Tuesday, 21 January 2014

History of Art.


Working with... Colour Wheel

      A different way of working with the Colour Wheel.  You will not use colours or paint this time, but magazines, scissors and glue.

Go for it!!!!


Monday, 20 January 2014

What is Abstract Art?


How to draw a Portrait.

T. Matthews explains us how to draw a Portrait,


 and the most common mistakes we make.



Check the drawing and a real face:

Beautiful Oops.

Watch the  Beautiful Oops video, by Barney Saltzberg.



What happens when you:
  • torn a paper,
  • spill paint,
  • bent paper,
  • dripp paint,
  • etc.

How to draw...

The Blue Tadpole Studio.  How to draw: Robots, a Frog, a Panda, and more things are easily explained in this blog. Check it out.

Choose the one you like and do it at home as an extra drawing!!!!

Roll a ....

I've found this resource in internet:


The product description says:
        "This game is played individually with a dice. The students roll the dice and draw the appropriate part to create portraits in the style of Pablo Picasso. After rolling the dice 4 times your students will have completed a portrait in the style of a Master Artist. After completing one, the students can start the game over.
        The possibilities are endless with this fun resource. The students will love playing the game in your class and it submerges them into the style of Picasso. I use this game in my elementary art classroom and the students love it! They even ask to play it when they are finished with other assignments. My students were experts on Picasso's style after playing. Don't miss this opportunity to engage your students in a whole new way!"


And, there are more versions of this Art Game: check this Pinterest.


 Have Fun!!!

Monday, 13 January 2014

Symmetry and printing.

Today we are going to work with symmetry and temperas. 
 The material we will need is:
  • Temperas
  • Paper
  • Brushes
Important: You can only paint on one side of the paper. If the tempera got dry, paint again on the same spot, never on the stamped one. The interesting effect is to see the difference between one side and the other.

1. You will fold your paper in half, and then draw just the half of an image on it. Before the tempera dries you will fold the paper and press, so the tempera will transfer to the other half of the paper and make a whole image!!!
Pau
Joan P.
Ainoha R.
Beatriz Medina

Emelin Reyna
 2. You will fold the paper in half and draw any image you want. Once you fold the paper you will have a duplicate of your drawing. This technique is interesting for abstract paintings.

Laura
Luz MarĂ­a