Learn more about artist Roy Litchenstein here: One Dot at a Time
Create an expressive pop art piece that show emotion
Examine the work of Roy Litchenstein
Brainstorm and sketch ideas for subject for your pop art piece, it maybe a self portrait, portrait of a friend or pop culture icon
Plan your composition carefully
Include a speech bubble and text
Sketch image onto the white paper
Select colors and decide which areas will be solid colors and which will be benday dots
Paint the area of the pop art piece working from light to darker colors
When all the paint has dried, paint the black lines. Be sure to vary the thickness of the lines
Edit and make any improvements necessary
Did the student create pop art that shows emotion?
Did the student demonstrate understanding of pop art?
Did the student solve the art challenge in a unique way?
Did the students attend to details and demonstrate high quality craftsmanship?
Did the student use materials properly?
Did the student use time efficiently?
This is full year foundation course that will aid in your understanding and creating a wide variety of 2-D and 3-D artwork.