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Creating Value through shading!

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Lauren Cleary

on 18 July 2015

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Transcript of Creating Value through shading!

Turning Shapes into Forms
Value
Value
- lightness or darkness
of a color
By adding value to a shape,
we create a form.
Adding value is the same as shading.
+
=
a form
value scale
Does this have value?
Does this have light or dark values?
Does this have light or dark values?
What are all of these?
What about these?
Do you think this is a “good” drawing? Why or why not? Please discuss with your table members or think about it to yourself and be prepared to share your thoughts.
10
1
5
M. C. Escher
M. C. Escher
Smooth transitions between a wide range of values!!
Artist's Challenge
1. Create an even, smooth value scale.
2. Choose a shape to shade into a form.
1. How to hold your pencil & use blending stump
2. Practice
3. Basic Value Scale

4. Advanced Value Scale

The Grid Method
Take a photograph, or find one on Google images, with a wide range of values to use for your metaphorical self-portrait image.
Email image to me at Lauren.Cleary@StargateSchool.org. Follow directions to alter image in Photoshop.
Vincent van Gogh
Self-Portrait
1889
Leonardo da Vinci
Self-Portrait
1512-1515
1682
Reference picture has a 1" grid
Vertical/portrait picture
labeling
Horizontal/landscape
picture labeling
Ratio is 1:2
Reference picture is 8" x 10"
Drawing will be 16" x 20"
8" x 10"
10" x 8"
Drawing paper is 18" x 24"
Create 16" x 20" border (original 8" x 10")
Create a 2" border on top & bottom of paper

Horizontal/Landscape
Vertical/Portrait
Create a 1" border on top & bottom of paper
2 "
2"
1"
1"
2" border on left and right sides
Create a 1" border on left & right sides
2"
2"
1"
1"
INSIDE of the 16" x 20" frame
Create a 2" x 2" grid
2"
Mark every 2" from inside lines
This ensures your lines are straight!
2"
2"
2"
Start marking 2"
from INSIDE of the
16" x 20" frame

Draw the lines as
LIGHTLY
as possible! You will erase these lines when your drawing is complete!
Each of these examples has mistakes. Can you tell what they are?
You want to start with a broken point.
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