Published on March 10, 2014
Posterized monochromatic painting- Criteria & Objectives • Students will make a small 8.5 x 11 in. to 9x12 in. or larger painting of a posterized reference in one color. • Students will use a posterized reference, they must follow the posterization tutorial provided by the teacher. • Students must use watercolors or acrylics with other painting supplies for this project. • Students must use a grid or project their reference onto their canvas. Students may also use carbon transfer paper. Free-handing is also allowed but only if the student measure and sights their reference. • Students must choose a monochromatic palette, they can explore more complex color schemes per teacher approval. For instance students may use a complimentary color pair in addition to tints and shades of said pair if they posterize their reference more than 10 steps. • Students must make the painting a representational depiction of the subject, abstraction may only take place through the posterization effect. • The objective of this assignment is to use computer aided designs in an artwork, and to explore a monochromatic color scheme.
Photoshop • Take a photo or find a photo, Save it to your personal H:// drive. • Open it In Photoshop • Image>Adjustments>Posterize >4-8 steps> OK • Print full page
Monochromatic posterized paintings in acrylic
Watercolor, posterized monochromatic portrait with only one level of posterization, you need at least four levels of posterization.
Monochromatic still life painting- Criteria & Objectives • Students will complete a monochromatic painting of a three object still life in acrylics. • Students will only use one color with black and white. • A full range of values must be used from whitest tint to the darkest shade. • Students must complete a value scale and thumbnail sketches before starting a final. • The objective of this assignment is to master mixing tints and shades of a color to depict a static scene.
The practical application of monochromatic painting is the practice of making a grisaille for an under painting. Typically a grisaille does not use white or black to create it’s range of values.
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