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“3-D Doodle Collage” 9/26/2012. First step:. DRAWING! You will spend 4+ class periods developing a doodle on the recycled file folder provided to you. You should use the “blind contour” drawings as a starting point. The finished work will be in pen/sharpie/marker

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“3-D Doodle Collage”9/26/2012


First step:

  • DRAWING!

    • You will spend 4+ class periods developing a doodleon the recycled file folder provided to you.

      • You should use the “blind contour” drawings as a starting point.

    • The finished work will be in pen/sharpie/marker

    • Some of the areas should be extremely detailed, other areas can be more spread out

    • Allow your mind to wander. Write, draw, scribble while you are thinking.

    • Use textures, lines and line weights to create interest.


2-D doodle examples


Abstract

Recognizable forms that have been changed from reality


Second Step:

  • “Deconstruct” your doodle to choose the best parts for your composition.

    • Cut & tear it apart

  • You can always make more drawings to add a

    • You can add photocopies, newspaper, fabric etc


Collage:

design created by attaching mostly flat elements to a surface.


Third Step

  • Re-assemble your selected doodle pieces into a Shadow Box/Diorama

  • Create a 3-D “scene” that is strange, beautiful & personal that incorporates 4+ “levels”

  • You can bring in your own container for the box or build your own.

    • Other materials: cardstock, glue, markers, watercolor paint, ink pens.


Shadow Box:

a shallow rectangular box used to protect and display small items


Composition

The organization of elements to make an interesting artwork


(write down your OWN description of this artist’s work here)

Art Works by Elly Mackay


A 3 dimensional scene either in miniature or as a large-scale museum exhibit

Diorama


Overlap

When something is partially in front of something else


Artworks by

Jim Doran

(write down your OWN description of this artist’s work here)


Negative Space

The empty spaces inside and around an object or shape


(write down your OWN description of this artist’s work here)

Art Work by Liam Stevens


Contrast

a principle of art; strong differences within an artwork to create interest


You’ll be graded on:

  • 3-D Composition:

    • “Emphasizing” an area in your Shadow Box

    • Use “negative space” (everything shouldn’t be jumbled together. Free space to breathe.)

    • Overlapping Shapes

  • Creativity of imagery/doodle

  • Craftsmanship: how well it’s made

  • Participation/Cooperation: Daily progress

    • Time Frame: 8-9 class periods


Now

  • Turn in your Vocab/Concepts books for check in.

  • Begin creating 1 or more “doodles” that use free drawing & collaged materials

    • (photocopies, bits of paper etc).

  • Think about what kid of container you want to build (or bring in) out of paper/cardboard

  • Sculpture 2 students: See me


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