After watching the video, "How to Become a Professional Artist / Drawing Tips" comment on the following prompts:
What are 3 key suggestions to becoming a sucessful artist in drawing?
What is one thing aspiring artists can do to grow in their field?
Would you agree or disagree with this statement: "Good artists need to go to college to be successful." Explain your thinking.
Rubric 4 - All prompts are answered with clear, insightful, detailed responses. Responses connect on a personal level. 3 - All prompts are answered clearly. 2 - All prompts are partially clear. 1 - Only some of the prompts were attempted.
Directions With your partner, you are going to play "Artist & Witness". One person will play the role of "artist", while the other will play the role of "witness". The "artist", with supplies in hand, will prepare to draw the descriptions given by the "witness". The "witness" on the otherhand will receive a prompt or image from Manders to describe to the "artist". Witness Rules: You may not directly tell what the image is. You may only describe its characteristics (ie. shapes, line quality, textures, sizes, colors, etc.). You may not give clues - what it relates to or what it is associated with. Artist Rules: You have no rules! Your an aritst for Lansakes! Just draw! You are free to ask clarifying questions however. After each person has a chance to play each role, we will switch partners and repeat the game.
What is your opinion of the game? What emotions did you experiece while playing?
Explain a discovery or two you had after reflecting on how well you did during the game.
List 3 different things you learned from todays activities.
Directions Observe the still life set up of objects in the room. Do your best to render the objects by looking at the relationships, contours, and tones of the grouping. Try to fill up the space of the drawing surface. Take your time...go slow...breath...and have fun with it... Exercise Reflection
How did it feel to draw objects from life?
What was the most challenging part of the exercise?
Do you think your drawing is successful? Why or why not? If not, how do you think it could be improved?
Homework Assignment Look at Art Germs "Draw it Again" series. At home, through old sketchbooks, notebooks, anywhere!... find an old drawing you once created. Make note of when you think you drew it or how old you were. Redraw it now. How have you improved?
Directions Individually, go to Artprompts.org. Choose a series of drawings from a minimum of 5 prompts. Draw the prompts to the best of your ability. You must choose at least 4 prompts from different categories listed in Artprompts.org:
Then, with each of your individual drawings, you and your team will create and organize a collaborative collage or illustration that tells a story or depicts a common theme. The design layout, medium of choice and composition organization will be completely up to you to figure out as a group.
Show & Tell As a group, you will then be asked to share out the what, how, and why, of your creation.
"100 Somethings" Day 1...draw something...Day 2...draw an alteration of that something...Day 3...draw another version of that something; keep it the same but different...Day 4...draw a new version of that something you haven't yet thought of...Day 5...you get it...
...keep it going each day until the end of the trimester...