Create a two page spread that goes with your overall theme, but this time, include a creative "border" that matches the overall theme of the book. Also include some layering visual journaling techniques.
Option #4: How to make A Simple Sketchbook
Option #5: Patterned Pop Up photograph
Use a photograph that YOU have taken, print it out, and make it POP UP with these instructions!! Post your final image to your blog. (you may want to show a second photo at an angle of how it's popping up.) This can be in black and white, or color. You could also digitally manipulate the photograph first using the Pixlr App.
Option #6: Shadow Drawing
Take an object, and put it under a light source on a piece of paper. (indoors or sun for outdoors) Use your imagination and then turn that shadow into a drawing. Add additional details if needed! Photograph this (with original object, and post it to your blog.
Option #7: Mark-Making with Pen
Carefully read the task below and complete it in your sketchbook or other paper. Post to your blog when you are complete.
Option #8: Iain Macarthur inspired
Research British artist, Iain Macarthur and create a small portrait inspired by his work. This can be in your sketchbook or another small sheet of paper.
Option #3: Multiple views object drawing
Find something interesting around your house and draw at least six to nine various views of the object, cropped in so that there is little to no negative space showing. You can use whatever media that is convenient however, you must include VALUE! Below are some examples and the media varies from pencil and charcoal to watercolor and pen and ink. Please let me know if you have questions and be sure to post your final result onto the "D&P2 My Art" page on the blog.
Option #1: Pixlr APP
Option #2: Visual Journal with Corona Virus Prompt
Be sure to take photographs of the following artwork to post to your blog:
1. Continuous contour w/ watercolor
2. Continuous contour w/ background or blind contour
3. Watercolor Batik
4. Manic Monday-- water-soluble ink
5. Alphonse Mucha watercolor
6. Any finished altered book pages
7. Sketchbook images
** Pick your favorite/ best done pieces for the art show and hand in to Mrs. Denison.