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4th value 2

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4th value 2

  1. 1.  I can:  Use shapes to create forms  Create a 5 step value scale  Create the illusion of space (3D) using form and value.
  2. 2. As a group, discuss the EQ.Choose a secretrary to write down “Our Thinking.” EssentialQuestion: EVEN TABLES:What is the difference between a Shape and a Form? ODDTABLES:What is value? How do you create it in your artwork? Bonus for all: How do artists use Form andValue to create realism?
  3. 3.  Line: a point extended in both directions  Shape: lines combined to create an enclosed space  Value: the lightness or darkness of something  Form: combining shape and value to create the illusion of three dimensions on a flat surface
  4. 4. Artist in Focus: WayneThiebaud Born in Mesa, Arizona. Lived in CA (and now in AZ again. ) Considered a Pop Artist. Focuses on the sweeter side of life…. https://animoto.com/play/eL 5FyjmmdMATP70xC1SvIQ?a utostart=true
  5. 5. Looking closer at WayneThiebaud’s artwork… Consider in the following images: How does he create value in his paintings? What FORM did he use for each of his sweet, sweet paintings? Where is the Light Source in each of these paintings? How do you know? http://animoto.com/play/FiKXUeow2S7B1M112VfMBg?utm_source=amazonaws.com&utm_me dium=player&utm_campaign=player
  6. 6. How does he create value in his paintings? What FORM did he use for each of his sweet, sweet paintings? Where is the Light Source in each of these paintings? How do you know?
  7. 7. UsingVALUE to turn SHAPES into FORMS! One of the most common ways to learn about value is to make a value scale. Below is a 6-part Value Scale.

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