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Power Doodle

Intro to Art's introduction to value and space.
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Matthew Kimmel

on 18 January 2015

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Power Doodle
Jim Tansley
"abstract drawing"
10"x10"
Jim Tansley
"abstract drawing"
10"x10"
Jim Tansley
"abstract drawing"
10"x10"
Value Scale
Smooth Gradient
Cube
Cylinder
Sphere
Cone
Pyramid
Hemisphere
Ribbon
Overlapping
Diminishing Size
Diminishing Detail
Atmospheric Perspective
Student Work
Space
An object in space will look closer if it overlaps another.
Objects in space get smaller the further away they move from the viewer. For example, the people across the room look smaller than those across the table. Here, the red circle looks closer because it is bigger.
The amount of detail the eye can distinguish at a distance is significantly less than the same object at close range. For example, in this picture the detail of the painted surface of the spiral quickly diminishes as it moves into the distance.
Colors and shadows become lighter as they move into the distance. Dust floating in the air can absorb or redirect light as it travels. Greater distances means more dust between us and the object. Therefore, the more atmospheric dust the light needs to pass through to reach our eye the less light we have to interpret the features of the object. These mountains are not different colors, simply greater quantities of dust prevent us from seeing the true colors in the distance.
Objectives for the final drawing:
Draw a border: 3/4 - 1 inch
Demonstrate all four aspects of space
Demonstrate value responding to a light source
Demonstrate texture
All objects must be abstract and non-representational, i.e. no letters, numbers, hearts, kitties, etc.
Color is optional
lines:
broken.
organic lines.
implied line.
geometric line.
weighted line.
expressive lines.
vertical lines.
horizontal lines.
Cross Hatching
Stipling
Hatching
Smooth
Value
Positive vs. Negative Space
Texture
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