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Value Project 1

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Julianne Giampapa

on 17 November 2015

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Our next element of art
Value Visual Journal
Mini Project 2:
Mini Project 3:
You now have the skills to create a great project using a textured mark to create an artwork based off of a gridded photograph.
Second Activity: Recognizing values and translating them to a larger scale.
Third Activity: You will learn to transfer (copy) value within an image using this ancient technique.
Final Project:
You are going to learn to control gradation of value through recreating a master work using pencils and a blending stump. First, you must choose between to master works. Next, go through square by square using a blending technique to match the value in the example master. Finally, when you have finished, cut out your value scale, master and recreation and paste them in your visual journal labeled
Value: Blending

Step 1: Choose between two masters.

Step 2: Make a value scale using the small value scale that matches the size of the squares in the empty grid.

Step 3: Re-create the values from the master into the empty grid.

Think about using different pencils to create a darker or lighter value within one work. Use the blending stump if your value looks divided/linear.
Value page 2: After watching the demonstration video, You will draw 5 3-D forms and shade them using a light source and techniques shown in the video (hatch/cross hatch, blending, rendering-- using an eraser, cross contour lines--lines going along the form, and a unique mark--use something other than scribbles. Make sure you draw where your light sources is coming from so you have a visual.
This is a great technique to learn to draw what you see. See where the lines/shapes hit the different parts of the individual square. Make sure you draw them exactly as they appear in the square example, on the empty square.
Choose an image that you are excited about. It is important that the image you work from is a motivating factor. If you don't care about your work it shows!
*You will draw a grid over top of that 8x10 image
*You will be able to simplify and identify the different values and draw them onto your final project
*You will be able to duplicate the observed values onto your final project using a unique mark, that will be repeated to show value.
Here are some examples of photographs that would work well...
Here are some very successful projects using this method...
Keep in mind these examples are using stippling, or cross hatching only. You will be using that concept but a repeating textured mark.
:The Lightness or darkness of an object
Review of todays tasks:
*You will complete 5 value scales

*cut them out and create a value visual journal spread including backgrounds and reflection of each value chart.

Draw a 1/2 inch grid over both images. Only observe and stipple one square at a time.
BONUS: If you complete this exercise, choose seven items to enlarge in your visual journal. For example, the squares are 1" x 1". Make seven 2" x 2" squares in your visual journal and draw what you see in these bigger squares. Add positive and negative space using texture.
Class project: value squares
Each person will receive a grid square to create the value you see with either india ink, charcoal or both. Each square will have a number. Once everyone is finished, we will put the squares in number order to see the final result! The project will be hung outside the art rooms in front of the library, so DO YOUR BEST!
AIP.8.1 the student will identify high and low keyed values
We are going to utilize our groups we chose on Thursday, December 11th. Today you will be handed squares that have differing values. Each square's value should be copied to the bigger scaled white paper. Pay close attention to the values within each square and use value scales created from the previous class, if needed.

First things first...divide the squares up evenly between group members.
Next, pay attention to the top, left and right side of the square (this will help during assembly when all squares are complete with values)
Finally, assemble your squares into a large composition and place in the display case assigned to your group in Commons 2.
AIP.8.1 the student will identify high and low keyed values

Option 1
Option 2
The goal is to have one complete during a class block. If you do not finish all three examples before Thanksgiving break, it will be homework.
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