1. Ask students to respond to the exemplar
2. Explain that they are going to begin learning about how to draw in 3d and that this project is a step in that directions.
3. Demo the project
4. Trace you hand
5. Then show how you can gently erase and re-draw lines to make the hand look more 3d
6. Students are to draw , with pencil, 5-7 hands in this way.
7. Remind students to erase the lines from one hand when two hands overlap
8. Ask students to define and indentify complementary colors. Ask them to explain to you what is pink’s complement and why
9. Hand out markers
10. Demo how to draw thick curved stripes on the hands to show 3d effect
11. Demo how to draw thick circular bands in the background for an op-art effect
12. Students are to use 1 color to make hand stripes
13. Students are to use the hand-color complement to make stripes in the background
14. Circulate and aid students as necessary
1. Student completed work
2. Student used complementary colors.
3. Student only used 2 colors
4. Student made thick stripes (not thin)
5. Student made concrete attempt to make each hand look 3d by erasing and adding lines for each and every line
MisterA200111/16/2012 at 09:21am
Love this lesson going to use it after Winter Break
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