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Unit 1: Illustrations - Drawing
Transcript of Unit 1: Illustrations - Drawing
Illustration is the foundation for two-dimensional artwork and enables artists to develop their basic skills.
Personal and Cultural Expression
Exploration to Develop:
Artistry, craft, creation, beauty
Students attain basic drawings skills through learning techniques and practice.
Examples of 2-D Artwork/Art Forms
Unit 1: Illustrations
Example of 3-D
Art is a skill!
It can be learned!
Skills are developed through repetition and practice!
Value -in Art
is the shading that adds
Example: Value added to a sphere
Draw gradually with short strokes
...about being an artist!
Practice drawing basic shapes in/for your IBMYP Visual Arts Journal.
Why are basic shapes important to art?
Write your answer in your IBMYP Visual Arts Journal.
After drawing a scale of value in/for your Visual Arts Journal,
on the importance and reasons for having value in drawings and sketches.
Practice what you've learned!
Choose an object from the classroom to draw in/for your Visual Arts Journal.
Write a reflection in your Journal about drawing this object.
1) Get two pieces of sketch paper from your teacher.
2) Choose two objects from ANYWHERE (at home, school, church, etc.) to draw.
3) Turn in your drawings to your
teacher for assessment.
Criteria and due dates will be announced!
The student will choose something of his/her choosing from real life (not a picture) to illustrate as his/her final project (Summative Assessment) for Unit 1.
The student must show his/her process for the illustration in his/her IBMYP Visual Arts Journal. That means planning, ideas, thoughts, practice drawings before the final artwork and a reflection.
The student will turn in his/her final work to the teacher in class.
The student must also turn in his/her IBMYP Visual Arts Journal in class or by e-mail: email@example.com
The due date for the Summative Assessment will be announced and is final. Late work under normal circumstances will NOT be accepted. If you cannot turn it in by the due date you must have a written note from your parents, doctor, etc.
End of Unit In-Class Discussion
Do artists use illustration techniques and skills before moving on to more complex forms of art?
How can learning illustration techniques develop our skills as artists?
Is learning illustration essential to becoming a well-skilled artist?
Thank you for your cooperation and participation during Unit 1!
Thank you very much!
Formative Assignment #1