Portraits // Graphic Design Lesson

Medium: Adobe Photoshop
Time: 2-3 Weeks
Grade: 9-12
Art Element: TEXTURE
Objective: Create a portrait using texture selection technique

Master layering basics of Photoshop (grouping, merging, deleting layers)
Master the functions of the selection tool, brush tool & copy/Paste functions
Define the basic terms Implied/Simulated and Real Texture 
Tool: Brush tool, polygonal tool


Tip: Select a "expressive portrait" to start


Part one:
Demo how to drag your image to a new document.
Demo how to create various textures in Photoshop on a Separate File [See left]


Part Two: 
Demo use of Polygonal tool
1. Create a selection on your Portrait file [see below]
2. Drag selection to your new virtual palette
3. Go to Edit Copy {while selection in live..on your virtual palette}
     ->Click back on the title bar of the Portrait file
     Go to Edit paste {your selection should past in the same spot on the Portrait File}


Tip: Shadows and details can be added subtlety using lighter layer opacities.


 * All artwork generated by the following students grade 9-12: [See below]
 [Arielle M.] [Narissa R.] [Mariah C.] [Shatori.] [Mark H.] [Joy] [Alyssa G.]
[Ariana Q.] [Mickey B.]

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      Teacher: Meredith Hudson
      Class: Graphic Design I
      Grade: 9-12
      State: NJ
      Teachers Artwork: [Website]

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