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3D Quilling Logo Project

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Exploring 3D Art
Quilling Logo Project

Directions
Sketch your ideas for your logo in your sketchbook
You should develop a basic 2D design, and then you'll use quilling paper to accent your design in your final project
Once you have a completed sketch, call me over to approve your design
I will give you your final paper
Sketch your design in pencil
FIRST work on filling in your background and 2D drawings
NEXT work with the quilling paper (3D) to accent your 2D design
Once you're finished, complete the self-assessment form and turn in your project

Quilling

Quilling (or paper filigree):
Art form that involves the use of strips of paper that are rolled, shaped, and glued together to create decorative designs.
The paper is wound around a quill to create a basic coil shape. The paper is then glued at the tip and these shaped coils are arranged to form flowers, leaves, and various ornamental patterns similar to ironwork.
Examples of Quilling
History of Quilling
During the Renaissance, French and Italian nuns and monks used quilling to decorate book covers and religious items. Quilling often imitated the original ironwork of the day.
Ironwork on the central portal of the western façade of Notre-Dame de Paris, France
Gate of the Winter Palace in St. Petersburg, Russia
Yulia Brodskaya

Russian-born artist (b. 1983 Moscow), who has quickly earned an international reputation for her innovative paper illustrations and continues to create beautifully detailed paper designs for clients all around the world using quilling techniques.
Quilling Logo Project
Learning Goal: Students will use non-traditional thinking and various techniques to create an original 3D artwork.
The assignment is to create a unique personal logo that combines quilling techniques with other materials (colored pencil, marker, pastels, etc.). You need to incorporate at least one of your initials somewhere in the design (first, last, both, full name, etc.)
Examples:
Brainstorming Activity
Stand up and pass ball around your table for each
category :
Favorite Movies
Favorite Books
Favorite Foods
Favorite Musicians
Favorite Animals
Favorite Sports Teams
Hobbies/Extracurricular Activities
Create a Bubble Map in Your Sketchbook
Quilling
Logo
Project
Favorite
Books
Favorite
Movies
Favorite
Foods
Favorite
Musicians
Favorite
Animals
Favorite
Sports
Teams
Hobbies
Other
Interests/
Talents
Quilling Logo Project Rubric & Self-Assessment
Using your quill (pencil, toothpick, wooden dowel, etc), wind the quilling paper into a basic coil.
Glue end of paper down
Then form the coil into one of the shapes above
Practice with
Basic Quilling Shapes
*** ADD TO VOCABULARY SECTION OF YOUR ART FOLDER***

Logo: A graphic mark or emblem commonly used by commercial enterprises, organizations and even individuals to aid and promote instant public recognition. Logos are either purely graphic (symbols/icons) or are composed of the name of the organization.
Logo
ELEMENT OF ART: Line
***ADD TO BOOK***
Line is the path of a point moving through space. It defines the position and direction of the design.
PRINCIPLE OF DESIGN:
VARIETY
*** ADD TO BOOK ***
Variety
: to change the character of an element, to make it different. Variety is needed to create visual interest.

Varying the elements creates variety. Ways to vary elements include:
Line
- thinness, thickness, value, color, angle, length
Shape
- size, color, orientation and texture, type
Color
- hue, value, saturation
Value
- darkness, lightness, high-key, low-key, contrast
Texture
- rough, smooth
Bellwork 9/10/15
What is Quilling?
Name a contemporary artist known for his/her quilling designs.
Bellwork 9/9/15
What is line?
Name 3 different types of lines
Bellwork 9/11/15
What is variety?
List 3 ways of creating variety in your artwork.
Bellwork 9/17/15
Describe your Quilling Logo design.
How does your logo represent your interests/personality?
BELLWORK 9/16/15
What is a logo?
List at least 3 logos that you see in this classroom (on clothing, backpacks, lunchboxes, posters, etc.)
http://lcmsartblog.blogspot.com/2014/09/3d-quilling-logo-project.html
Element of Art: SHAPE
An enclosed space that has length and width, and is two-dimensional; can be geometric (regular) or organic (freeform, irregular); created when a line is connected end-to-end.
Principle of Design:
Unity/Harmony
Achieved when all parts of a work of art combine to create a sense of oneness. Artists typically use repeated elements (shapes, colors, lines, etc.) to create this within a design.
U
N
I
T
Y
BELLWORK 9/3/15
WHAT ARE THE
8 PRINCIPLES
OF DESIGN?

BELLWORK 9/9/15
WHAT IS A SHAPE?
NAME THE TWO DIFFERENT TYPES OF SHAPES.
Bellwork 9/18/15
Name the artist you researched for your Week #4 art homework.
What type of art does he/she create?
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