From the daily archives: Sunday, February 4, 2018
 

MONDAY, February 5, 2018

CLASSROOM:  CREATE A PAGE

PORTFOLIO

Based on your plan for your portfolio start developing your pages each day.  You start with a reasonable goal that you can complete in one afternoon and then execute it by the end of the period.

WRITE YOUR GOAL/REFLECTION FOR TODAY:  

GOAL

Each day you need to write a goal that will be worth 30 points.  You need to have a minimal of 3 sentences using the following questions.

1. What  are you going to work on today?

2. What steps will you take to  get there?

3.  What will I see at the end of the day?

REFLECTION:

• 3 things you learned today?

• If you were not able to reach your goal,  what prevented you from completing your goal?

TUESDAY, February 6, 2018 

CLASSROOM:  CREATE A PAGE

PORTFOLIO

Based on your plan for your portfolio start developing your pages each day.  You start with a reasonable goal that you can complete in one afternoon and then execute it by the end of the period.

WRITE YOUR GOAL/REFLECTION FOR TODAY:  

GOAL

Each day you need to write a goal that will be worth 30 points.  You need to have a minimal of 3 sentences using the following questions.

1. What  are you going to work on today?

2. What steps will you take to  get there?

3.  What will I see at the end of the day?

REFLECTION:

• 3 things you learned today?

• If you were not able to reach your goal,  what prevented you from completing your goal?

WEDNESDAY, February 7, 2018 

CLASSROOM:  CREATE A PAGE

PORTFOLIO

Based on your plan for your portfolio start developing your pages each day.  You start with a reasonable goal that you can complete in one afternoon and then execute it by the end of the period.

WRITE YOUR GOAL/REFLECTION FOR TODAY:  

GOAL

Each day you need to write a goal that will be worth 30 points.  You need to have a minimal of 3 sentences using the following questions.

1. What  are you going to work on today?

2. What steps will you take to  get there?

3.  What will I see at the end of the day?

REFLECTION:

• 3 things you learned today?

• If you were not able to reach your goal,  what prevented you from completing your goal?

THURSDAY, February 8, 2018

CLASSROOM:  CREATE A PAGE

PORTFOLIO

Based on your plan for your portfolio start developing your pages each day.  You start with a reasonable goal that you can complete in one afternoon and then execute it by the end of the period.

WRITE YOUR GOAL/REFLECTION FOR TODAY:  

GOAL

Each day you need to write a goal that will be worth 30 points.  You need to have a minimal of 3 sentences using the following questions.

1. What  are you going to work on today?

2. What steps will you take to  get there?

3.  What will I see at the end of the day?

REFLECTION:

• 3 things you learned today?

• If you were not able to reach your goal,  what prevented you from completing your goal?

FRIDAY, February 9, 2018 

CLASSROOM:  CREATE A PAGE

PORTFOLIO

Based on your plan for your portfolio start developing your pages each day.  You start with a reasonable goal that you can complete in one afternoon and then execute it by the end of the period.

WRITE YOUR GOAL/REFLECTION FOR TODAY:  

GOAL

Each day you need to write a goal that will be worth 30 points.  You need to have a minimal of 3 sentences using the following questions.

1. What  are you going to work on today?

2. What steps will you take to  get there?

3.  What will I see at the end of the day?

REFLECTION:

• 3 things you learned today?

• If you were not able to reach your goal,  what prevented you from completing your goal?

 

ONE POINT PERSPECTIVE

one point perspective grid

MONDAY: February 5, 2018   

VIDEO PRESENTATION: LINEAR PERSPECTIVE

Students will watch videos on the subject of perspective that will cover a brief history,

DRAWING ASSIGNMENT:

Exercise 2: stacking, holes and angles

This worksheet illustrates how to stack blocks, cut away portions and add unusual angles in a one point perspective drawing, creating gradually more complex forms.

By the completion of this exercise, you should be able to:

  • Draw stacked blocks of different sizes
  • Draw blocks that have holes cut out of them, projecting construction lines to find the back edge of the cut area
  • Slice pieces off blocks and/or add unusual angles

Once you feel confident with drawing these items, you may wish to add more challenging forms, such as letters and/or triangular shaped prisms.

The following video helps to explain how to draw one point perspective drawing step-by-step:

An artist example of perspective by Robert C. Jackson:

This painting uses the perspective drawing skills described above. Weathered boxes have still life items positioned in and around them, with holes and openings providing intriguing glimpses of the interiors.

boxes in space

 1pt. perspective gridRoom in 1pt. perspective grid

Open Adobe Illustrator. Go to file. New file. Format: tabloid. 1 art board. Go to view: open up grid and ruler. Use the rectangle shape tool. Using the rectangle tool starting at 0 on the ruler measure out 15 X 9. Make sure your fill tool is clear and your stroke tool is solid. The inches on your rules represent 1 foot. For your height measure 5 inches. Draw a horizontal line from one side to the other. This represents the height of in an average human. This will also be your eye level. Place a point somewhere on this high level. Using your line tool in the toolbar draw A line from the point on the eye level to each inch around the rectangle shape. This will represent your converging lines for one point perspective. Using the converging lines at all four corners and using the rectangle tool to line up with the converging lines creating the back wall. Now you have three walls, floor and ceiling.  Take each wall, floor and ceiling and draw a diagonal line from one  corner to the other.  Where the diagonal lines connect with the converging lines, draw a line that will connect these points vertically on the walls and horizontally on the floor and ceiling.  Refer to the illustration below.  When completed GO TO SELECT ALL AND GROUP EVERYTHING TOGETHER, THAN LOCK THIS LAYER. persepctive-12x12-grid

DEMONSTRATION:

CLASSWORK STUDIO: Students will create a grid on paper with T-square, triangle, and ruler.  Just like you did digitally you will replicate with pencil and paper.   After you have created the grid you will DRAW BOXES inside this room using 1 point perspective

boxes in space

TUESDAY: February 6, 2018  

Students will create a grid on paper with T-square, triangle, and ruler.  Just like you did digitally you will replicate with pencil and paper.   After you have created the grid you will DRAW ROOM inside this room using 1 point perspective

livingroom_withgrid

WEDNESDAY: February 7, 2018 

CLASSWORK: 

OnePoint_Room_Ink

THURSDAY: February 8, 2018

CLASSWORK: Students will create a grid on paper with T-square, triangle, and ruler.  Just like you did digitally you will replicate with pencil and paper.   After you have created the grid you will DRAW ROOM inside this room using 1 point perspectivecement, architect scale, and white glue1-point-perspective-living-room2

FRIDAY: February 9, 2018 

CLASSROOM: