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Basic elements of visual language        Dots, lines and shapes
 Talk about the main elements of the  images: the dot, the line and the shape. Discover and practise an art style: The  ...
 The dot is the smallest graphic element  that can be used. There are two types of dots:    ◦ Geometric dots    ◦ Graphi...
   Geometric dot: in technical drawing, two    lines cross themselves in a geometric dot.   Graphic dot: is the simplest...
   Dots build images:    ◦ Our brain groups the dots to see figures and      shapes.1. The dot
We can use dots to draw objects, delimit shapes and give them volume and shadows. The dot can also give us important infor...
 At the end of the XIX century, some  French artists began to paint using small  coloured dots. Those dots create an opt...
   Georges Seurat                                   Le cirqueUn dimanche après-midi à lÎle de la GrandeJattePointillism
   Paul Signac          DimanchePointillism
   In the XXth century, other artists have    used coloured dots in their paintings.   Roy Lichtenstein (1923-1997)Other...
1. Look at the image and try to draw it in pointillist style. To do this: first, draw it in a schematic way using the soft...
2.Create a painting in pointillist style. You can draw and paint what you want (a portrait, a landscape, a still life...)....
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Basic elements of visual language

  1. 1. Basic elements of visual language Dots, lines and shapes
  2. 2.  Talk about the main elements of the images: the dot, the line and the shape. Discover and practise an art style: The Pointillism. Work with lines Work with shapesWe are going to...
  3. 3.  The dot is the smallest graphic element that can be used. There are two types of dots: ◦ Geometric dots ◦ Graphic dots1. The dot
  4. 4.  Geometric dot: in technical drawing, two lines cross themselves in a geometric dot. Graphic dot: is the simplest element we can use to draw. It’s always small and nearly round.1. The dot
  5. 5.  Dots build images: ◦ Our brain groups the dots to see figures and shapes.1. The dot
  6. 6. We can use dots to draw objects, delimit shapes and give them volume and shadows. The dot can also give us important information about colours and textures.1. The dot
  7. 7.  At the end of the XIX century, some French artists began to paint using small coloured dots. Those dots create an optic effect in our eyes that mixes the colours. This style is called Pointillism, and some of the most important painters were Paul Signac (1863-1935) and Georges Seurat (1859-1891).Pointillism
  8. 8.  Georges Seurat Le cirqueUn dimanche après-midi à lÎle de la GrandeJattePointillism
  9. 9.  Paul Signac DimanchePointillism
  10. 10.  In the XXth century, other artists have used coloured dots in their paintings. Roy Lichtenstein (1923-1997)Other artists
  11. 11. 1. Look at the image and try to draw it in pointillist style. To do this: first, draw it in a schematic way using the soft lead pencil. After, use the black pen to draw the points. They must always have the same shape. Put a lot of dots in the darkest parts, and only a few in the brightest.Activities
  12. 12. 2.Create a painting in pointillist style. You can draw and paint what you want (a portrait, a landscape, a still life...). Use felt tip pens in an A4 cardboard.Activities

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