Josef Albers and the Relational Aspect of Color
1. Make two areas of the same color look different by altering the background color and tone (20 min)
2. From swatches or samples chose 4 within a color family (similar hue) and place within a composition using them a complementary color ( 20 min)
DRAWING MACHINE (50 MIN)
Use any materials and ideas you brought and continue work on your drawing machine. IMPORTANT: ask all your questions in class and make sure to talk to instructors about anything that could be helpful. We will have a critique in smaller groups for the finished version of your machine the following week (9/28). Make sure to bring your machine, and ALWAYS BRING YOUR CAMERA FROM NOW ON.
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INTRODUCTION TO BLOGGING
1. How to safe image files and other media in the proper format for online publication
(72 dpi, websafe color, jpg, png, gif, etc) – some blogging software has problems with pdf
2. Log in at the left column of our blog:
Go to left side of dashboard, and add or edit posts. Always click publish or update on upper right after making your changes or it won’t save them.
Upload your Light & Color Composition as a 72 dpi jpg. Make sure to check off in the box on the bottom right the category each post belongs to, in this case Light & Color Composition.
If you are finished, continue with uploading to blog resized versions (72 dpi) of your Unlikely Charts or Diagrams)
From now on, you can always post entries under ‘Book of Notice’ category for your book of notice category (a short text, idea, image, video, links, music file, etc)
If you already have a blog, you can post it up on our ‘links’ any time.