Andy Warhol- POP ART. POP ART. a movement in modern art that uses the methods, styles, and themes of popular culture and mass media. Andy Warhol Portraits. Digital Self Portraits. In this lesson students will learn how to: Save an image into the computer - re-name a file
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POP ART • a movement in modern art that uses the methods, styles, and themes of popular culture and mass media
Digital Self Portraits In this lesson students will learn how to: • Save an image into the computer - re-name a file • Learn how to use application Fotoflexor • Use basic brush tools and shape tools • Use color to express emotion - learn how to manipulate color using photo editing software • Use elements and principles of design to create a digital portrait Save images to disk - and print image
DAY ONE: • Students will be presented with a series of portraits from Andy Warhol and given background information on Warhol via a Power Point Presentation. • Students will discuss what elements can be added to portraits to create a mood/ feeling. • Students will be digitally photographed/ • Students will go to lab and be introduced to web application Fotoflexor. • Teacher will go and have student save their photo from memory card drive to the student’s personal file. • While teacher is going around with photograph portraits, students are getting familiar with Fotoflexor application through experimentation.
DAY TWO: • Students will review Andy Warhol and his portraits. • Students will upload their photograph to Fotoflexor. • Experiment with different filters to change range of values - create higher contrast. Undo any effect you don't like. • Experiment with different brushes in negative space - break up the background in an interesting way - try line tool. Create emphasis - have portrait be center of interest. Try different patterns. Be sure to undo anything you do not like. At any time along the way - if you get something you like - Save the image. Save as - save to student folder - same as your name with a number 2 after it for the second image - a number 3 after our name for the third image and so on. • Experiment with shape tools - try different effects in background - blur and smudge lines. • Students could create a slide show in Power Point of their images if desired. • Students will print the image that is most successful on color printer and mount on railroad board.