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Great for exploring new interests and different styles of teachers
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Students are learning to make optical illusions. We will cover elements and principals of design such as line, shape, form, depth, and shadow. This is a beginning level class, especially good for students who don’t like to make rough drafts or who don’t enjoy sketching. Many advanced students also enjoy these techniques and can make intricately detailed art. The class will be a combination of demonstration, practice, asking questions, and interacting as we show examples. Students will get...
Students will learn to use different kinds of lines and in different ways to trick the viewer’s eye into seeing illusions of depth, form, depth, and shadows.
I have been an artist all my life and a teacher for over 16 years. Most of that time I have been teaching art in the public school system.
There is no required homework. This is a project that students can start in class and continue making if they choose.
Pencil Eraser Black pen paper
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Students will be asked questions about kinds of lines being made to assess their understanding. After each technique, the teacher will ask students questions and ask to see their work to see if they are demonstrating an understanding. Students will be encouraged to ask questions.
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Sarina DArts and Crafts
3 total reviews
8 completed classes
My teaching specialties are art, dance, fashion, and writing. I have worked as a public school teacher, after school teacher, and community education teacher for over 17 years. I have taught pre-kindergarten to high school age students. I love...