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twenty guidelines for correct art

Twenty Guidelines for Correct Art

By Type your name here

directions
Directions:
  • Delete all of the examples, directions, gray boxes, including this slide.
  • Insert a larger correct example on the right.
  • Insert a small incorrect example on the left.

Ten General Guidelines for Quality Art

11 objects drawn on their edge create the illusion that part of the object is closer foreshortening
11. Objects drawn on their edge create the illusion that part of the object is closer – foreshortening.

flat view

edge view

First of Four Techniques for Demonstrating Depth

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12. Shadows are created when an object blocks the light. Shadows fall outside of the object, on the opposite side of the light source.

Hint: Search using the word shadow to find a correct picture. Use the same picture for both the correct and incorrect examples. Find a sun in clip art. Position the sun in the correct and incorrect locations.

Second of Four Techniques for Demonstrating Depth

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13. Shading is an area of light and dark on the object. It turns a flat object into a three dimensional object.

Third of Four Techniques for Demonstrating Depth

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14. Objects, which are drawn with a contour line – that is a line that wraps along the outside edge of a round object, will create the illusion that the object is full – not flat.

without contour line

with contour line

Fourth of Four Techniques for Demonstrating Depth

a horizon line placed low in the picture creates a feeling of being far away
A horizon line placed low in the picture creates a feeling of being far away.

15. A horizon line placed high in the picture creates the feeling of being close.

First of Six Techniques for Demonstrating Distance

16 close objects have detail far away objects are out of sharp focus
16. Close objects have detail; far away objects are out of sharp focus.

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Second of Six Techniques for Demonstrating Distance

17 close objects have strong contrast dark blacks and light whites far away objects are gray
17. Close objects have strong contrast (dark blacks and light whites).Far away objects are gray.

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Third of Six Techniques for Demonstrating Distance

18 close objects are positioned lower near the bottom on the paper surface
18. Close objects are positioned lower (near the bottom) on the paper surface.

Fourth of Six Techniques for Demonstrating Distance

19 objects drawn so that they overlap in front of other objects appear closer
19. Objects drawn so that they overlap in front of other objects appear closer.

Fifth of Six Techniques for Demonstrating Distance

20 generally objects that are drawn large will look closer than smaller objects
20. Generally, objects that are drawn large will look closer than smaller objects.

Sixth of Six Techniques for Demonstrating Distance

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When should you break the 20 rules for correct art?

  • Whenever you have an intelligent, logical reason.
  • Are you able to verbalize a good reason for breaking the rule? If so, break the rule!

Ten General Guidelines for Quality Art

don t forget to make a presentation that is ready for display by
Don’t forget to make a presentation that is ready for display by:
  • Go back: check each slide. Delete all of the directions, gray boxes, and examples.
  • Delete this slide, too.

Ten General Guidelines for Quality Art