When finished with the 2 "creatures", digital art students move on to create a scene. Each setting is a combination of 6 different images and contains a foreground, middle ground, and background.
Monday, October 31, 2016
Digital Art students are developing their own "creatures" by combining at least 3 animals together. The next step is to create a scene using images of various landscapes.
Friday, October 28, 2016
8th grade students have drawn their animal silhouettes and began to add a pattern in the background. The next step will be adding watercolor to the background and then finishing the animal with acrylic paint.
Some of 3rd hour's finished baskets.
Some of 5th hour's finished baskets.
Baskets displayed in the hallway.
Thursday, October 27, 2016
Students practiced copying multiple eyes and noses/beaks on their "creatures" by using the clone stamp feature on Photoshop.
Digital Art students also used the clone stamp to practice transferring texture from one animal to another.