#17 Drawing is About Mark Making “Every mark has a distinct character and quality.Every mark is a signature. Variations in pressure and weight is the visual equivalent of intonation. Marks, or lines, of consistent weight or thickness surrounding a figure or object will flatten the image. Tapering or breaking a line in a curve can connote a highlight or make the curve flow. Also, a tentative line will read as such. Give every mark or line authority and make sure it serves a purpose. Try to use only the marks you need.” 101 Things Learned in Art School, Kit White, 2011, MIT Press
Drawing: Last Day to Work on Book Drawings – CRIT TOMORROW
Develop Craft: Learning to use tools, materials, artistic conventions; and learning to care for tools, materials, and space.
Today you resolve the drawings. What challenges do you still have in front of you?
What do you need to do TONIGHT or TODAY to finalize your work?
Studio Art 360: Final Day to Work on the Bas Relief Work – New Stuff TOMORROW!
3.1P: Apply relevant criteria from traditional and contemporary cultural contexts to examine, reflect on, and plan revisions for works of art and design in progress.
What colors are working BEST for you with your painting and how can you improve the rest of the idea?
Let’s take a QUICK critique… Rubrics everyone.
AP Studio Art: Critique and then MOVING FORWARD
3.1Ac: Engage in constructive critique with peers, then reflect on, re-engage, revise, and refine works of art and design in response to personal artistic vision.
What do you feel about talking aloud when it comes to other’s works? What are your thoughts about why you may be apprehensive or confident when discussing other individual’s work?
What were 3 things that you GAVE to the group during our critique?