Art Attack Video:
- A drollerie or drollery, often also called a grotesque, is a small decorative image in the margin of an illuminated manuscript, most popular from about 1250 through the 15th century, though found earlier and later. The most common types of drollery images appear as mixed creatures, either between different animals, or between animals and human beings, or even between animals and plants or inorganic things. Examples include roosters with human heads, dogs carrying human masks, archers winding out of a fish’s mouth, bird-like dragons with an elephant’s head on the back etc.
(Found at: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drollerie )
- If Frodo and Sam Had Google Maps:
- An assemblage is a work produced by the incorporation of everyday objects into the composition. Although each non-art object, such as a piece of rope or newspaper, acquires aesthetic or symbolic meanings within the context of the whole work, it may retain something of its original identity. The term assemblage, as coined by the artist Jean Dubuffet in the 1950s, may refer to both planar and three-dimensional constructions.
- (Found at: https://www.britannica.com/art/assemblage)
Cross Contour Drawing:
Continuous Contour Drawing of a Hand:
Blind Contour Success Criteria
- Drawing looks like a person
- Attention to facial features
- No Scribbling
- One Continuous Line
- No Looking
LAST DAY OF BLIND CONTOURS!