the directions at the bottomr of the worksheet - use a ruler to measure your partners face following Lines A, B, C, and D Worksheet 2 Following the guidelines on the pink worksheet, complete the face by adding its features in the correct, proportionate location. 7. Activity 2 Observational PortraitsWith your partner, complete 2 portrait sketches 1 frontal view, 1 side view. Take turns being the sitter and the recorder (10 minute intervals) Remember Focus on getting accurate proportions .. Dont get hung up on details! 8. Wes Namanhttp://www.kvue.com/news/Sticky-tape-portraits-goviral-186786511.html 9. Portrait Assignment 1 Symbolism and Metaphor 10. Self-Portrait with Thorn Necklace and Hummingbird Frida Kahlo, 1940 11. Soft Self Portrait with Fried Bacon Salvador Dali, 1941 12. Working from a Photo 13. Next ClassGesture Drawing and Facial Features Working period: Develop portrait concept Begin taking photographs Projection and RecordingRemember: Sketchbooks!