- Coming to theaters (date of choice)
Directions: Design a movie advertisement for your Stop Motion animation film. Include the following:
Directions: In your sketchbooks, draw a melting snowman. BE CREATIVE. Think about the following questions as you decide what to draw.
*You may use markers, colored pencils, or crayons. Assignments should be full page, full color, full value. Use coloring techniques learned in class (shading, mixing, stippling, crayon techniques, etc.)
View images below for inspiration. :)
Directions: Find an old page of a book or newspaper and cut or tear it out. Create a drawing on top in pen and ink, markers, or colored pencils (your choice). The subject of your drawing is up to you however, it should include words and images. Glue your artwork into your sketchbook. Use the examples below as inspiration for your designs. Do not copy.
Reminder: Full page, full color/value, use coloring techniques learned in class.
Photo Credit: Images found on Etsy.com (via Pinterest). Click to enlarge.
Directions: Using one of your thumbnail sketches for inspiration (and size) create a full page illumination. Your artwork should include the following:
In your text, please discuss the characteristics of illuminations, illuminated letters, manuscripts, or any other historical facts and information you find interesting.
Directions: Research clothing from the middle ages. Design your own medieval costume (article of clothing, head dress, armor, etc.)
Ideas to consider:
History of Fashion Website
Directions: Your "Evil Architecture" (Haunted House) has become quite the attraction! The owner of an amusement park wants your haunted house. Design an advertisement (billboard, flyer, poster, etc.) to attract thrill seekers from all over.
Your advertisement should be full page, full color/full value. See images of other haunted house advertisements below for inspiration.
Directions: In your sketchbooks, create your very own "Creepy TEXTURE Hand Drawing" (See example below). Each finger should represent a different implied "creepy" texture. Use a thin sharpie, black ink pen, drawing pencil, or a combination of these tools to create this masterpiece. No color. Fill the space. Have fun, BE CREATIVE, and keep it school appropriate (no blood, violence, or weapons please.) :)
*You will be using pen and ink techniques to create realistic texture in your upcoming "Evil Architecture" project. Sneak peek available.
7th Grade S.K.I.L.L.S
S - Sketchbook