The older students were just as impressed with the repetitive detail of super's images as the younger ones were. After mentioning that Super had been written about as "the king of the repetitive doodle", we discussed what doodling actually was. Some interesting repsonses to that question, as well as plenty of examples on the nametags students have in my classroom:)
Image construction was the same. The things that changed were the color of the support, the color of the sharpie marker, and the use of construction paper crayons for the other line work. Only 3 changes, but their visual impact was considerably large.
I enjoyed seeing some of the students taking on more elaborate base shapes to fill with patterns.
The drawings were also larger. We went from 9 x 12" to 12 x 15".
I changed the color of the support after seeing the below image that Supermundane created a couple of years ago. There is still a sense of depth in the image even though there isn't the stark contrast between black and colored lines like there is on a white support.
I love the details in these! Great line project for older kids.ReplyDelete
These are way cool! They remind me of microscopic views of spores and seeds that I've seen in books like Design Synectics. The intricasy (sp?) of each design as it grows up and out is fascinating. Good work!
Awesome! So glad to see examples of art inspired by contemporary artists. What kind of Sharpie did you use? Is that silver metallic I see?ReplyDelete
silver metallic indeed!ReplyDelete