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sedmramsey - great distances • The background is the...

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LIGHT AT NIGHT BY MICHAEL RAMSEY GRADES K-6 VISUAL ART - DRAWING
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* Choose Light Source Position * Sketch Idea * Apply Medium * Background First * Middleground Next * Foreground Last White Chalk Drawing
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Choose Light Source Position Light source (moon) should not appear on the art work If light source is on the work, light will be shining in your eyes and blind you Choose light source to come from left or right side for shadow
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Sketch Idea * Barely touch paper with medium to make the least visible line possible * Sketch outlines of main objects * Check the size and position of
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Background First The weak moonlight cannot travel
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Unformatted text preview: great distances • The background is the farthest away & will reflect the smallest amount of light so use the least amount of medium BACKGROUND Middleground Next * The middleground is added next * More light from the middleground reaches your eyes & requires MIDDLEGROUND Foreground Last • The brightest light reflects from the foreground • Objects in the foreground are drawn last because they require the most amount of chalk on the paper • Foreground is usually at the bottom of work & will be smeared if not applied last FOREGROUND...
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2011 for the course EL ED 302 taught by Professor Staff during the Winter '08 term at BYU.

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