doodling with lines, color, and framing using Preview edit tool options
For those who attended class 4, complete the coloring we did in class 4 of two (photocopies of) class1 illustrations:
— For the second illustration, get a bit wild. In class, we briefly looked at the bold, cartoon-like, expressionistic style of Keith Haring – and will have a presentation on him in class 5.
— Go beyond simply coloring the lines and filling in existing forms. Keith Haring used curvilinear lines to add dynamic movement. Play with lines, doodles, symbols, e.g. $$$$ signs, words, what else?
— Bring your (2) finished colored illustrations to class.
For those who missed class 4, no worries. It’s a simple assignment. You’ll be able to make it up for the next class.
Keith Haring, “Burning Dollar” ca. 1980