Final exam review starts Today! Make sure your

Final exam review starts  Today! Make sure your

Final exam review starts Today! Make sure your pencil is sharpened and ready to go! YOUR FINAL EXAM IS June 14

You must bring two pencils with working erasers! What is TEXTURE? State Learning Objective Key th Concepts 6 Grade Art

Texture State Learning Objective Key Concept - Texture: Students will learn how texture be used to enhance an artwork Actual Texture Actual Texture: Actual Texture is texture that you can see with your eyes and you could actually feel it with your fingers. Actual texture has a surface quality that may be described as rough, smooth, bumpy, squishy, or spiky etc. In the photographs below, the moss has a soft texture, the tree bark has a rough

texture, and the porcupine has a spiky texture! Animals are often defined by their actual texture, such as a fuzzy kitten. This photograph of shows the actual texture of a scaly iguana. Renaissance artist Titian painted Portrait of Man in Red Cap by creating a

texture similar to fur using loose brushstrokes to create a texture. Implied Texture Implied Texture: Implied texture is texture that you can see but not feel. Objects and artworks with implied texture look like they might have the tactile surface quality that you can observe with your eyes, but when you actually touch the surface, it is not textural at all,

or has a different texture than it appears to have. This butterfly seems like it might have a rough texture, but if you were to touch its wings, they would probably be quite smooth. The seashells also look

like they might have a ridged texture, but if you were to really touch them, they would probably be smoother than you would expect. Implied texture is

created by the lines repeating. Cataract 3, Bridget Riley, 1967. The actual texture of this painting is smooth, despite the variety of actual textures of the actual parts of the diner he was painting. Ralph's Diner, Ralph Goings, 1982.

REVIEW ! Actual Texture The feeling of the texture in surfaces around the room

Implied Texture The texture looks as if you can feel it but its not really there! State Learning Objective Key Concept 6th Grade: Cropping DEFINITION: Cropping is used in art to remove

extra parts of an image; frequently used in life drawing/painting and Photography Why do Artists CROP their artwork? **Crop to add action or interest Creative or unusual cropping adds interest to ordinary images. Showing just a portion of the main subject creates mystery. Breaking part of the picture

out of the box (such as removing all or part of the background) can give movement to a stationery image. Why do artists, like painters and photographers, and graphic/computer artists crop images? **Crop the background.

Remove busy or unnecessary background clutter that draws attention away from the main subject. **Crop to show what's important. Change the focus of the photograph or emphasize specific portions of an

image by cropping out less important or less desirable people or objects. Crop to change the orientation. Go from a square or horizontal picture to vertical image by cropping out the top or bottom or sides. Changing the shape can change the focus of the photograph, create impact, and make a photo better fit the layout. Crop to create uniform images.

Bring order and uniformity to a collection of images in varied sizes by cropping them so that each retains the same overall look, size, and orientation. Use a combination of cropping and resizing to create better mug shots. During a drawing lesson in art class, the art teacher would set up a still life of lets say 10 objects. You would probably be expected to draw 3-5 objectsso you would CROP what you see from your seat and draw that.

Cropping Exercise: 1. Divide your paper by folding to create four equal boxes. In these boxes you will draw your composition. 2. Draw a more interesting version of each of these images below by zooming and cropping. 3. When you are done with each drawing draw an

arrow to show the light source. Image I 3 minutes Image II 3 minutes Image III 3 minutes

Image IV Color Theory When you read the Color Wheel, what do you find out? Warm Colors

Cool Colors Primary Colors: PRIMARY COLOR MUSIC VIDEO The three main colors on the color wheel. These colors can

not be made by mixing other colors together. Red/Magenta Yellow Blue/ Cyan

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SaNgiI7BO ys Secondary Colors: The three colors produced when two primary colors are mixed. Orange

Green Purple/violet Tertiary Colors: The colors produced when a primary is mixed with the secondary color NEXT to it on the color wheel. There is ALWAYS 2 colors in its

name. The PRIMARY color is always first. Red Orange Red

violet Red/Orange Red/Violet http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZSvkAHvx Wr4v

Complementary colors: Colors that are opposite on the color wheel Red- Green Yellow- Purple

Blue- Orange http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=GAfqaJ7xdRw&fe ature=related Color Theory Videos Primary Color Blues

Color Wheel Math Warm Colors and Cool Colors ROY G BIV - They Might Be Giants Music Video Claymation Color Mixing WARM COLORS Yellow, orange, and red

are called warm colors. Appear hot like the sun or like fire Give feelings of gaiety, activity or cheerfulness Appear to advance-they make body look larger Can give a nervous impression if overdone o o

C s r o l o C

l Blue, green, and purple are often labeled cool colors. Remind us of water or sky Give feelings of quietness or restfulness

Appear to recede and make body look smaller Can be depressing if overdone Emotional Qualities of Color http://www.mariaclaudiacortes.com/ CONTRAST

Definition: (noun) - contrast refers to the arrangement of opposite elements of design in a piece of art so as to create visual interest, excitement and drama. Straight vs. wavy line , light vs. dark colors, rough vs. smooth textures, large vs. small shapes, etc.) The colors white and black provide the greatest degree of contrast. Complementary colors also highly contrast with one another.

An artist can employ contrast as a tool, to direct the viewer's attention to a particular point of interest within the piece. Always use the Art Elements to describe how its used in a PRINT of an artwork: a) Lines. Are they straight, curved, swirling, jagged, diagonal, vertical, horizontal, continuous, broken, heavy, thin, dark, light? Do they occur at edges where color, value or texture changes suddenly? Are there lines that direct your attention from one place to another?

b) Colors. Are they warm, cook, bright, dull, opaque, and transparent? Are they like colors you see in the real world, or different from real world colors? Is there a dominant color? Are there related colors? c) Values. Are the colors dark? Light? Both? Are there strong contrasts of dark/light? Are there soft contrasts of dark/Light? d) Shapes. Are shapes realistic, unrealistic, or not representational? Do shapes appear flat or do they appear to have depth (roundness)? Are they

geometric (squares, triangles, circles)? Are they organic (curved and irregular edges)? e) Textures. Are they visible in the artwork? Where? Dont confuse texture with patterns like checkerboard, stripes, and polka dots. f) Contrast light vs. dark, big vs. small, fat vs. skinny, etc. DIFFERENCES g) Movement. If movement is suggested in the work, is it due to: alternating shapes; figures and other life forms doing something; repetition of one thing after another;

What is a print? A print is a reproduction, or copy, of an original art work. DESCRIPTION: Using the Elements of Art

below , describe this print, by Andy Warhol. I see.. The artist created.. LINE SHAPE

CONTRAST EMPHASIS COLOR ANALYSIS: Tell us HOW the artist used the Elements of Art in

your description. EXPLAIN, EXPLAIN, EXPLAINpoint out WHERE this is happening in the print. MOVEMENT PATTERN

UNITY DESCRIPTION: Describe the PRINT, by Katsushika Hokusai I see.. The artist created.. LINE SHAPE

CONTRAST EMPHASIS COLOR http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f0t0WPH

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Rough in the shape of object with SIMPLE SHAPES Define outline and details Adding value and color How to draw with basic shapes Just by using a few simple shapes you can learn to draw literally anything you want to! Every object you look at around you - a house, animal, a face, boat, mountain,

tree and so on can easily be constructed by using one or a combination of just five BASIC shapes. All you need is a square, circle, triangle, oblong and oval just like these! Practice Time! c Try a sketchy approach. MOVE YOUR ARM not your wrist and fingers. Draw circles and ovals for two minutes Draw a basic cubes using the 2 square approach

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Adding value and color PRACTICE and REVIEW Lets look at this dog and draw it to look as much like this drawing as possible! Dr aw Me

! Dog Drawing Tutorial Step 1: Rough in the shape of object with SIMPLE SHAPES Start be drawing a rectangular shape for dog's head and a circle for his upper body and shoulders. Dog Drawing Tutorial Step 1: Rough in the shape of object with SIMPLE SHAPES Connect the head shape to the upper body with some gentle curves. Add a circle to

place the hips. Dog Drawing Tutorial Step 1: Rough in the shape of object with SIMPLE SHAPES Now here is where it really starts looking like a dog. Add some triangle shapes for the ears and nose. Give your dog drawing a tail. Dog Drawing Tutorial Step 2: Define outline and details Follow the drawing carefully to draw dog paws and legs. A dog's back legs bend differently than

the front legs. To draw a cute dog give a big smile with his tongue hanging out. If you want a mean dog make him frown or show some teeth. Draw a hump for your dogs eye and another hump for the brow ridge. Dog Drawing Tutorial Step 2: Define outline and details Outline your sketch and erase the shapes you used to establish your skeleton. refine your the edges of your dog drawing as you clean it up. While you are at it, go ahead and give your dog a collar and a dog tag.

Dog Drawing Tutorial Step 3: Adding value , color and/or life-like details Using a marker or pencil, darken in the dogs nose, eye, and areas of shadow. You can add some spots to your dog if you wish.

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