Book Creator

EDUC 4035- Visual Arts

by Sarah Da Silva

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EDUC 4035- Visual Arts
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Book Creator
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Table of Contents
Page 1. Cartoon Drawing - Graham Shaw - Pencil (Week 2)
Page 2. Cartoon Drawing - Colour - Variations (Week 2)

Page 3. Basic Colour Wheel (Week 3)
Page 3. Value Scale (Week 3)
Page 4. Shades and Hues (Week 3)

Page 5. Mixing Primary Colours - Primary Ideas (Week 3)
Page 6. Mixing Primary Colours - Junior Ideas (Week 3)

Page 7. Tertiary Colour Wheel (Week 4)
Page 8. Primary & Junior Activities - Tertiary Colour Wheel (Week 4)

Page 9. Tints + Shades (Week 4)
Page 10. Primary & Junior Activities - Tints + Shades (Week 4)

Page 11-12. Creative Process Assignment Idea

Page 13. Portrait Drawing (Week 6)
Page 14. Primary Portrait idea (Week 6)

Page 15. Watercolour Techniques (Week 7)
Page 16. Watercolour Painting (Week 7)

Page 17-20. Creative Process Assignment
- p.17. Creative Process Assignment - Inspiration
- p.18. Materials, Grade Appropriateness, Principles of Design (ONT Curriculum), Cross-Curricular Learning
- p.19. Creative Process Assignment - Personally Created Work
- p.20. Rubric

Page 21-22. Printmaking (Week 8)

Page 23. Elements of Art
Page 24. Principles of Design

Page 25. Artist Statement
Page 26. Resources

Page 27-28. Readings
Week 2: Cartoon Drawing - Colour & Pencil
https://youtu.be/7TXEZ4tP06c
Graham Shaw Youtube video
Teaches how to draw simple cartoon figures that anyone can do!
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Overall, I genuinely enjoyed this weeks activity. I loved learning to use lines and how this activity proved that I could make art - I just needed a little bit of guidance. The activity makes me excited to try similar activities in my own classroom - an activity where their post-instruction result is unique and fun!
Tools Needed:
An empty dish
(I used the top of an old candle)
( used to mix markers into paint)
Markers ~ Sharpie
Paint ~ Paint Brushes
A dish of water ~ Paper
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Week 3: Basic Colour Wheel - Value Scale
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