Tuesday, April 24, 2018
Use the pencil drawing that you created yesterday as a base. You should have drawn light- if you did not, try to erase a bit, so you do not have any harsh pencil lines.
Next- grab the desired watercolor pastels. Begin by lightly coloring your crystals. Add layers of colors on top of one another. Don't be afraid to mix colors. It is ok to be a little loose and scribbly at this stage. Stear clear of using black!
Now it is time to add water. Gather your supplies- Paintbrush, paper towel, water cup. Dip your paintbrush into the water. Use painterly strokes and go over the watercolor pastels. You will see that they magically turn into paint and begin to blend. Keep this up until you have turned all the pastel into paint.
Lastly, go over your dry painting with a dark marker or pen. Outline your details. Sign the bottom right corner. Turn in to Mrs. Hurd.
Monday, April 23, 2018
MRS. HURD'S DOODLE COMPUTER ART EXAMPLE
Create an interesting drawing in black and white. Use pen and ink, or black marker. Experiment with crosshatching, hatching, and sold black areas. --FILL UP YOUR SPACE, USE CLASS TIME WISELY -- YOU HAVE 2 DAYS TO COMPLETE!
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DON"T WORRY ABOUT ADDING COLOR. We are going to add color using the computer.
Turn doodles into Mrs. Hurd. Mrs.Hurd will scan images and post on the blog for you to download. We will then alter them in photoshop at a later date.
Maybe you will even learn how to create a gif. like the above example in Photoshop.