Remember that the visual elements of an image are: POINT, LINE, SHAPE, FORM (SPACE), VALUE, COLOUR AND TEXTURE.
During this term we have seen three of these visual elements: Point, Line and Shape. The next visuals elements to see are TEXTURE, COLOUR, VALUE and FORM (SPACE)
TEXTURE is a powerful art element because it can quickly evoke memories and emotions. Start becoming more aware of textures all around you—the carpet, in the clothes you’re wearing, and the fur on your cat. Let's see these presentations and video to get a better idea of this concept:
a 6 cm radius circumference and divide it in 12 equal parts, then
colour the primary, secondary and tertiary colours (in this order) using
only the three primary colour pencils. Write the names of the colours
and divide it in two parts, indicating warm and cool colour schemes.
Color Palette Generator. Enter the URL of an image to get a color palette that matches the image. This is useful for coming up with a website color palette that matches a key image a client wants to work with.
This is the description of my work and my evaluation. I am being very honest:
At the start I had no idea what to do, then I checked some more drawings online, and I decided to do something similar to the Urban Artist Suso33 that you showed us in class. I am happy with the result. I think I have done a good job, because I investigated about it and It took time. I also have a good presentation (clean and tidy) a good composition (distribution of the elements of the drawing in the space of the paper), and I follow the instructions (a drawing of portrait with lines) finally I enjoyed it doing it. I think my work does not deserve less than a 9.
Here is the video and work by Suso33 that I used as inspiration."