SKETCHBOOK - LECTURE, TIPS, ETC.

 

S7 - DAY ONE - Tips & Techniques

Describe the elements of the work (i.e., line movement, light, space).

Identify some of the points of emphasis in the work  (i.e., specific scene, figure, movement).

Describe the expressive qualities you find in the work. What expressive language would you use to describe the qualities (i.e., tragic, ugly, funny)?

How does the work relate to other ideas or events in the world and/or in your other studies?

S7 - DAY TWO - Art History - Neo Imprssionism

The artist Georges Seurat was born on December 2, 1859, in Paris, France. After training at the École des Beaux-Arts, he broke free of tradition. Taking his technique a step beyond Impressionism, he painted with small strokes of pure color that seem to blend when viewed from a distance. This method, called Pointillism, is showcased in major works of the 1880s such as "A Sunday on La Grande Jatte." Seurat's career was cut short when he died of illness on March 29, 1891, in Paris.

Georges Seurat

 
 

S7 - DAY THREE - Sketching Practice

Sketchbook Activity.

In your sketchbook, quickly draw the image above to the best of your ability.

Ad Campaign - Red Bull Bed Time Story

    • PROFESSIONALLY,  DOES THIS AD WORK?  - Support your answer with 2 to 3 sentences

    •  WHAT ARE THE POSITIVE AND NEGATIVES OF THIS AD - Supply 2 examples for each

    •  HOW COULD YOU IMPROVE THIS AD - Supply 2  ideas
    
    •  DESCRIBE YOUR PERSONAL OPINION OF THE ENTIRE CAMPAIGN - 2 to 3 sentences

    • BE PREPARED TO DISCUSS YOUR ANSWERS...

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S7 - DAY FOUR - Design & Layout

 
 

S7 - DAY FIVE - Creative Writing

Write down 5 headlines for this image - Christmas Card

S7 - Art Movements And Styles - Neo-Impressionism

Neo-Impressionism has the distinction of being both a movement and a style. Also known as Divisionism or Pointillism, Neo-Impression emerged in the late 1800s in France. It belongs to the subdivision of the larger avant-garde movement called Post-Impressionism.