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Art II

Practice Three-Point Perspective
Finish practice on Three-Point Perspective
Three Point Perspective Project:
Using the techniques we practiced, compose a scene using Three-Point Perspective
- There must be evidence of the use of three vanishing points and a horizon line
- All objects must be in perspective, with reference to said vanishing points
- Due Monday, September 5th
Work on Three-Point Perspective Project, due Monday, September 5th
Sketchbook Check
Sketches for Power Amulet:
Choose a symbol which you believe can symbolize strength
Draw at least one sketch of that symbol as a pendant to be 3D printed and worn
Begin designing 3D model of Amulet in TinkerCad. 
Due Friday, September 9th 
Click this link to get to .svg converter
Work on amulet
Sketchbook Check
Amulet Due
Figure drawing review: poses 
Figure drawing review: poses
D&D Figure Painting
Choose one race and one class, and combine them into a painting, complete with scenery
- must include the entire body
- in color, using either acrylic, watercolor, or digital
- must have scenery surrounding character
Due Tuesday, September 19th
Work on D&D painting
Sketchbook check
Work on D&D painting
 
Work on D&D paintings
D&D Paintings Due
Design your dream car
-We will look at examples of the ugliest cars ever made. Students will then design their own cars in TinkerCad and then we will 3D print them. The only requirement is that the design must be an automobile.
Files will be due Friday, September 23rd.
Work on 3D cars.
3D car files due
Sketchbook Check
Begin Pixel Art
-Choose a photo
-Go to the following site:
choose "8 tablets" and follow directions from there
- Download .pdf and use that as a guide, putting the image you selected on graph paper.
-Due Friday, October 7th
 
work on pixel art
 
work on pixel art
work on pixel art
work on pixel art
sketchbook check
Work on Pixel Art. First four panels due Friday, October 7th for Project Grade.
Work on Pixel Art. First four panels due Friday, October 7th for Project Grade.
Work on Pixel Art. First four panels due Friday, October 7th for Project Grade.
Work on Pixel Art. First four panels due Friday, October 7th for Project Grade.
First four panels due for Project Grade.
Work on Pixel Art
Progress will be checked on Friday. Must have at least six panels done for test grade.
Work on Pixel Art
Progress will be checked on Friday. Must have at least six panels done for test grade.
Work on Pixel Art
Progress will be checked on Friday. Must have at least six panels done for test grade.
Work on Pixel Art
Progress will be checked on Friday. Must have at least six panels done for test grade.
Progress check on Pixel Art
Must have at least six panels finished for Test Grade.
Completed Pixel Art Due Friday, October 28th for Project Grade!
Completed Pixel Art Due Friday, October 28th for Project Grade!
Completed Pixel Art Due Friday, October 28th for Project Grade!
Completed Pixel Art Due Friday, October 28th for Project Grade!
Pixel Art Due NOW for Project Grade!
Begin Surrealist Paintings
-I will discuss Surrealism with class. We will look at examples of Surrealist paintings from an exhibit at the Frist Art Museum
-Students will create a composition in the Surrealist Style 
- It can be a portrait, landscape, or any other style or subject
- It can be acrylic on canvas, watercolor on paper, or digital
- Due Friday, November 4th
Work on Surrealism Paintings
Work on Surrealism Paintings
Work on Surrealism Paintings
Surrealism painting due for project grade
Sketchbook check
Cubism 
- We will look at the work of Pablo Picasso, and then a closer look at Cubism
-Students will choose a subject, and then render it in the style of Analytical Cubism, and then Synthetic Cubism.
- Can be pen on paper, watercolor on paper, or digital
-Both will be due Thursday, November 10th
Election Day/ No School
Work on Cubism.
Sketchbook Check
Cubism Due
Veteran's Day/ No School
Roy Lichtenstein Pop Art
-We will look at the work of Roy Lichtenstein 
-Choose a panel from a comic book or comic strip, and paint a reproduction of it in his style. You can use a combination of solid colors and dots.
-Acrylic on canvas, Watercolor on Paper, Marker on Paper, or Digital
- Due Friday, November 18th for Project Grade
 
Work on Lichtenstein Pop Art 
-Choose a panel from a comic book or comic strip, and paint a reproduction of it in his style. You can use a combination of solid colors and dots.
-Acrylic on canvas, Watercolor on Paper, Marker on Paper, or Digital
- Due Friday, November 18th for Project Grade
Work on Lichtenstein Pop Art 
-Choose a panel from a comic book or comic strip, and paint a reproduction of it in his style. You can use a combination of solid colors and dots.
-Acrylic on canvas, Watercolor on Paper, Marker on Paper, or Digital
- Due Friday, November 18th for Project Grade
Work on Lichtenstein Pop Art 
-Choose a panel from a comic book or comic strip, and paint a reproduction of it in his style. You can use a combination of solid colors and dots.
-Acrylic on canvas, Watercolor on Paper, Marker on Paper, or Digital
- Due Friday, November 18th for Project Grade
 Lichtenstein Pop Art Due Today
-Choose a panel from a comic book or comic strip, and paint a reproduction of it in his style. You can use a combination of solid colors and dots.
-Acrylic on canvas, Watercolor on Paper, Marker on Paper, or Digital
- Due Today for Project Grade
Begin painting 
-Acrylic on canvas
- any subject
- due Wednesday, November 30th
Work on painting
-Acrylic on canvas
- any subject
- due Wednesday, November 30th
Work on painting
-Acrylic on canvas
- any subject
- due Wednesday, November 30th
Work on painting
-Acrylic on canvas
- any subject
- due Wednesday, November 30th
Paintings Due Today
Introduction to Warhol and Basquiat
-We will look at a powerpoint about the collaboration between Andy Warhol and Jean-Michele Basquiat
-Students will work in teams of two, collaborating on one composition
-One will work in Warhol's style, while the other will work in Basquiat's style
-Students can use acrylic, watercolor, pencil, marker, crayon, or collage. Magazines will be available for collage. 
-Work will be due Tuesday, December 6th
 
Warhol/Basquiat Project
-Students will work in teams of two, collaborating on one composition
-One will work in Warhol's style, while the other will work in Basquiat's style
-Students can use acrylic, watercolor, pencil, marker, crayon, or collage. Magazines will be available for collage. 
-Work will be due Tuesday, December 6th
Warhol/Basquiat Project
-Students will work in teams of two, collaborating on one composition
-One will work in Warhol's style, while the other will work in Basquiat's style
-Students can use acrylic, watercolor, pencil, marker, crayon, or collage. Magazines will be available for collage. 
-Work will be due Tuesday, December 6th
Warhol/Basquiat Project Due Today
-Students will work in teams of two, collaborating on one composition
-One will work in Warhol's style, while the other will work in Basquiat's style
-Students can use acrylic, watercolor, pencil, marker, crayon, or collage. Magazines will be available for collage. 
 
Unusual Perspective
-Choose an object, location, or person to use as inspiration. Consider the standard view of this inspiration, then choose another element and how its perspective might be different from the norm. For example, looking at a flower from the human perspective provides one picture while looking at it from the perspective of the dirt provides a different image.
- Create a composition of this unique perspective with any medium you choose
- Due Wednesday, December 14th
Unusual Perspective
-Choose an object, location, or person to use as inspiration. Consider the standard view of this inspiration, then choose another element and how its perspective might be different from the norm. For example, looking at a flower from the human perspective provides one picture while looking at it from the perspective of the dirt provides a different image.
- Create a composition of this unique perspective with any medium you choose
- Due Wednesday, December 14th
Sketchbook Check
Unusual Perspective
-Choose an object, location, or person to use as inspiration. Consider the standard view of this inspiration, then choose another element and how its perspective might be different from the norm. For example, looking at a flower from the human perspective provides one picture while looking at it from the perspective of the dirt provides a different image.
- Create a composition of this unique perspective with any medium you choose
- Due Wednesday, December 14th
 
Unusual Perspective
-Choose an object, location, or person to use as inspiration. Consider the standard view of this inspiration, then choose another element and how its perspective might be different from the norm. For example, looking at a flower from the human perspective provides one picture while looking at it from the perspective of the dirt provides a different image.
- Create a composition of this unique perspective with any medium you choose
- Due Friday, December 14th
Unusual Perspective
-Choose an object, location, or person to use as inspiration. Consider the standard view of this inspiration, then choose another element and how its perspective might be different from the norm. For example, looking at a flower from the human perspective provides one picture while looking at it from the perspective of the dirt provides a different image.
- Create a composition of this unique perspective with any medium you choose
- Due Wednesday, December 14th
Unusual Perspective due today!
Final Exams
 
Final Exams
Today we will go over the syllabus and see a video about a forensic sculptor.
Creatures Game
Follow prompts from the four cards to create a creature of your own design.
This will count as a sketch for a final composition to be completed later.
Creatures Test
Using the sketch(es) from yesterday, create a composition in full color, using either marker, colored pencil, watercolor, or digital. This will be due Monday at the end of class.   
Begin daily sketchbook
Creatures Due
Introduction to blind contour drawing
Blind contour drawing quiz
Sketching still life.
We will do preliminary sketches for upcoming Still Life Project today, using the blind contour drawing techniques we practiced previously.
Begin work on still life project, which will be due Friday, January 20th.
Sketchbook Check today.
Work on Still Life
Work on Still Life
Still Life due for Project Grade
Sketchbook check
Design Packaging for a Video Game
- Game can be of any subject or genre
- Packaging must resemble packaging for a video game that would be played on a REAL console, past or present (ex. Atari 2600 or PS5). I recommend looking up examples of console game cases or boxes for whichever console you choose. 
- Include a written page that describes your game. Have fun with it! We aren't coding, so the game doesn't have to even be playable.
- Color needed for drawing. Remember: you are trying to make the game look appealing, even if it's not. 
- No screenshot needed, just the packaging and a written description.
Due Friday, January 27th
Design Packaging for a Video Game
- Game can be of any subject or genre
- Packaging must resemble packaging for a video game that would be played on a REAL console, past or present (ex. Atari 2600 or PS5). I recommend looking up examples of console game cases or boxes for whichever console you choose. 
- Include a written page that describes your game. Have fun with it! We aren't coding, so the game doesn't have to even be playable.
- Color needed for drawing. Remember: you are trying to make the game look appealing, even if it's not. 
- No screenshot needed, just the packaging and a written description.
Due Friday, January 27th
Design Packaging for a Video Game
- Game can be of any subject or genre
- Packaging must resemble packaging for a video game that would be played on a REAL console, past or present (ex. Atari 2600 or PS5). I recommend looking up examples of console game cases or boxes for whichever console you choose. 
- Include a written page that describes your game. Have fun with it! We aren't coding, so the game doesn't have to even be playable.
- Color needed for drawing. Remember: you are trying to make the game look appealing, even if it's not. 
- No screenshot needed, just the packaging and a written description.
Due Friday, January 27th
Design Packaging for a Video Game
- Game can be of any subject or genre
- Packaging must resemble packaging for a video game that would be played on a REAL console, past or present (ex. Atari 2600 or PS5). I recommend looking up examples of console game cases or boxes for whichever console you choose. 
- Include a written page that describes your game. Have fun with it! We aren't coding, so the game doesn't have to even be playable.
- Color needed for drawing. Remember: you are trying to make the game look appealing, even if it's not. 
- No screenshot needed, just the packaging and a written description.
Due Monday, January 30th
Sketchbook Check
Video Game Packaging design due for Project Grade.
 
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Google Doodle Contest
- Create a Google Doodle for the Google site. We will look at examples
- The theme/prompt is "I am grateful for..."
- Your Google Doodles will be due Tuesday, February 7th
 
Click the link for more info:
Google Doodle Contest
- Create a Google Doodle for the Google site. We will look at examples
- The theme/prompt is "I am grateful for..."
- Your Google Doodles will be due Tuesday, February 7th
 
Click the link for more info:
Google Doodle Contest
- Create a Google Doodle for the Google site. We will look at examples
- The theme/prompt is "I am grateful for..."
- Your Google Doodles will be due Tuesday, February 7th
 
Click the link for more info:
Sketchbook Check
 
Google Doodle Contest
- Create a Google Doodle for the Google site. We will look at examples
- The theme/prompt is "I am grateful for..."
- Your Google Doodles will be due Tuesday, February 7th
 
Click the link for more info:
Amulet Project
- Choose a symbol that, you believe, embodies power and/or protection
- Today, we will draw sketches for that amulet and create TinkerCad accounts, if necessary.
 
 
 
Using your sketches from yesterday, create a 3D model of your amulet. This will be due Tuesday, February 14th.
Sketchbook Check
Work on your amulet in TinkerCad. It will be due Tuesday, February 14th.
Work on your amulet in TinkerCad. It will be due Tuesday, February 14th.
Amulets due today. Download if from TinkerCad as an .stl file and email it to me.
Practice Three-Point Perspective
Three Point Perspective Project:
Using the techniques we practiced, compose a scene using Three-Point Perspective
- There must be evidence of the use of three vanishing points and a horizon line
- All objects must be in perspective, with reference to said vanishing points
 
Due Tuesday, February 21st 
Sketchbook Check
 
Three Point Perspective Project:
Using the techniques we practiced, compose a scene using Three-Point Perspective
- There must be evidence of the use of three vanishing points and a horizon line
- All objects must be in perspective, with reference to said vanishing points
 
Due Wednesday, February 22nd
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Three Point Perspective Due
Fantasy Art
- We will look at examples of work from the Brothers Hildebrandt as well as other fantasy artists.
-You will create a central figure that is a combination of one race and one class. You will choose a race here:
and a class here:
-The central figure will be placed in a scene of your choosing. Your compsition MUST have a BACKGROUND.
- Can be done in ANY medium you wish, and can be in color or not.
- Due Tuesday, February 28th
Fantasy Art
- We will look at examples of work from the Brothers Hildebrandt as well as other fantasy artists.
-You will create a central figure that is a combination of one race and one class. You will choose a race here:
and a class here:
-The central figure will be placed in a scene of your choosing. Your compsition MUST have a BACKGROUND.
- Can be done in ANY medium you wish, and can be in color or not.
- Due Tuesday, February 28th
Fantasy Art
- We will look at examples of work from the Brothers Hildebrandt as well as other fantasy artists.
-You will create a central figure that is a combination of one race and one class. You will choose a race here:
and a class here:
-The central figure will be placed in a scene of your choosing. Your compsition MUST have a BACKGROUND.
- Can be done in ANY medium you wish, and can be in color or not.
- Due Tuesday, February 28th
Fantasy Art
- We will look at examples of work from the Brothers Hildebrandt as well as other fantasy artists.
-You will create a central figure that is a combination of one race and one class. You will choose a race here:
and a class here:
-The central figure will be placed in a scene of your choosing. Your compsition MUST have a BACKGROUND.
- Can be done in ANY medium you wish, and can be in color or not.
- Due TODAY
Introduction to Collage
 
We will look at the collage works of Henri Matisse, as well as other collage artists.
Using any medium they can find, students will compose their own collages. These will be due Wednesday, March 8th for a Project Grade.
 
Using any medium they can find, students will compose their own collages. These will be due Wednesday, March 8th for a Project Grade.
Using any medium they can find, students will compose their own collages. These will be due Wednesday, March 8th for a Project Grade.
Using any medium they can find, students will compose their own collages. These will be due Wednesday, March 8th for a Project Grade.
Using any medium they can find, students will compose their own collages. These will be due Wednesday, March 8th for a Project Grade.
Using any medium they can find, students will compose their own collages. These will be DUE TODAY for a Project Grade.
Today we will look at pictures of ugly cars. We will discuss what features makes these cars ugly. Afterwards, you will begin to draw sketches of what you think would make an attractive car. These sketches will be used to design a 3D model tomorrow.
Sketchbook check
Begin 3D design cars in TinkerCad.
3D Models due Friday, March 24th
Continue work on  3D design cars in TinkerCad.
3D Models due Friday, March 24th
Continue work on  3D design cars in TinkerCad.
3D Models due Friday, March 24th
Continue work on  3D design cars in TinkerCad.
3D Models due Friday, March 24th
Finish 3D design cars in TinkerCad.
3D Models due Monday.
3D modeled cars due TODAY. Download as an .stl file and send to me via email.
You have designed your own car; now you need to create an advertisement for it.
-Design a one-page ad, like you might see in a magazine, for your car.
-Think of a catchy slogan, and/or celebrity endorsement.
- Remember what you have been taught in the past about advertising.
- Use ANY medium you wish
- Due Friday, March 31st
You have designed your own car; now you need to create an advertisement for it.
-Design a one-page ad, like you might see in a magazine, for your car.
-Think of a catchy slogan, and/or celebrity endorsement.
- Remember what you have been taught in the past about advertising.
- Use ANY medium you wish
- Due Friday, March 31st
You have designed your own car; now you need to create an advertisement for it.
-Design a one-page ad, like you might see in a magazine, for your car.
-Think of a catchy slogan, and/or celebrity endorsement.
- Remember what you have been taught in the past about advertising.
- Use ANY medium you wish
- Due Friday, March 31st
You have designed your own car; now you need to create an advertisement for it.
-Design a one-page ad, like you might see in a magazine, for your car.
-Think of a catchy slogan, and/or celebrity endorsement.
- Remember what you have been taught in the past about advertising.
- Use ANY medium you wish
- Due TODAY
Painting with the Fibonacci Spiral and Golden Spiral
- We will review Fibonacci Spirals and Golden Ratios
- Afterwards, you will paint on canvas an original composition that will incorporate the Fibonacci Spiral and is arranged in such a way that it adheres to the proportions of the Golden Ratio. We will look at examples of art that took the Golden ratio into consideration.
-Due Thursday, April 13th
 
Painting with the Fibonacci Spiral and Golden Spiral
- We will review Fibonacci Spirals and Golden Ratios
- Afterwards, you will paint on canvas an original composition that will incorporate the Fibonacci Spiral and is arranged in such a way that it adheres to the proportions of the Golden Ratio. We will look at examples of art that took the Golden ratio into consideration.
-Due Friday, April 14th
 
Painting with the Fibonacci Spiral and Golden Spiral
- We will review Fibonacci Spirals and Golden Ratios
- Afterwards, you will paint on canvas an original composition that will incorporate the Fibonacci Spiral and is arranged in such a way that it adheres to the proportions of the Golden Ratio. We will look at examples of art that took the Golden ratio into consideration.
-Due Friday, April 14th
Painting with the Fibonacci Spiral and Golden Spiral
- We will review Fibonacci Spirals and Golden Ratios
- Afterwards, you will paint on canvas an original composition that will incorporate the Fibonacci Spiral and is arranged in such a way that it adheres to the proportions of the Golden Ratio. We will look at examples of art that took the Golden ratio into consideration.
-Due Friday, April 14th
Sketchbook Check
 
Painting with the Fibonacci Spiral and Golden Spiral
- We will review Fibonacci Spirals and Golden Ratios
- Afterwards, you will paint on canvas an original composition that will incorporate the Fibonacci Spiral and is arranged in such a way that it adheres to the proportions of the Golden Ratio. We will look at examples of art that took the Golden ratio into consideration.
-Due Friday, April 14th
Painting with the Fibonacci Spiral and Golden Spiral
- We will review Fibonacci Spirals and Golden Ratios
- Afterwards, you will paint on canvas an original composition that will incorporate the Fibonacci Spiral and is arranged in such a way that it adheres to the proportions of the Golden Ratio. We will look at examples of art that took the Golden ratio into consideration.
-Due Friday, April 14th
Painting with the Fibonacci Spiral and Golden Spiral
- We will review Fibonacci Spirals and Golden Ratios
- Afterwards, you will paint on canvas an original composition that will incorporate the Fibonacci Spiral and is arranged in such a way that it adheres to the proportions of the Golden Ratio. We will look at examples of art that took the Golden ratio into consideration.
-Due Friday, April 14th
EOC Testing
EOC Testing
Introduction to Roy Lichtenstein
-We will look at examples of his work and discuss
- Choose a panel from an actual comic book. It can be from an actual paper copy or be taken from an image found online.
-Can be either acrylic on canvas or digital. MUST BE IN COLOR.- Use dots of color for lightest areas, solid color for darker areas, and a combination of solid and dots for darkest areas or for mixing colors.
- Chosen comic panel can be your inspiration, but you can make modifications as you wish.
-Due Friday, April 28th
 
Introduction to Roy Lichtenstein
-We will look at examples of his work and discuss
- Choose a panel from an actual comic book. It can be from an actual paper copy or be taken from an image found online.
-Can be either acrylic on canvas or digital. MUST BE IN COLOR.- Use dots of color for lightest areas, solid color for darker areas, and a combination of solid and dots for darkest areas or for mixing colors.
- Chosen comic panel can be your inspiration, but you can make modifications as you wish.
-Due Friday, April 28th
EOC Testing
Introduction to Roy Lichtenstein
-We will look at examples of his work and discuss
- Choose a panel from an actual comic book. It can be from an actual paper copy or be taken from an image found online.
-Can be either acrylic on canvas or digital. MUST BE IN COLOR.- Use dots of color for lightest areas, solid color for darker areas, and a combination of solid and dots for darkest areas or for mixing colors.
- Chosen comic panel can be your inspiration, but you can make modifications as you wish.
-Due Friday, April 28th
Introduction to Roy Lichtenstein
-We will look at examples of his work and discuss
- Choose a panel from an actual comic book. It can be from an actual paper copy or be taken from an image found online.
-Can be either acrylic on canvas or digital. MUST BE IN COLOR.- Use dots of color for lightest areas, solid color for darker areas, and a combination of solid and dots for darkest areas or for mixing colors.
- Chosen comic panel can be your inspiration, but you can make modifications as you wish.
-Due Friday, April 28th
Introduction to Roy Lichtenstein
-We will look at examples of his work and discuss
- Choose a panel from an actual comic book. It can be from an actual paper copy or be taken from an image found online.
-Can be either acrylic on canvas or digital. MUST BE IN COLOR.- Use dots of color for lightest areas, solid color for darker areas, and a combination of solid and dots for darkest areas or for mixing colors.
- Chosen comic panel can be your inspiration, but you can make modifications as you wish.
-Due Friday, April 28th
Introduction to Roy Lichtenstein
-We will look at examples of his work and discuss
- Choose a panel from an actual comic book. It can be from an actual paper copy or be taken from an image found online.
-Can be either acrylic on canvas or digital. MUST BE IN COLOR.- Use dots of color for lightest areas, solid color for darker areas, and a combination of solid and dots for darkest areas or for mixing colors.
- Chosen comic panel can be your inspiration, but you can make modifications as you wish.
-Due Friday, April 28th
Introduction to Roy Lichtenstein
-We will look at examples of his work and discuss
- Choose a panel from an actual comic book. It can be from an actual paper copy or be taken from an image found online.
-Can be either acrylic on canvas or digital. MUST BE IN COLOR.- Use dots of color for lightest areas, solid color for darker areas, and a combination of solid and dots for darkest areas or for mixing colors.
- Chosen comic panel can be your inspiration, but you can make modifications as you wish.
-Due Today for Project Grade
Introduction to Warhol and Basquiat
-We will look at a powerpoint about the collaboration between Andy Warhol and Jean-Michele Basquiat
-Students will work in teams of two, collaborating on one composition
-One will work in Warhol's style, while the other will work in Basquiat's style
-Students can use acrylic, watercolor, pencil, marker, crayon, or collage. Magazines will be available for collage. 
-Work will be due Tuesday, May 9th
Introduction to Warhol and Basquiat
-We will look at a powerpoint about the collaboration between Andy Warhol and Jean-Michele Basquiat
-Students will work in teams of two, collaborating on one composition
-One will work in Warhol's style, while the other will work in Basquiat's style
-Students can use acrylic, watercolor, pencil, marker, crayon, or collage. Magazines will be available for collage. 
-Work will be due Tuesday, May 9th
Introduction to Warhol and Basquiat
-We will look at a powerpoint about the collaboration between Andy Warhol and Jean-Michele Basquiat
-Students will work in teams of two, collaborating on one composition
-One will work in Warhol's style, while the other will work in Basquiat's style
-Students can use acrylic, watercolor, pencil, marker, crayon, or collage. Magazines will be available for collage. 
-Work will be due Tuesday, May 9th
Introduction to Warhol and Basquiat
-We will look at a powerpoint about the collaboration between Andy Warhol and Jean-Michele Basquiat
-Students will work in teams of two, collaborating on one composition
-One will work in Warhol's style, while the other will work in Basquiat's style
-Students can use acrylic, watercolor, pencil, marker, crayon, or collage. Magazines will be available for collage. 
-Work will be due Tuesday, May 9th
Sketchbook Check
 
Introduction to Warhol and Basquiat
-We will look at a powerpoint about the collaboration between Andy Warhol and Jean-Michele Basquiat
-Students will work in teams of two, collaborating on one composition
-One will work in Warhol's style, while the other will work in Basquiat's style
-Students can use acrylic, watercolor, pencil, marker, crayon, or collage. Magazines will be available for collage. 
-Work will be due Tuesday, May 9th

Introduction to Warhol and Basquiat
-We will look at a powerpoint about the collaboration between Andy Warhol and Jean-Michele Basquiat
-Students will work in teams of two, collaborating on one composition
-One will work in Warhol's style, while the other will work in Basquiat's style
-Students can use acrylic, watercolor, pencil, marker, crayon, or collage. Magazines will be available for collage. 
-Work will be due Tuesday, May 9th
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Introduction to Warhol and Basquiat
-We will look at a powerpoint about the collaboration between Andy Warhol and Jean-Michele Basquiat
-Students will work in teams of two, collaborating on one composition
-One will work in Warhol's style, while the other will work in Basquiat's style
-Students can use acrylic, watercolor, pencil, marker, crayon, or collage. Magazines will be available for collage. 
-Work will be due Friday, May 12th
Introduction to Warhol and Basquiat
-We will look at a powerpoint about the collaboration between Andy Warhol and Jean-Michele Basquiat
-Students will work in teams of two, collaborating on one composition
-One will work in Warhol's style, while the other will work in Basquiat's style
-Students can use acrylic, watercolor, pencil, marker, crayon, or collage. Magazines will be available for collage. 
-Work will be due Friday, May 12th
Introduction to Warhol and Basquiat
-We will look at a powerpoint about the collaboration between Andy Warhol and Jean-Michele Basquiat
-Students will work in teams of two, collaborating on one composition
-One will work in Warhol's style, while the other will work in Basquiat's style
-Students can use acrylic, watercolor, pencil, marker, crayon, or collage. Magazines will be available for collage. 
-Work will be due Friday, May 12th
Introduction to Warhol and Basquiat
-We will look at a powerpoint about the collaboration between Andy Warhol and Jean-Michele Basquiat
-Students will work in teams of two, collaborating on one composition
-One will work in Warhol's style, while the other will work in Basquiat's style
-Students can use acrylic, watercolor, pencil, marker, crayon, or collage. Magazines will be available for collage. 
-Work will be due Friday, May 12th
Unusual Perspective
-Choose an object, location, or person to use as inspiration. Consider the standard view of this inspiration, then choose another element and how its perspective might be different from the norm. For example, looking at a flower from the human perspective provides one picture while looking at it from the perspective of the dirt provides a different image.
- Create a composition of this unique perspective with any medium you choose
- Due Friday, May 20
Unusual Perspective
-Choose an object, location, or person to use as inspiration. Consider the standard view of this inspiration, then choose another element and how its perspective might be different from the norm. For example, looking at a flower from the human perspective provides one picture while looking at it from the perspective of the dirt provides a different image.
- Create a composition of this unique perspective with any medium you choose
- Due Due Friday, May 20
Unusual Perspective
-Choose an object, location, or person to use as inspiration. Consider the standard view of this inspiration, then choose another element and how its perspective might be different from the norm. For example, looking at a flower from the human perspective provides one picture while looking at it from the perspective of the dirt provides a different image.
- Create a composition of this unique perspective with any medium you choose
- Due Friday, May 20
Unusual Perspective
-Choose an object, location, or person to use as inspiration. Consider the standard view of this inspiration, then choose another element and how its perspective might be different from the norm. For example, looking at a flower from the human perspective provides one picture while looking at it from the perspective of the dirt provides a different image.
- Create a composition of this unique perspective with any medium you choose
- Due Friday, May 20
Unusual Perspective
-Choose an object, location, or person to use as inspiration. Consider the standard view of this inspiration, then choose another element and how its perspective might be different from the norm. For example, looking at a flower from the human perspective provides one picture while looking at it from the perspective of the dirt provides a different image.
- Create a composition of this unique perspective with any medium you choose
- Due Friday, May 20
I will read a poem to the class and each student will draw a composition inspired by the poem. 
These will be due by the end of class Tuesday, August 8th for a Quiz Grade.
Poem Composition Due by end of class for quiz grade.
Creatures Game
- I draw 5 cards
-Combine the three Creature cards into ONE animal
-The Habitat card tells you what type of background to draw for your creature
-I will also draw a 5th card for an added detail that must be incorporated.
Due for Test Grade by the end of class Friday, August 11th
Work on Creatures, which are due Friday
Creatures due for test grade
Sketchbook Check
Sketching Still Life for Painting Project. Here we will make a pencil sketch which will be the foundation for a painting of a still life.
 
Begin painting still life on canvas with acrylic. Due Friday, August 18th for Project Grade.
 Painting still life on canvas with acrylic. Due Friday, August 18th for Project Grade.
 Painting still life on canvas with acrylic. Due Friday, August 18th for Project Grade.
Sketchbook Check
Still Life Painting Due.
Practice Three-Point Perspective
Practice Three-Point Perspective
Three Point Perspective Project:
Using the techniques we practiced, compose a scene using Three-Point Perspective
- There must be evidence of the use of three vanishing points and a horizon line
- All objects must be in perspective, with reference to said vanishing points
- Due Friday, August 25th for a test grade
Three Point Perspective Project:
Using the techniques we practiced, compose a scene using Three-Point Perspective
- There must be evidence of the use of three vanishing points and a horizon line
- All objects must be in perspective, with reference to said vanishing points
- Due Friday, August 25th for a test grade
Sketchbook Check
Three-Point Perspective due for test grade
Practice Four-Point Perspective
More Practice on Four-Point Perspective, if needed.
Create composition in Four Point Perspective. Due Friday, September 1st for test grade
Create composition in Four Point Perspective. Due Friday, September 1st for test grade
Sketchbook Check
Four Point Perspective Test Due
D&D Figure Painting
Choose one race and one class, and combine them into a painting, complete with scenery
- must include the entire body
- in color, using either acrylic, watercolor, or digital
- must have scenery surrounding character
-Due Friday, September 8th for a project grade
D&D Figure Painting
Choose one race and one class, and combine them into a painting, complete with scenery
- must include the entire body
- in color, using either acrylic, watercolor, or digital
- must have scenery surrounding character
-Due Friday, September 8th for a project grade
D&D Figure Painting
Choose one race and one class, and combine them into a painting, complete with scenery
- must include the entire body
- in color, using either acrylic, watercolor, or digital
- must have scenery surrounding character
-Due Friday, September 8th for a project grade
Sketchbook Check
 
D&D Figure Painting
Choose one race and one class, and combine them into a painting, complete with scenery
- must include the entire body
- in color, using either acrylic, watercolor, or digital
- must have scenery surrounding character
-Due today for a project grade
Extra time on D&D paintings, as needed
Design your dream car
-We will look at examples of the ugliest cars ever made. Students will then design their own cars in TinkerCad and then we will 3D print them. The only requirement is that the design must be an automobile.
Files will be due Thursday, September 21st
Design your dream car
-We will look at examples of the ugliest cars ever made. Students will then design their own cars in TinkerCad and then we will 3D print them. The only requirement is that the design must be an automobile.
Files will be due Thursday, September 21st
Design your dream car
-We will look at examples of the ugliest cars ever made. Students will then design their own cars in TinkerCad and then we will 3D print them. The only requirement is that the design must be an automobile.
Files will be due Thursday, September 21st
Design your dream car
-We will look at examples of the ugliest cars ever made. Students will then design their own cars in TinkerCad and then we will 3D print them. The only requirement is that the design must be an automobile.
Files will be due Thursday, September 21st
Design your dream car
-We will look at examples of the ugliest cars ever made. Students will then design their own cars in TinkerCad and then we will 3D print them. The only requirement is that the design must be an automobile.
Files will be due Thursday, September 21st
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Design your dream car
-We will look at examples of the ugliest cars ever made. Students will then design their own cars in TinkerCad and then we will 3D print them. The only requirement is that the design must be an automobile.
Files will be due Thursday, September 21st
Design your dream car
-We will look at examples of the ugliest cars ever made. Students will then design their own cars in TinkerCad and then we will 3D print them. The only requirement is that the design must be an automobile.
Files will be due Thursday, September 21st
Design your dream car
-We will look at examples of the ugliest cars ever made. Students will then design their own cars in TinkerCad and then we will 3D print them. The only requirement is that the design must be an automobile.
Files will be due Today
Sketchbook Check
 
Begin printing and painting cars.
Begin Surrealist Paintings
-I will discuss Surrealism with class. We will look at examples of Surrealist paintings from an exhibit at the Frist Art Museum
-Students will create a composition in the Surrealist Style 
- It can be a portrait, landscape, or any other style or subject
- It can be acrylic on canvas, watercolor on paper, or digital
- Due Friday, September 29th
Begin Surrealist Paintings
-I will discuss Surrealism with class. We will look at examples of Surrealist paintings from an exhibit at the Frist Art Museum
-Students will create a composition in the Surrealist Style 
- It can be a portrait, landscape, or any other style or subject
- It can be acrylic on canvas, watercolor on paper, or digital
- Due Friday, September 29th
Begin Surrealist Paintings
-I will discuss Surrealism with class. We will look at examples of Surrealist paintings from an exhibit at the Frist Art Museum
-Students will create a composition in the Surrealist Style 
- It can be a portrait, landscape, or any other style or subject
- It can be acrylic on canvas, watercolor on paper, or digital
- Due Friday, September 29th
Begin Surrealist Paintings
-I will discuss Surrealism with class. We will look at examples of Surrealist paintings from an exhibit at the Frist Art Museum
-Students will create a composition in the Surrealist Style 
- It can be a portrait, landscape, or any other style or subject
- It can be acrylic on canvas, watercolor on paper, or digital
- Due Friday, September 29th
Sketchbook Check
 
Surrealist Paintings Due
Water lily painting, day one
Finish Water Lily Painting
Cubism 
- We will look at the work of Pablo Picasso, and then a closer look at Cubism
-Students will choose a subject, and then render it in the style of Analytical Cubism, and then Synthetic Cubism.
- Can be pen on paper, watercolor on paper, or digital
- Due Friday, October 6th
Cubism 
- We will look at the work of Pablo Picasso, and then a closer look at Cubism
-Students will choose a subject, and then render it in the style of Analytical Cubism, and then Synthetic Cubism.
- Can be pen on paper, watercolor on paper, or digital
- Due Friday, October 6th
Cubism 
- We will look at the work of Pablo Picasso, and then a closer look at Cubism
-Students will choose a subject, and then render it in the style of Analytical Cubism, and then Synthetic Cubism.
- Can be pen on paper, watercolor on paper, or digital
- Due Today
Roy Lichtenstein Pop Art
-We will look at the work of Roy Lichtenstein 
-Choose a panel from a comic book or comic strip, and paint a reproduction of it in his style. You can use a combination of solid colors and dots.
-Acrylic on canvas, Watercolor on Paper, Marker on Paper, or Digital
- Due Friday, October 20th for Project Grade
Roy Lichtenstein Pop Art
-We will look at the work of Roy Lichtenstein 
-Choose a panel from a comic book or comic strip, and paint a reproduction of it in his style. You can use a combination of solid colors and dots.
-Acrylic on canvas, Watercolor on Paper, Marker on Paper, or Digital
- Due Friday, October 20th for Project Grade
Roy Lichtenstein Pop Art
-We will look at the work of Roy Lichtenstein 
-Choose a panel from a comic book or comic strip, and paint a reproduction of it in his style. You can use a combination of solid colors and dots.
-Acrylic on canvas, Watercolor on Paper, Marker on Paper, or Digital
- Due Friday, October 20th for Project Grade
Roy Lichtenstein Pop Art
-We will look at the work of Roy Lichtenstein 
-Choose a panel from a comic book or comic strip, and paint a reproduction of it in his style. You can use a combination of solid colors and dots.
-Acrylic on canvas, Watercolor on Paper, Marker on Paper, or Digital
- Due Friday, October 20th for Project Grade
Roy Lichtenstein Pop Art
-We will look at the work of Roy Lichtenstein 
-Choose a panel from a comic book or comic strip, and paint a reproduction of it in his style. You can use a combination of solid colors and dots.
-Acrylic on canvas, Watercolor on Paper, Marker on Paper, or Digital
- Due Today for Project Grade
Lite Brite Pop Art
Each student will be assigned a Lite Brite Pop Art set and I will demonstrate how to use it.
Then, each  student will choose a pattern and fill it in with corresponding pegs.
Each student will need to bring six (6) AA batteries 
Students will get a classwork grade each day that we work on this
Lite Brite Pop Art
Each student will be assigned a Lite Brite Pop Art set and I will demonstrate how to use it.
Then, each  student will choose a pattern and fill it in with corresponding pegs.
Each student will need to bring six (6) AA batteries 
Students will get a classwork grade each day that we work on this
Lite Brite Pop Art
Each student will be assigned a Lite Brite Pop Art set and I will demonstrate how to use it.
Then, each  student will choose a pattern and fill it in with corresponding pegs.
Each student will need to bring six (6) AA batteries 
Students will get a classwork grade each day that we work on this
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Lite Brite Pop Art
Each student will be assigned a Lite Brite Pop Art set and I will demonstrate how to use it.
Then, each  student will choose a pattern and fill it in with corresponding pegs.
Each student will need to bring six (6) AA batteries 
Students will get a classwork grade each day that we work on this
Sketchbook Check
Lite Brite Pop Art
Each student will be assigned a Lite Brite Pop Art set and I will demonstrate how to use it.
Then, each  student will choose a pattern and fill it in with corresponding pegs.
Each student will need to bring six (6) AA batteries 
Students will get a classwork grade each day that we work on this
Extra day fo finish Pop Art Lite Brite
Lite Brite Picture Project
Each student will choose a picture to make into a pixel art piece with our Lite Brite sets. 
After students choose their subjects, they will follow me as I demonstrate how to make the chosen picture into a plan for use on the Lite Brite sets.
Due for a Project Grade .
These pictures will be displayed in the classroom after completion.
 
Lite Brite Picture Project
Each student will choose a picture to make into a pixel art piece with our Lite Brite sets. 
After students choose their subjects, they will follow me as I demonstrate how to make the chosen picture into a plan for use on the Lite Brite sets.
Due for a Project Grade .
These pictures will be displayed in the classroom after completion.
 
Lite Brite Picture Project
Each student will choose a picture to make into a pixel art piece with our Lite Brite sets. 
After students choose their subjects, they will follow me as I demonstrate how to make the chosen picture into a plan for use on the Lite Brite sets.
Due for a Project Grade .
These pictures will be displayed in the classroom after completion.
 
Lite Brite Picture Project
Each student will choose a picture to make into a pixel art piece with our Lite Brite sets. 
After students choose their subjects, they will follow me as I demonstrate how to make the chosen picture into a plan for use on the Lite Brite sets.
Due for a Project Grade .
These pictures will be displayed in the classroom after completion.
 
Lite Brite Picture Project
Each student will choose a picture to make into a pixel art piece with our Lite Brite sets. 
After students choose their subjects, they will follow me as I demonstrate how to make the chosen picture into a plan for use on the Lite Brite sets.
Due for a Project Grade .
These pictures will be displayed in the classroom after completion.
 
Due for a Project Grade Monday, November 13th
 
Lite Brite Picture Project
Each student will choose a picture to make into a pixel art piece with our Lite Brite sets. 
After students choose their subjects, they will follow me as I demonstrate how to make the chosen picture into a plan for use on the Lite Brite sets.
Due for a Project Grade .
These pictures will be displayed in the classroom after completion.
 
Due for a Project Grade Monday, November 13th
 
Lite Brite Picture Project
Each student will choose a picture to make into a pixel art piece with our Lite Brite sets. 
After students choose their subjects, they will follow me as I demonstrate how to make the chosen picture into a plan for use on the Lite Brite sets.
Due for a Project Grade .
These pictures will be displayed in the classroom after completion.
 
Due for a Project Grade Monday, November 13th
 
Lite Brite Picture Project
Each student will choose a picture to make into a pixel art piece with our Lite Brite sets. 
After students choose their subjects, they will follow me as I demonstrate how to make the chosen picture into a plan for use on the Lite Brite sets.
Due for a Project Grade .
These pictures will be displayed in the classroom after completion.
 
Due for a Project Grade Monday, November 13th
 

Lite Brite Picture Project
Each student will choose a picture to make into a pixel art piece with our Lite Brite sets. 
After students choose their subjects, they will follow me as I demonstrate how to make the chosen picture into a plan for use on the Lite Brite sets.
Due for a Project Grade .
These pictures will be displayed in the classroom after completion.
 
Due for a Project Grade Monday, November 13th
 
Design Packaging for a Video Game
- Game can be of any subject or genre
- Packaging must resemble packaging for a video game that would be played on a REAL console, past or present (ex. Atari 2600 or PS5). I recommend looking up examples of console game cases or boxes for whichever console you choose. 
- Include a written page that describes your game. Have fun with it! We aren't coding, so the game doesn't have to even be playable.
- Color needed for drawing. Remember: you are trying to make the game look appealing, even if it's not. 
- No screenshot needed, just the packaging and a written description.
Due Friday, November 17th
Design Packaging for a Video Game
- Game can be of any subject or genre
- Packaging must resemble packaging for a video game that would be played on a REAL console, past or present (ex. Atari 2600 or PS5). I recommend looking up examples of console game cases or boxes for whichever console you choose. 
- Include a written page that describes your game. Have fun with it! We aren't coding, so the game doesn't have to even be playable.
- Color needed for drawing. Remember: you are trying to make the game look appealing, even if it's not. 
- No screenshot needed, just the packaging and a written description.
Due Friday, November 17th
Design Packaging for a Video Game
- Game can be of any subject or genre
- Packaging must resemble packaging for a video game that would be played on a REAL console, past or present (ex. Atari 2600 or PS5). I recommend looking up examples of console game cases or boxes for whichever console you choose. 
- Include a written page that describes your game. Have fun with it! We aren't coding, so the game doesn't have to even be playable.
- Color needed for drawing. Remember: you are trying to make the game look appealing, even if it's not. 
- No screenshot needed, just the packaging and a written description.
Due Friday, November 17th
Design Packaging for a Video Game
- Game can be of any subject or genre
- Packaging must resemble packaging for a video game that would be played on a REAL console, past or present (ex. Atari 2600 or PS5). I recommend looking up examples of console game cases or boxes for whichever console you choose. 
- Include a written page that describes your game. Have fun with it! We aren't coding, so the game doesn't have to even be playable.
- Color needed for drawing. Remember: you are trying to make the game look appealing, even if it's not. 
- No screenshot needed, just the packaging and a written description.
Due Friday, November 17th
Unusual Perspective
-Choose an object, location, or person to use as inspiration. Consider the standard view of this inspiration, then choose another element and how its perspective might be different from the norm. For example, looking at a flower from the human perspective provides one picture while looking at it from the perspective of the dirt provides a different image.
- Create a composition of this unique perspective with any medium you choose
- Due Tuesday, November 21st for a test grade
Unusual Perspective
-Choose an object, location, or person to use as inspiration. Consider the standard view of this inspiration, then choose another element and how its perspective might be different from the norm. For example, looking at a flower from the human perspective provides one picture while looking at it from the perspective of the dirt provides a different image.
- Create a composition of this unique perspective with any medium you choose
- Due today for a test grade
Introduction to Warhol and Basquiat
-We will look at a powerpoint about the collaboration between Andy Warhol and Jean-Michele Basquiat
-Students will work in teams of two, collaborating on one composition
-One will work in Warhol's style, while the other will work in Basquiat's style
-Students can use acrylic, watercolor, pencil, marker, crayon, or collage. Magazines will be available for collage. 
-Work will be due Friday, December 1st
Introduction to Warhol and Basquiat
-We will look at a powerpoint about the collaboration between Andy Warhol and Jean-Michele Basquiat
-Students will work in teams of two, collaborating on one composition
-One will work in Warhol's style, while the other will work in Basquiat's style
-Students can use acrylic, watercolor, pencil, marker, crayon, or collage. Magazines will be available for collage. 
-Work will be due Friday, December 1st
Introduction to Warhol and Basquiat
-We will look at a powerpoint about the collaboration between Andy Warhol and Jean-Michele Basquiat
-Students will work in teams of two, collaborating on one composition
-One will work in Warhol's style, while the other will work in Basquiat's style
-Students can use acrylic, watercolor, pencil, marker, crayon, or collage. Magazines will be available for collage. 
-Work will be due Friday, December 1st
Introduction to Warhol and Basquiat
-We will look at a powerpoint about the collaboration between Andy Warhol and Jean-Michele Basquiat
-Students will work in teams of two, collaborating on one composition
-One will work in Warhol's style, while the other will work in Basquiat's style
-Students can use acrylic, watercolor, pencil, marker, crayon, or collage. Magazines will be available for collage. 
-Work will be due Friday, December 1st
Introduction to Warhol and Basquiat
-We will look at a powerpoint about the collaboration between Andy Warhol and Jean-Michele Basquiat
-Students will work in teams of two, collaborating on one composition
-One will work in Warhol's style, while the other will work in Basquiat's style
-Students can use acrylic, watercolor, pencil, marker, crayon, or collage. Magazines will be available for collage. 
-Work will be due Today
Sketches for Power Amulet:
Choose a symbol which you believe can symbolize strength
Draw at least one sketch of that symbol as a pendant to be 3D printed and worn
Begin designing 3D model of Amulet in TinkerCad. 
Due Friday,  December 8th
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Begin designing 3D model of Amulet in TinkerCad. 
Due Friday,  December 8th
Click this link to get to .svg converter
Begin designing 3D model of Amulet in TinkerCad. 
Due Friday,  December 8th
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Begin designing 3D model of Amulet in TinkerCad. 
Due Today
Send 3D printable file to me vis email
 
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Paint whatever you want on canvas or digital. Any Subject, Any Style. Due Wednesday for a Participation Grade.
Paint whatever you want on canvas or digital. Any Subject, Any Style. Due Wednesday for a Participation Grade.
Paint whatever you want on canvas or digital. Any Subject, Any Style. Due Today for a Participation Grade.
Choose a visual artist (painter, sculptor, illustrator, etc.)
Gather at least three facts about that visual artist.
Use this information for your Final Exam tomorrow, in which you will design, on paper, an action figure based on your chosen visual artist. 
Final Exam
Creatures Game
I will draw four cards: three creatures and an environment.
Combine all three creatures into one and place it in the  environment noted on the card.
Due Friday, January 5th for a test grade.
Creatures Game
I will draw four cards: three creatures and an environment.
Combine all three creatures into one and place it in the  environment noted on the card.
Due Friday, January 5th for a test grade.
Sketchbook check
 
Creatures Game
I will draw four cards: three creatures and an environment.
Combine all three creatures into one and place it in the  environment noted on the card.
Due today for a test grade.
Introduction to blind contour drawing
Sketching Still Life for Painting Project. Here we will make a pencil sketch which will be the foundation for a painting of a still life
Begin painting still life on canvas with acrylic. Due Friday, February 2nd for Project Grade.
Painting still life on canvas with acrylic. Due Friday, February 2nd for Project Grade.
Sketchbook Check
 
Painting still life on canvas with acrylic. Due Friday, February 2nd for Project Grade.
Painting still life on canvas with acrylic. Due Friday, February 2nd for Project Grade.
Painting still life on canvas with acrylic. Due Friday, February 2nd for Project Grade.
Painting still life on canvas with acrylic. Due Today for Project Grade.
Intro to Three-Point Perspective.
Three Point Perspective Project:
Using the techniques we practiced, compose a scene using Three-Point Perspective
- There must be evidence of the use of three vanishing points and a horizon line
- All objects must be in perspective, with reference to said vanishing points
- Due Friday, February 9th for a Test Grade
Three Point Perspective Project:
Using the techniques we practiced, compose a scene using Three-Point Perspective
- There must be evidence of the use of three vanishing points and a horizon line
- All objects must be in perspective, with reference to said vanishing points
- Due Friday, February 9th for a Test Grade
Three Point Perspective Project:
Using the techniques we practiced, compose a scene using Three-Point Perspective
- There must be evidence of the use of three vanishing points and a horizon line
- All objects must be in perspective, with reference to said vanishing points
- Due Friday, February 9th for a Test Grade
Sketchbook Check
 
Three Point Perspective Project:
Using the techniques we practiced, compose a scene using Three-Point Perspective
- There must be evidence of the use of three vanishing points and a horizon line
- All objects must be in perspective, with reference to said vanishing points
- Due Friday, February 9th for a Test Grade
Sketches for Power Amulet:
Choose a symbol which you believe can symbolize strength
Draw at least one sketch of that symbol as a pendant to be 3D printed and worn
Begin designing 3D model of Amulet in TinkerCad. 
Due Friday, February 16th 
Click this link to get to .svg converter
Begin designing 3D model of Amulet in TinkerCad. 
Due Friday, February 16th 
Click this link to get to .svg converter
Begin designing 3D model of Amulet in TinkerCad. 
Due Friday, February 16th 
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Sketchbook Check
 
Begin designing 3D model of Amulet in TinkerCad. 
Due Friday, February 16th 
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Lite Brite Picture Project
Each student will choose a picture to make into a pixel art piece with our Lite Brite sets. 
After students choose their subjects, they will follow me as I demonstrate how to make the chosen picture into a plan for use on the Lite Brite sets.
Due for a Project Grade .
These pictures will be displayed in the classroom after completion.
 
Due for a Project Grade Wednesday February 28th
 
Lite Brite Picture Project
Each student will choose a picture to make into a pixel art piece with our Lite Brite sets. 
After students choose their subjects, they will follow me as I demonstrate how to make the chosen picture into a plan for use on the Lite Brite sets.
Due for a Project Grade .
These pictures will be displayed in the classroom after completion.
 
Due for a Project Grade Wednesday February 28th
 
Lite Brite Picture Project
Each student will choose a picture to make into a pixel art piece with our Lite Brite sets. 
After students choose their subjects, they will follow me as I demonstrate how to make the chosen picture into a plan for use on the Lite Brite sets.
Due for a Project Grade .
These pictures will be displayed in the classroom after completion.
 
Due for a Project Grade Wednesday February 28th
 
 
Sketchbook Check
Lite Brite Picture Project
Each student will choose a picture to make into a pixel art piece with our Lite Brite sets. 
After students choose their subjects, they will follow me as I demonstrate how to make the chosen picture into a plan for use on the Lite Brite sets.
Due for a Project Grade .
These pictures will be displayed in the classroom after completion.
 
Due for a Project Grade Wednesday February 28th
 
 
Lite Brite Picture Project
Each student will choose a picture to make into a pixel art piece with our Lite Brite sets. 
After students choose their subjects, they will follow me as I demonstrate how to make the chosen picture into a plan for use on the Lite Brite sets.
Due for a Project Grade .
These pictures will be displayed in the classroom after completion.
 
Due for a Project Grade Wednesday February 28th
 
Lite Brite Picture Project
Each student will choose a picture to make into a pixel art piece with our Lite Brite sets. 
After students choose their subjects, they will follow me as I demonstrate how to make the chosen picture into a plan for use on the Lite Brite sets.
Due for a Project Grade .
These pictures will be displayed in the classroom after completion.
 
Due for a Project Grade Wednesday February 28th
 
Lite Brite Picture Project
Each student will choose a picture to make into a pixel art piece with our Lite Brite sets. 
After students choose their subjects, they will follow me as I demonstrate how to make the chosen picture into a plan for use on the Lite Brite sets.
Due for a Project Grade .
These pictures will be displayed in the classroom after completion.
 
Due for a Project Grade Wednesday February 28th
 
D&D Figure Painting
Choose one race and one class, and combine them into a painting, complete with scenery
- must include the entire body
- in color, using either acrylic, watercolor, or digital
- must have scenery surrounding character
Due Wednesday, March 6th
Sketchbook Check
 
D&D Figure Painting
Choose one race and one class, and combine them into a painting, complete with scenery
- must include the entire body
- in color, using either acrylic, watercolor, or digital
- must have scenery surrounding character
Due Wednesday, March 6th
D&D Figure Painting
Choose one race and one class, and combine them into a painting, complete with scenery
- must include the entire body
- in color, using either acrylic, watercolor, or digital
- must have scenery surrounding character
Due Friday, March 8th
D&D Figure Painting
Choose one race and one class, and combine them into a painting, complete with scenery
- must include the entire body
- in color, using either acrylic, watercolor, or digital
- must have scenery surrounding character
Due Friday, March 8th
D&D Figure Painting
Choose one race and one class, and combine them into a painting, complete with scenery
- must include the entire body
- in color, using either acrylic, watercolor, or digital
- must have scenery surrounding character
Due Friday, March 8th
D&D Figure Painting
Choose one race and one class, and combine them into a painting, complete with scenery
- must include the entire body
- in color, using either acrylic, watercolor, or digital
- must have scenery surrounding character
Due Friday, March 8th
Sketchbook Check
 
D&D Figure Painting
Choose one race and one class, and combine them into a painting, complete with scenery
- must include the entire body
- in color, using either acrylic, watercolor, or digital
- must have scenery surrounding character
Due Today