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2D Crazy Color Wheel

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2D Art I Crazy Color Wheel Project
Color Quotes Activity
You'll have 2 minutes at each table
Begin with the quote at your table
WRITE what you think the quote means
Build upon what others have written around each quote
Use the same color markers as you move around the room
Once you've visited each table, you should return to your table to see what others have written around your original quote
Look at their comments and be ready to discuss your table's quote with the class
Crazy Color Wheel
You will make a "crazy" color wheel using the object you brought from home
You will:
draw an object from observation
be able to place colors in the order of the color wheel
be able to place colors with the complementary color
Crazy Color Wheel Directions
On a blank page in your sketchbook:
Draw equal 6 sections using a protractor and a ruler
Sketch your object, centered from a bird's-eye view
Really look at your object, draw what you see (not what you know or think you see)
Pay attention to shapes, details, and patterns
Color the background using the order of primary/secondary colors on the color wheel
Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Purple
You can start with any section
Use different shades of each color both in the background and the object
Add lines/shapes/pattern to create interest!
Now color your object using the same color order, while matching up each color in the background with its complementary color
Crazy Color Wheel Project
Once I approve your sketch/color plan, you may get your final paper
Repeat these steps for your final project:
TAKE YOUR TIME, DO NOT RUSH
Draw your 6 equal sections
Sketch your object in pencil
Pay close attention to detail!
Color the background using the color wheel order (ROYGBP)
Color your object using the same color order, matching complementary colors
Betty Edwards
Best-Selling Book: "Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain"
Drawing upside down is an easy right-brain exercise that helps students recognize shapes and lines in a picture
The left side of the brain processes visual cues, interpreting them as familiar patterns and symbols
By turning the picture upside down, the image becomes unrecognizable, and the right side of the brain is forced to see the lines, shapes, and abstracted details, instead of the object as a whole

Vase Faces Activity
Picasso's Igor Stravinsky Activity
Pablo Picasso
** Add to artist/art movements section of your folder

(25 October 1881 – 8 April 1973) Spanish painter, sculptor, printmaker, ceramicist, and stage designer who spent most of his adult life in France
One of the greatest and most influential artists of the 20th century, know for:
co-founding the Cubist movement,
the invention of constructed sculpture
the co-invention of collage
the wide variety of styles that he helped develop and explore
The Old Guitarist, 1903,
oil on panel,
Depicts a man playing guitar on the streets of Barcelona, Spain, currently on display in the Art Institute of Chicago.
Guernica (1937), oil on canvas
A portrayal of the German bombing of Guernica during the Spanish Civil War: Museo Reina Sofia, Madrid, Spain
Chicago Picasso (1967) Donated by Picasso to the people of Chicago
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