Art Pathways Program - Mr. Jerred's Art Class

3,121,200 Possibilities to Choose From!


Directions:

Please click on a button next to your choice in each of the five categories below. You can use the "Clear and Start Again!" button to reset the form. If you're done, click the "Create Art Project!" button to generate your own directions packet. Mr. Jerred will print it for you and you can begin planning and working. This project is worth 100 points.


Name: Teacher/Grade:

Media

Subject

Theme

Art Concept

Technique

Pencil

Crayon

Color Pencil

Marker

Sculpture

Clay

Photo

Animation

Collage

Paper Mache

Origami

Watercolor

Tempera

Printing

Digital

Video

String or Fabric

Still Life

Portrait

Self-Portrait

Abstract or Abstract Design

Book

Clothing

Sculpture

Landscape

Comic Strip

Book Cover

Illustration of a Song

Flipbook

Illustration of a Story

Poster

Character Design

Monster Design

Cityscape

Map

Concept Art

Mural

Furniture

Game

Calligraphy

Blueprints

Outer Space

Personal

Informative

Dreams

Historical

Architecture

Cultural

Art History

Social Commentary

Spooky

Nature

Science

Math

Emotions

Friends and Family

Sports and Fitness

Fiction

Line
Focus on different ways to use lines.

Value
Focus on how you use dark, middle, and light tones.

Form
Focus on different ways to make your art look 3D.

Texture
Focus on different ways to show how surfaces feel.

Space
Focus on different ways to show illusion of depth.

Color
Focus on hues, intensity, and values of color.

Shape
Focus on different ways to use shapes.

Pattern
Focus on different ways to use repeating imagery.

Rhythm
Focus on different ways to repeat elements of art like line, color, shape, etc.

Movement
Focus on different ways to move the viewer's eye through your work.

Emphasis
Focus on different ways to draw attention to certain areas of your artwork.

Balance
Focus on different ways to create visual interest with symmetry or assymetry.

Unity
Focus on different ways to use all elements of art(line, shape, texture, value, space, form, color) to work together for a big impact.

Variety
Focus on different ways to use an element of art (line, shape, color, texture, space, value, form).

Proportion
Focus on how to make things look like they are the right size or location compared to other parts (or make them NOT seem correct).

Warm Colors - Red, Orange, Yellow.

Cool Colors - Green, Blue, Purple.

Shading - Direction of light source, style of shading.

Shape Language - Shapes imply feelings.

Perspective - Things get smaller as they get farther away.

Overlapping - Create sense of space by having objects partially block view of others.

Pointillism - Mix colors by putting different color dots close together like pixels.

Color Mixing - Make new colors, tints, and shades.

Complementary Colors - Colors that are opposite on the color wheel.

Neutral Colors - Grays, Blacks, and Whites.

Analogous Colors - Colors next to each other on the color wheel.

Symbolic Colors - You decide what a color means, now how something really is colored.

Realism - Looks or seems real.

Abstraction - Using pure elements of art like line, color, texture, space, form, value, and shape.

Monochromatic Colors - Light and dark versions of one color only.

Blending - mixing colors or shades smoothly from one to another.

Aerial Perspective - Things get lighter the farther away they are.

Op Art - Optical Illusions.

Gesture Drawing - Fast and simple drawings capturing a pose.

Contour Drawing - Slow and detailed drawings capturing shapes, outlines, and edges.

Impasto - Use paint in a thick way.

Washes - Use watery layers of color.

Masking - Block areas with tape or other objects to protect from paint.

Coil Clay - Build with wormlike pieces of clay.

Score & Slip (Clay) - Scratch areas of clay to be connected, use watery clay on the scratches, join clay and smooth over.

Slab (Clay) - flat sections of clay

Carving Clay - Using tools to cut and dig clay into shape.

Modeling Clay - Using hands and tools to squeeze and move clay into shape.

Glazing Clay - Paint clay with minerals and fire again so they turn into waterproof glass coating.

Glazing Paint - paint by building up many watered down or transparent layers of paint.