Friday, 5 March 2021

Watercolour collage landscape


   After explaining the different watercolour techniques (wet-in-wet, wash, dry brush, rubbing alcohol, salt, scraping, etc.), the students will freely practicepainting with the watercolours.

   Once they have a good understanding of all the possibilities that watercolor can create, they will create their own Lanscape:
  1. They will paint the DIN A3 paper with the watercolours to represent textured parts of a landscape.
  2. Each students will paint between 2-3 sheets of paper. We recomend that they paint one with cold colours and the other one with warm colours.
  3. They will torn strips of paper to create mountains, sky, lakes, etc. 

Painted paper

Work on progres...


Iago Davila

Art at Becker Middle School

Wednesday, 9 December 2020

Composition with circles

 Circle: is a simple shape, a closed plane curve. All points are the same distance from the center. 

  1. You will be given a copy with some circles in it. Then, you will draw 10 extra circles wherever you want, and with different radius. It is important that these circles intersect each other.
  2. Next you will redraw all the circles in black ink (pen) with the help of the adapter and the compass
  3. To finish your composition you will have to decide wich parts of the circles go black or white, depending on the one next to it.




Wednesday, 17 June 2020

Sunday, 24 May 2020

Things organized neatly. Portrait

Tell us who you are through the objects that surround you.
  1. Choose from 15 to 20 things that  have a special meaning for you. It can be anything: a book, a picture, a pair of shoes, jewelry, candy, toys, etc.
  2. Lay all the things organized neatly on the flor, on the grass, on a table...
  3. Take a picture from above, so we can see all the objects.

Friday, 22 May 2020

A great place to learn about Comic

   Welcome to the Comiclopedia, an illustrated compendium of over 13,900 comic artists from around the world. Find your favorite artists, or discover new ones!
    Online since 1 November 1999, the Comiclopedia is the world's largest overview of comic artists, and the brainchild of comic shop Lambiek's founder Kees Kousemaker (1942-2010). Kees was at the vanguard of promoting comics as art, and both the Lambiek store and the website are continuing in his spirit. The editors of the Comiclopedia are Bas Schuddeboom and Kjell Knudde.