4 sessions; 60 minutes per session
Students will create a mixed media shoe drawing that demonstrates they understand how to create a limited range of value with graphite pencils and create a variety of patterns with sharpie markers.
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-Students will draw an outline by observing the shoe they are wearing in class.
-Students will divide the shoe into three, four, or five uneven spaces using organic shapes.
-Students will determine which areas of their shoe drawing they want to apply graphite pencil to versus sharpie markers.
-Students will use an H, HB, 2B and 4B graphite pencils to build value and shading in the selected portions of their shoe.
-Students will determine a color scheme for their pattern work.
Students will use sharpie markers to create patterns on their shoe.
-Students will cut and attach their finished shoe to a piece of gray construction paper.
-Students will add pattern with sharpie marker to their gray construction paper to achieve visual unity in their artwork.
Color/Value, Emphasis, Line, Proportion/Size, Rhythm/Pattern, Shape, Unity/Harmony
Drawing, Graphite, Marker, Mixed Media