Saturday, April 25, 2020

Color Wheel Perspective





In this week's project, we will:

  • Practice one-point perspective.
  • Review the color wheel.
  • Continue to work on value and shading.

Follow along with the video (below) for instructions, but try to spend a little time each day on your work. This schedule is a good way to pace yourself:  

Monday:  Watch the video(below) and lightly draw your scene.
Tuesday:  Finish drawing details and trace your scene.
Wednesday:  Color your scene.
Thursday:  Finish coloring your scene, making sure you have value scales in each building.
Friday:  Upload your work to Artsonia and write an artist's statement on Artsonia. Directions below!

Follow this link for some helpful slides reviewing perspective:
http://www.refrigeratorart.gallery/one-point-perspective.html


Follow along with Ms. Ammons for instructions!

To upload art, go to www.artsonia.com/class and enter WCCP-WSTF

18 comments:

  1. ms. ammons the video is not working

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    1. Seems to be working on my computer... Did you try refreshing or rebooting?

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    1. Seems to be working on my computer... Did you try refreshing or rebooting?

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    1. Seems to be working on my computer... Did you try refreshing or rebooting?

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  4. Are we aloud to do this on technology instead of on paper?

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    1. I would like to see your shading skills that you have with pencil. That's what we are practicing. :)

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  5. The says unavailable and restricted. I tried refreshing and using other devices, it still doesn't work.

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  6. I would just wait a little while and try again. It may just be high traffic. Are other Youtube videos working?

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    1. Are you blocked from youtube entirely, or just this video? If you are blocked from youtube, it is probably your computer settings, and you could contact Prescott. If it is the video, just wait a little while and try again. Traffic is high.

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  8. Hello Ms Ammons,

    We weren't able to access the YouTube video as long as Jillian was signed in with her CPS account. Looks like CPS may have some type of restriction on the school accounts, though we can access other YouTube videos with no problem. So hmmm :)

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