Monday, September 29, 2014

Pop Art portraits

After completing part I (self portrait) and part II (celebrity portraits) in pencil, we moved onto adding color to part III of our portrait series. Students traced a person of their choice 4 times on a piece of large paper. After that, they painted or colored in oil pastel in 4 bright pop-art style colors in each square. We were inspired by And Warhol's celebrity portraits. . . 
Andy Warhol's Marilyn Munroe

First they used the light table to trace.

Once they were ready, they used paint or oil pastel to fill it in with color blocks. They could only use 4 different colors in each square.

These are a work in progress. Soon we will be finishing up the 3 portrait series and comparing them altogether.

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