Thursday, February 15, 2018

1)   --->How to add color to your shapes.
Click Insert

Click Shapes
Click Free Form Shape
Click on the desired shape you wish to fill in.
Click Fill Color, Click Shape Fill, Click more colors and choose what color you would like.  Keep repeating until you have added color and pattern to the entire image.

Keep adding circles and lines until the entire thing is filled.  Next add color to all the shapes using the free form tool.

Be sure to double click the header section and add your name. And Always SAVE your work.

Print 2 copies and hand in to Mrs. Hurd.

How to add color to your Folk Art Project

Day One:
Watch video and Complete worksheet.
Inspired by traditional art forms and neon colors of the ’80s, artist Kristin Farr explores a legacy of folk art infused with her own contemporary viewpoint. Then Farr shows you how she creates one of her signature paintings: the Magic Hecksagon. Follow along as she measures and designs a hexagon pattern, then add your own magic colors to it! Check out the entire collection of KQED Art School videos!

Magic hexagons from Natalie Hurd

Day Two:

1)  POWERPOINT --->How to create the layout
Follow the step by step instructions and begin creating your design inspired by Kristin Farr

How to make a magic hexagon design from Natalie Hurd

you may google Kristin Farr to see more designs, or google HEX Signs
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If you have finished the design for today watch the video and create thumbnail sketch/artist plan
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Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Drawing Class- Portrait Project- Peter Max inspired


Video One:

Portrait Project

Video Two:

FCHS Drawing Class 2018

This has been a wonderful project.  You can find the original post here.  I am so proud of these students.  They all have put in a lot of hard work and effort into creating these 70's inspired Psychedelic Portraits.
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