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Portraits continued

Secondary Methods
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W Bloxs

on 23 February 2016

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Transcript of Portraits continued

Symmetry
: When one side of something balances out or mirrors the other.
Proportion:
How parts relate to one another with size and location.
Estimation
: Not an exact measurement or a rough calculation.
Portrait:
A picture, drawing of painting of a face.
Self-Portrait:
A portrait an artist creates of themselves.
Contour:
A line that represents the outline of a figure or a mass.
Review:
Blind Contour Drawing
. Warm up your eyes!
Why are self-portraits important?
Identity:
The distinct personality or traits
of an individual; individuality.
Self-Portrait Drawing
Pablo Picasso
age:19

self-portrait
Pablo Picasso
age:91

self-portrait
Kehinde Wiley
May 2011
Ellen Gallagher 2005
Jean-Paul Basquait
1977-1988
Vincent van Gogh
1889
1887
Chuck Close 2000-2001
Ms. Bloxsom
Age:17
Frida Kaloe
1941
Andy Warhol
1964
Heikki Leis
2012

high-school
monochromatic self portraits
Monochromatic:
Containing or using only one color.

Highlight:
the most intense illumination of a form.

Mid-Tone:
Tonal value mid-way between highlight and shadow i.e. 50% grey

Shadow:
darkest portions of a picture.

Always start with your face "map"!
1. First pick a composition! Head must take up at least 1/2 of your page- the bigger the easier it is
What shape does your face look like?
These are a little extreme... you get the idea.
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