Using the pipe handout, students will watch and follow along with their own worksheet in creating the four fittings and how to shade and blend the fittings. They will then try attaching straight pipes between the fittings for a realistic feel.
Students will take what they have learned and practice a composition for the pipes. The composition should have a purpose (ex.: playground, ant farm, video game, etc.) Students will present idea and visual diagram for their design. Upon teacher approval, students will border a 9x12 white drawing paper. They will then lay out their design and
draw the pipes according to teacher example. Students will blend their shading of pipes with pencil and a tortillon, and the background will be done with colored pencil. Their completed design will require removing the border and placing project on colored construction paper.
Students will be introduced to value, shading and texture by creating a value scale and creating texture through shading and hatching techniques.
Students will create a pipe project using the skills learned from the above lessons.
Students will listen to instructions as the teacher uses visuals to demonstrate the desired outcome.
Students will read instructions as well as hearing them spoken.
Objectives, vocabulary and activities will be written on the boardt
Cylinder: A 3-D Form consisting of two ovals connected with a set of parallel lines.
Tortillon: A tightly rolled paper used in blending
Shading: Showing change from light to dark or dark to light on an object
Overlapping: When one thing is placed in front of another
Blending: To mix smoothly together
Pipe worksheet , ruler, pencil, tortillon,
white drawing paper, colored construction paper,