Thursday, 16 June 2016

Grid Value Portrait

My Reflection

WAL about value in art- how light or dark something is. We were inspired by Chuck Close, the one that invented the Grid Value Art.  First we started by taking a line for a walk, where it is basically doing a bunch of squiggles and then you had to do light and dark patterns inside of the squiggles. Next we had to do enlarging pictures. We had a small picture and we had to draw that on a bigger piece of paper. Finally we we did a lot of patterns to get ideas when we did our actual art. For me the trickiest part of the art was doing the facial patterns because it was hard to do the patterns. My favourite part was drawing the hands because it was easy and didn't look that bad.