Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Myth Illustrations Part Deux

Homework: 1. Finish ink line work and coloring on myth illustration. Copy descriptive paragraph, in ink, on index card.
2. Re-read course overview and make sure you bring all art materials to class Wednesday.

A reminder: We've started the year off very well and I'm extremely proud of all the 6th grade students for working so hard to succeed in a new school. You have been creative, open-minded, curious, and respectful in class. So let's not let things slide! Make sure that your full name and section are on every piece of work you hand in to me. On artwork, you need a full heading. It looks like this:

First and last name - 6B
Title of Assignment

Today's warmup: Pretend that your illustration is an ancient papyrus hanging in a museum. Write a paragraph describing where it came from and what archaeologists and scholars think might be happening in the illustration.

Today's classwork: Myth Illustrations. Pencil lines inked over and stray pencil marks erased; entire illustration colored with colored pencil; descriptive paragraphs copied onto index cards. Any unfinished work is due tomorrrow morning.

Tutoring: I am available Wednesday mornings from 7:45 to 8:20 am in Room 103, or by appointment.

1 comment:

  1. Looks like a great class, Mr. Blumenfeld! Wish I could take it!