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Pop Art techniques
Transcript of Pop Art techniques
Warhol Jackie Onasis
by Andy wARHOL and comics Whamm by Roy Lichtenstein http://www.artchive.com/artchive/L/lichtenstein/whaam.jpg.html Drowing girl by
Roy Lichtenstein Andy Warhol Was a big wig in the 60s art world flickr.com http://www.webexhibits.org/colorart/marilyns.html Andy warhol used images of people and used a 'posterised' effect
which reduced the number of colours or tones in each picture Ms Davidson have a go at this. http://www.melissaevans.com/tutorials/pop-art-inspired-by-lichtenstein/2 Roy Lichtenstein often used a comic style. He would create parts of the
image in pixels as though it had been over-enlarged. Woman with Hair Ribbon 1965 by Roy Lichtenstein http://www.aaronartprints.org/lichtenstein-girlwithhairribbon.php Crying Girl 1964 by
http://www.lichtensteinfoundation.org/3352.htm Detail Compare the subject matter and
the effects. Use an image of yourself created in Photobooth and apply the following.
A. a Warhol 'posterised effect'
B. a Lichtenstein 'dot' screen effect
C. an effect of choice. Your CHallenge