Sunday, 27 September 2015

Frottage

    It is a technique in the visual arts of obtaining textural effects or images by placing a piece of paper on top of a rough surface and then rubbing over it, as with a pencil, charcoal, etc.
    For example: a coin, a key, etc.
The Escapee. Max Ernst, 1926
     It was developed by Max Ernst in 1925. Ernst was inspired by an ancient wooden floor where the grain of the wood had been accentuated by many years of scrubbing. The patterns of the graining suggested strange images to him. He captured these by laying sheets of paper on the floor and then rubbing over them with a soft pencil. 


STUDENT'S WORK EXAMPLES
Original drawing given to students

 

Carme Fuster

Friday, 25 September 2015

Working with... Lines I

Onofre C. Martí
Original drawings made with lines
Leandro Marín
Miquel Nebot


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Xesca G.


Sunday, 20 September 2015

Monday, 7 September 2015

Head Construction

Pep Lluis

Pep Lluis

Underwater World


Draw a picture of the world you could find under the seas:
  • animals (fishes, sea star, mollusks, etc.)
  • plants
  • people snorkling or scuba diving
  • a treasure or a flotsam
  • rocks
  • trash
  • etc.
STUDENTS EXAMPLES
Vanesa Poza
Diego P.
Timo Kesler