Computer Assisted Art
Directions: Follow along with the tutorial and complete your Pop Art inspired Portraits.
Make sure you save and print a black and white version, and save and print a color version to your student folder.
Computer Assisted ART- Today's ASSIGNMENT Directions: 1. Watch provided video and copy the vocabulary terms on the provided handout. Turn in to the turn in tray when finished. Remember to put your name on it.
2. Next, go to lab 109....Find a picture, save the picture in your student file as a jpeg. Follow the step by step handout.
Here are some old and new ideas... the earlier ones in the list are more simple than the later ones.
Outside vs Inside
Object suspended in colored dish detergent
Pile of pillows
Fabric with a pattern
Childlike drawing made into fine art
Close up to abstraction
Insets, drawings within a drawing
How it works: Inner workings of a machine
A word and visual description
Contour line drawing using only letters: Repetition
Masking tape patterns and color
2 old drawings torn apart and made new
Draw on top of an old drawing
Man made vs natural
Less than an inch (small objects in repetition)
Mechanics of an object…create a drawing as a designer would have first drawn it
A chair as a self portrait
Accidents…random acts of art
Value study with dried up markers
5 Drawings on top of each other
Numbers: How many ways
Linear Line Drawing of Organic Objects
Jim Dine: TOOLS
Negative Space Only
How do I love art: Let me count the ways!!
I hate these things!
Dirty water drawing with Sharpie (weighted line)
Drawing with colored paper
Only object I found at this location_____? Collage Design only, No other media.
Dots to Drawing: Only a pencil eraser and ink... Stamp your heart out!!
Non – Objective
Oops, Wrong Color?
Messiest vs cleanest
Ballpoint pen only!!
Everything in my backpack... Wow me!!
Music to my ears.
Interior: Non-traditional, no buildings... more like the inside of a purse Extreme light source Shoes as a portrait Refuge Extreme perspective Organic All that and a bag of chips Reflective Identity One of these things are not like the other one Hanging or suspended Free Space Yesterday Do you dream in color? 10 things I love about you. (take off of the movie... they are to merge 10 objects that express who they are) I also like to give the words that they do not know as a prompt and they have to look up the definition
1. Right Click and save image as a jpeg to your student folder
2. Open the program Adobe Photoshop on the computer
Create a new file that is 8.5 inches x 11 inches, and 150 ppi
3. We will be using the selection tools for this exercise. The selection tools are located next to each other. We are going to use them all for this project. Some of them will be much easier than the others, but it is important that you try them all.
The first group of selection tools is called "Marquee Tools".
Rectangular and elliptical marquee tools will let you make rectangular or circular selections.
Single row and Single column tools will let you select a row that is 1 pixel high or a column that is 1 pixel wide.
Use the Elliptical Marquee tool to select the circle
To make a round selection you just click and drag the cursor over the area that you want to select.
If you want to select a perfect circle (or a perfect square) hold SHIFT while dragging.
If you want to start your selection from the center out hold Option (Alt) button.
If you want both of these options (perfect circle drawing from the center) hold both keys.
Now zoom in the area with the blueberry. Select it.
Duplicate the two shapes, and now you should have two eyes.