The video below shows how to create step 1 for our movement page using watercolors and a straw for interesting effects!
The next steps for completing the Movement altered book page is on the video below!
Check out these samples below more more ideas:
Option #1: Newspaper--- use the newspaper to fill in the negative space of the background. Beware not to have to many colors, or if you do have colors, use all the same color to unify the background. Think about using the same size shape and/or negative space.
Option #2-- Colored Magazine pages:
---Use various colors to create an Ombre effect such as the ones below.
---Use various colors to create repeating shapes in the background.
---Be sure to have a PLAN and a COLOR SCHEME!!! Below are some that didn't really have a plan for the background and the backgrounds are not as strong.
Students will create a Pen and Ink self portrait. They will choose which pen and ink techniques they will use after practicing in their sketchbook pages. They will then add a background with strategic magazine or newspaper collage.
Printing the image
When you have picked out your image, be sure to save the image to your number. (click This PC if you can't find your number)
Then, when you are ready to print,
1. open up your number
2. click on the photo you want to print.
3. click Share at the top of the window
4. click print (print to the 1401 printer. This is black and white and is better for trying to create black and white images.)
Today we will be learning about what we can do for our skeleton backgrounds. We have created two separate options, bubble printmaking and an experimental process where we bled marker onto coffee filters to collage as a background.
You will next cut out your completed shaded skeleton and lay it out on BOTH backgrounds to decide what you like best.