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HOMEWORK: TO DO: Complete this task by Friday, March 17th at the latest. I am not giving you homework over the break so complete it before the break. Submit all color, black and white documents with any needed corrections from suggestions … Continue reading
Needless to say, you are all producing very successful coloring books. They were great to see! Your hard work is paying off. As a reward, I will bring snacks to our next class. HOMEWORK Arrive on time to avoid holding … Continue reading
Here is a simple step-by-step I made for you. I hope it helps if you are stuck when drawing and saving the patterns. CLICK HERE FOR THE LINK TO THE STEP-BY-STEP document for making patterns. ***STUDY THE HOMEWORK POST BELOW
TAKE THE TIME TO THOROUGHLY READ THE POST BELOW ALL THE WAY TO THE BOTTOM. USE the notes you took during class to apply tools and techniques I introduced, along with the handouts and video links below to help you complete … Continue reading
To clarify: I did not show you how to add mixed media to your final value project because I wanted to leave it open. Print out the value portion done in Illustrator. Save one print out to show in class. … Continue reading
For Week 4, Assignment 2: Museum and 4 Personal Objects Hand Drawing/Painting, Collage and Illustrator Drawing (2/15)
HOMEWORK for Wednesday TO DO: 1. Positive/Negative Illustrator drawing finished and placed in your folder on the drive along with your original hand drawing in jpeg format. Complete a version with white objects on a black background and another of the same image … Continue reading
HOMEWORK: Positive/Negative drawing of your own objects and Museum piece (Create 3-5 thumbnails in your sketchbook. Choose one and complete the hand drawing in letter = 8 1/2 x 11″ size. Scan the drawing and place it in the scan … Continue reading