Saturday, 14 April 2018

Sunday, 8 April 2018

Lotta: Sketching and Visual Thinking skills

This is going to be a practical and hands-on session again.

Eva-Lotta will show you some basic techniques to get sketching your ideas. You'll get some hands-on practice on how to sketch simple objects, people and faces. Eva-Lotta will also share her thoughts on practicing and playing to develop your ideas and skills. If you think you are rubbish at sketching and want to get a fun kick-start to getting into using pen and paper, you will enjoy.

Get your pens ready!


(Vídeo 5:30 - 44:30 min.)

Monday, 19 March 2018

Lines in Art: Picassa !

You are going to practice a portrait in Picasso´s double face style again. Now, it will be a woman, and... you will have to choose one of these options:
  1. Color it with warm and cold colors (front view and side view -profile- with different temperature of color)
  2. Just use pieces of paper to create a beautiful collage (front view and side viwe with different temperature of color).

Follow the instructions and... I will stop the video at intervals.

LET'S DO IT!

Friday, 16 March 2018

Lines in Art: Picasso

Lesson: Picassian Lines on Google Sites

Picasso was a Spanish painter (Málaga 1881-1973). He is widely known for co-founding CUBISM (CUBIST Movement).
More about Picasso.




You are going to learn how to create a portrait in Picasso´s double face style. Follow the instructions and... I'm not going to stop the video, so...
LET'S DO IT!



Part 2
More ideas: Clay Picasso faces

  • Picasso Memory. Based on Picasso's masterpieces at "Museo Picasso de Barcelona".
  • Picasso puzzle. "Las Meninas de Picasso". Jigsaw puzzle.
  • Picassohead. Be a digital Picasso. After getting to know the tool, you will have to draw a portrait similar to that one you have handmade previously following the video instructions. You Placan do it in black line or in colours, it's your choice. When finished, sign it and save it on to the gallery using a name beginning with SARAMAGO, your course and group and your name and the first letter of your surname. For example: SARAMAGO1DRosaF. That will be the way I will find your tasks. Of course, you can also use my email.