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Homework: Have your perspective drawing almost finished in its final medium. Monday is the last day to work in class. 1. (Due Monday) Work on the final version of your perspective drawing shown in progress last week. A. Include elliptical shapes … Continue reading
I hope you enjoyed our trip to the NY Public Library! We will meet in our classroom on Monday and not at the Library. The location of our classroom tomorrow is at 113 University, room 1101. Examples of Mini-crit set-up … Continue reading
FINAL CRITIQUE OF MUSEUM TRYPTIC – Personal Exploration Through Sculptural and Personal Objects (Weds, February 21)
Finish and bring all parts of the project for the FINAL CRITIQUE (I am changing part of the syllabus listing as we will have the crit on Wednesday instead of working during class due to the holiday) ***HOMEWORK TO DO: is listed … Continue reading
For Week 4, Assignment 2: Museum and 4 Personal Objects Hand Drawing/Painting, Collage and Illustrator Drawing (2/14)
HOMEWORK for Wednesday TO DO: 1. Please have your positive/negative Illustrator drawing finished. Please use proper naming conventions: positive_negative_your name_di_sp18.ai 2. Complete a version with white objects on a black background and another image with black objects on a white background.negative_positive_your name_di_sp18.ai … Continue reading
HOMEWORK: Note: You will be working on most of the assignment during class on Monday. Positive/Negative drawing of your own objects and Museum piece (Use one of the thumbnails in your sketchbook and complete the hand drawing in letter = … Continue reading
HOMEWORK: TO DO: 1. Please complete the graphite drawing(s) of the four personal objects with the Brooklyn Museum sculpture added to the composition and narrative. In other words, you now have five objects in total. Finalize the image in pencil lines to … Continue reading