Art - Value Study

Shattered Value Study

The Elements of Art

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The elements of art are the basic components of art-marking.


It is impossible to create a work of art without using at least one of the seven elements of art.


In order to be successful in art creation, an artist must be able to intelligently use the elements of art.


http://thevirtualinstructor.com/artfundamentals.html

The Principles of Design by Art Heroes - YouTube
Art Principles
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We are going to create a piece of art using the element of VALUE

Value is one of the seven elements of art. Value deals with the lightness or darkness of a color. Since we see objects and understand objects because of how dark or light they are, value is incredible important to art. (drawing and painting is about seeing.)

Value Scales

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https://youtu.be/dF_8F8v8W2w
How to create a value and gradation scale using a pencil.
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Here are some examples of what you are going to create

Shattered Value Study

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Here is what to do:

1. Practice your value scales - Your art depends on knowing how to do one

  • Have Mrs. Bedford approve your scale before you begin
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2. Choose a simple picture

  • You can draw it yourself
  • Find it on clipart
  • Find it in a magazine or on the internet

- - Make Sure Your Picture Does Not Have Too Much Detail

  • Run it past Mrs. Bedford before you begin

3. Draw your picture on the art paper provided

4. Shatter your picture

  • Just like a mirror would shatter if you hit it with a hammer you are going to 'shatter' your image
  • To do this you may extend lines of your picture or create a pattern over your picture
  • If you are using a pattern try to make it relevant to your picture - for example, if you are drawing a fish think about a waves or coral pattern
  • EACH SHAPE MUST BE AN ENCLOSED SPACE
  • Use the examples above to help you
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5. Create a value scale in each enclosed space

  • There should be no areas left unshaded

6. Please refer to the rubric

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7. Be creative and have fun!