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Linoleum Block Prints. Art B Ms. Filiaga. Day 1 Bell Work . What is a linoleum( lino ) block(guess)? What could you do, if you put two images together? What would you do, if you could change the negative space into positive space?

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linoleum block prints

Linoleum Block Prints

Art B

Ms. Filiaga

day 1 bell work
Day 1 Bell Work
  • What is a linoleum(lino) block(guess)?
  • What could you do, if you put two images together?
  • What would you do, if you could change the negative space into positive space?
  • When you print one image on top of another, will the image in the background show all the way or not, please explain your answer?

*IDK IS NOT AN ACCEPTABLE ANSWER!!!

agenda 02 24 2014
Agenda 02/24/2014
  • Bell work – review: with class
  • What is this assignment?
  • Library
  • Sketch
  • Studio Time
    • Final sketches for lino-block due Friday 2/28
what is a linoleum block print
What is a Linoleum Block Print?
  • A Linoleum Block Print is an art media/medium & printing method.
  • The artist carves a linoleum block creating an image with positive and negative space to be printed.
what is a print
What is a Print?
  • A Print is a work of art made up of ink on paper and existing in multiple examples. It is created not by drawing on paper, but through an indirect transfer process.
how is it done
How is it done?
  • During video answer the following:
    • 1 – What is the first step?
    • 2 – What is the artists second step?
    • 3 – When the artist carved the block what will print and what will NOT show up on print?
how is it done video
How is it done - Video
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WmLd4O2ROJo
where do we start
Where do we start?
  • Objective 1
    • Find an image or idea that you would like to print.
library visit
Library Visit
  • Look up images and print off one page
  • Think of something you want to make a lot of!!!
  • Your piece will need to be:
    • Balanced
    • Have a texture to it(see the cut marks)
    • A variety of lines
    • Good use of positive and negative space
library visit1
Library Visit
  • You can print one page
    • Can have more than 1 image on it.
    • Images need to be school appropriate.
    • Friday your sketch for your print is DUE!!!
day 2 bell work
Day 2 Bell Work
  • Process Sketch
    • Fold your paper into 4ths
    • Wait for Instruction
process sketch
Process Sketch
  • Choose a fruit or snack.
  • In first box draw your whole fruit or snack choice
  • Next alter your fruit or snack choice & sketch again.
  • Must Sketch at least 4 times, fruit or snack must change each time.
agenda
Agenda
  • Process Sketch
  • See Carving Tools
  • Go over Quiz
  • Take Quiz
  • Take Quiz until you pass!!!!
  • Sketch & Finalize Block Design
quiz and sketch
Quiz and sketch
  • Complete the quiz, you have to get a 100% in order to use the carving tools
  • You can take it as many time as you need to in order to pass
  • When you are done with the quiz, sketch!
safety test
Safety Test
  • What direction do you cut your lino-block?
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Away from you

  • And away from other people
slide39

Bench plate

  • You always have to have a bench plate under what you are cutting
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Put pressure on the cut

  • Walk over to the sink
  • Rinse it off with water
  • Put a paper towel over it
  • Get a Band-Aid from the back counter
  • Please tell Ms. Filiaga if you cut yourself
slide43

Accidence happen,

  • Tell Ms. Filiaga and she will give you a new gouge tip
  • If people break more than a few gouge tips, then we will wonder if it’s not an accident
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You need to get a perfect score on this test & have your sketch for your design turned in.

  • You can take the test as many times as you need to in order to pass
quiz questions
Quiz Questions…
  • What direction do you cut your lino-block?
  • What tool other than a gouge do you use when cutting your lino-block?
  • If you get cut, what should you do?
  • If you break a gouge tip, what should you do?
  • What do you have to do to earn your lino-block?
  • How many lino-blocks do you get for this project?
what s next
What’s next?
  • Once you pass your test
    • Sketch(turn in to get lino block)
studio goal
Studio Goal
  • Complete your two sketches for your block
  • Make them the size of your block so you can transfer the sketches to the lino-block next class
  • Think about what area you want to carve out and what area you want to leave so it will take the ink in order to print
day 3 bell work
Day 3 Bell work
  • Leska Sketches
    • Please stay quiet… don’t want to stress her out.
    • Find a seat & grab an art board located under the flag.
    • Wait for instruction.
leska sketches
Leska Sketches
  • Draw a line that divides your paper into 2 sections
  • Sketch Leska
    • Draw big
    • Use big Shapes to start
    • & add value to give Leska depth and dimension on your paper.
    • For second sketch move to a different chair across the room.
agenda1
Agenda
  • Leska Sketch
  • Presentation
    • Carving
  • Demo
    • Transfer & Carving
  • Studio Time
carving demo
Carving Demo
  • On Ms. Filiaga’s Go. Quietly move to the back blue table.
  • If you are in the front (next to the table) please sit in a chair or kneel.
  • DON’T stand behind Ms. Filiaga during Demo
studio time
Studio Time
  • Choose & complete one of the following:
    • Finalize Lino. Block Sketch
    • Transfer Sketch to Block
    • Start Carving your Block
day 4 bell work

**For Full Points Need to Respond in Complete Sentences***

Day 4 Bell Work
  • 1. What do you think the steps are to a finished lino. block project? (Take a guess)
  • 2. How can you transfer your sketch to your lino. block? (take a guess)
  • 3. What is a bench hook & Gouge tool?
  • 4. When cutting/carving our lino. block you should?
  • 5. What is your next step to completing this lino. block project?
agenda2
Agenda
  • Bell Work Review
  • Presentation
    • Printing
  • Demo
    • Printing
  • Studio Time
video
Video
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WmLd4O2ROJo
      • To min –
  • During Video answer the following on back of your Bell Work:
    • 1. What is the process the artist does for printing more than one color on same print?
    • 2. How many blocks are used for the above process?
video question review
Video Question Review
  • 1. What is the process the artist does for printing more than one color on same print?
  • 2. How many blocks are used for the above process?
printing steps
Printing Steps
  • Set up your printing area
  • Prep your ink plate and Brayer
  • Apply ink on Lino block
  • Print
  • Compare prints
studio time1
Studio Time
  • Your Goal for Today:
    • Transfer your sketch
    • Start & Finish Carving
    • Begin Printing
      • Carved Lino Block & All Prints Due March 17th
bell work day 5
Bell Work Day 5
  • On a Half Sheet answer the below questions:
    • 1. what do you use to roll paint/ink on lino block? (¿qué es lo que se utiliza para rodar pintura / tinta en bloque del lino?)
    • 2. What do you use to apply pressure to transfer ink from block to paper? (¿Qué es lo que se utiliza para aplicar presión para transferir la tinta desde el bloque de papel?)
agenda3
Agenda
  • Bell work
  • Bell work review
  • Reminder Pay your Art Fee or your grade will stay an “I”… (I = Not Good)
  • Station Day
  • Studio Time… Maybe
      • Lino Block Project Due March 17th
station day
Station Day
  • At Each area there are directions for you to follow to accomplish that areas task.
  • Each Area you will have 7 Mins to complete Task
timer
Timer
  • http://www.online-stopwatch.com/countdown-timer/
  • 1/5 Period 7:45 – 8:40 (55 Min.)
  • 2/6 Period 8:45 – 9:40 (55 Min.)
  • 3/7 Period 9:45 – 10:40 (55 Min.)
  • Assembly 10:45 - 11:30 (45 Min)
  • Lunch 11:35 – 12:20 (40 Min)
  • 4/8 Period 12:25 - 1:15 (55 Min.)
bell work day 6
Bell Work Day 6
  • On a half Sheet of paper:
    • Explain from start to finish the process of the Linoleum Block carving and printing project.

1 - Need to have it in one word steps

2 - & have an explanation sentence for each step.

Explique de principio a fin el proceso del linóleo Bloque tallado y proyecto de impresión.

1 - Necesidad de contar con él en pasos de palabras

2- Y tener una frase explicación de cada paso.

studio time2
Studio Time
  • Today your Goal is to get you Lino Block ready to print!!!!!!!
  • If you are already ready to print Your Goal is to Print….
    • Make sure you show Ms. Filiaga your test print.
    • All parts of your LINO BLOCK PROJECT DUE Monday March 17th
bell work day 7
Bell Work Day 7
  • What is your grade in Ms. Filiaga’s class?
  • If your grade in a C or below how are your going to bring your grade up?
  • ¿Cuál es su grado en la clase de la Srta. Filiaga?
  • Si su grado en una C o por debajo de cómo se la va a traer a su grado de hasta?
studio time3
Studio Time
  • Today your Goal is to get you Lino Block ready to print!!!!!!!
  • If you are already ready to print Your Goal is to Print….
    • Make sure you show Ms. Filiaga your test print.
    • All parts of your LINO BLOCK PROJECT DUE Monday March 17th
studio time4
Studio Time
  • LAST DAY of LINO BLOCK TIME IN CLASS!!!!!!
  • Project due at the end of class today.
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