Watch the video and practice drawing an apple and adding shadows
Unlike the expressive, directional lines are very precise. Lines should all be the same thickness. These lines look as if they are bending and overlapping. This is not "free" like expressive lines but calculated, constant, and even.
DUE DATE: Friday, October 26
For this project you will need to take a photo of yourself, a friend, or a family member to inspire your project. You will make a contour line drawing of your person from your photo using pencil and then go over it in Sharpie to vary the line thickness. Lastly, you will ad d watercolor using the triadic color harmony of your choice. Watch this video to see the process
Check out the inspiring contour line drawings of Katie Acheson Wolford
Use the worksheet to guide you with this process:
Contour Line Portrait with Watercolor
When an assignment is completed you will need to take a high quality photograph of your artwork.
Here are some tips:
Turn In the Photograph
Photograph before edits- DO NOT TURN IN A PHOTOGRAPH LIKE THIS!
High quality photograph after edits
This is full year foundation course that will aid in your understanding and creating a wide variety of 2-D and 3-D artwork.