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Newsprint Portrait

Newsprint Portrait

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Published by: Mark Creegan on Mar 06, 2012
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2D Design ART 1201C Spring 2012 Instructor: Mark CreeganProject: Value and Newsprint PortraitStep 1: Create a 10 step value scale with black and white acrylic paint or gouache on Bristol paper. Use 3X 2 in rectangles painted from pure white to pure black and have each value in between show a gradualgradient. In the center of each panel have a shape that is made the same mid-tone value.Step 2: Create a value self-portrait using black and white newsprint (newspaper text) to show at least 5different values. Create this on a 16X20 inch illustration board or Canson Board. You can use color printfor background.Process:Option1) Find or take a close up photo of yourself. Use posterize filter in photoshop or pixler.com tosimplify image to 5 values. I will demo this process in class. You can freehand the simplified image ontoyour 16 X 20 inch illustration board or use the projector.Then cut or tear several pieces of newspaper text to create a palette of tones. The pieces should NOT belarger than an inch. Separate into 5 different values looking at the different tones create via print(density of text, width of letters, size of text, etc). Put these into 5 different baggies or boxes. Constantlyrefer to your posterized portrait to help with the shape and placement of the different tones. Use glueto attach the text pieces.

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