Hello artists!! Thank you for the artwork you have been sending. I love seeing what you have been doing!!
E-Art week of 4/1-4/10
Please complete the last 4 lessons left on your sheet from last week. (you did 3 of them the first week and 3 the second week leaving 4) If you do not have this page anymore, please email me: firstname.lastname@example.org I will send you a new copy. J
Make sure you are spending the correct amount of time on the drawings. When you are done, please choose your 2 favorites write the lesson # on it, and send a photo to me. Include your first and last name and you class period on the subject line.
***YIPPEE SPRING BREAK!! 4-11-4/19***
E-Art week of 4/20-4/30
Let’s go to the zoo…
I would like you to use this link: https://www.houstonzoo.org/explore/webcams/ and have fun taking a look at the animals on the webcams. Choose an animal… take a look at the shape of the body. Does it have feathers, wings tails, fur, claws? How about fingers? Hoofs, beaks? How long are its ears, does it have ears? You can use Google to look up more details and pictures of your zoo animal. If you cannot access the zoo site, you can use a phone to google zoo animal photos.
I would like you to carefully draw your animal, make it as realistic as possible, fill the page. I would like you to spend 3 twenty minute drawing sessions on it, you can use the first 2 sessions for pencil details, and the last 20 to color it (colored pencils would be best). It should have lots of details, use a timer so you know how long 20 minutes is. Look closely at your animal, notice things like, what direction does the fur go in, how long is the tail, does it have 4 legs, or 2 arms and 2 legs, or just 2 legs…. If you learn any fun facts about your animal. Please share them with me. JWhen you are done with your animal, please put your first and last name and class period in the subject line, and email it to me. I cannot wait to see it! email@example.com
Assignment for March 16-March 31
6th , 7th , 8th grade Art classes -Mrs. Judy
Elements of Art
Line- is a mark that has length and direction.
Shape- A flat, enclosed area that has 2-D, length and width.
Color- What the eye sees when light is reflected off an object.
Value- How light or dark a color is.
Form- A 3-D object
Texture- The way a surface looks or feels.
Space- The area in, out, and around, an object.
Please complete any 6 of the following projects:
Project 1: Please select one of the definitions above and look around your home. Spend 15 minutes and draw a picture with pencil, of an object that shows that element. (ex: look around your home and find something that has lines and sketch it) label the element you chose on the back.
Project 2: For 15 minutes, choose a different element and draw it in pencil. Label the element.
Project 3: Draw an object for 15 minutes in pencil that shows 2 or more elements. (ex: brick on the outside of a house, line, texture, shape) Label the elements
Project 4: Draw an object for 15 minutes in pencil that shows 3 or more elements, please label the elements.
Project 5: Spend 15 minutes and draw your shoe in pencil. Make it as life-sized as possible. Add details and textures of different parts of shoe. List all elements
Project 6: Use a mirror and draw your own eyes for 15 minutes. Be realistic, look closely at how your eyes are shaped, what do your lashes look like etc.
Project 7: For 5 minutes draw your relaxed hand (palm side) . Use pencil, make it life-sized. Look at how long your fingers are, notice the tiny lines in your palm. Is there any Value (shading) or texture (bumps, or wrinkles)?
Project 8: For 15 minutes choose a colorful object and sketch it in pencil, and then add color to it. Identify the elements you included, on the back of the paper.
Project 9: For 15 minutes, draw a picture of yourself in pencil. Add lots of details, what are you wearing, what are you doing. Where are you? Include as many elements as you can. Label the elements on the back of the paper.
Project 10: Walk outside and look for a plant or a tree that has leaves. Take a seat and draw the details of the plant for 15 minutes. What is the shape of the leaves? Does it have stems, or a big trunk. What directions do the stems, branches reach? Are there flowers? Add texture to the leaves, or stem/trunk. Identify and list on the back of the paper, which elements do you see?
Please keep your 5 projects together, I will collect them from you when we return to school.
Degrees and Certifications:
BFA Fine Arts Eastern Michigan University
Mrs. Deborah Judy
I attended Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti Michigan, I earned a BFA, with a major in Metals, and minors in Art History and Life Drawing.
I have been the Art teacher at OMS for 19 years.