Sketchbook No. 9: Face of Lines

Essential Question(s):

1. What is contour line?

 2.What is the difference between a contour line and a continuous contour line? 

3. What is a color scheme?

Mastery Objective(s): The student will…

1. demonstrate his/her understanding of the Elements of Art: line and color and the Principles of Design: unity and rhythm by creating a continuous contour line face representing an emotion.

Part No.1: Sketch of Final Face 

Part No.2: Final Face in (light pencil)

Part No.3: Final Face in color



link picture Click on this picture, go to the link provided, and soak up as much information as you can on CONTOUR LINE.


 

 

REQUIREMENTS:

  1. Use continuous line to create a 2-D representation of an abstract face

LINE MUST START ON ONE SIDE OF THE PAGE AND END ON THE OTHER

  1. Must include, but not limited to:
    • HAIR
    • EYEBROWS
    • EYES
    • NOSE
    • CHEEKS
    • LIPS
    • CHIN
    • also consider incorporating other possibilities for the face: EYELASHES, GLASSES, MUSTACHE, BEARD, etc.
  2. MEDIUM: Sharpies (Pen/Marker) or Permanent Black Pen/Marker and Watercolor
  3. COLOR: Must use color scheme with tints, shades, and/or tones
  4. COLOR/CONTRAST: Color/Value must change between lines; so after every line the color or value should be different.
  5. Must have a recognizable EMOTION & COLOR SCHEME! Emotion and color scheme should be written on the back, bottom, right corner in pencil (lightly) along with your name and class.

IN-PROGRESS EXAMPLE:

Continuous Contour In-Progress Sample 1.jpg

STUDENT SAMPLES:

 

 

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