202 - Demonstrate knowledge of hazard communication law/environmental protection to include SDS.
301 - Design objects using linear perspective.
306 - Produce color illustrations using various media.
608 - Design promotional materials.
- Try to get a mix between candid shots of people working in their programs and posed images of friends in their workspace.
- These images will be used for the two page spread of each program. We will minimally need about eight or nine really good images from each session (AM & PM) for a total of 16-18 photos. Try to mix up the subjects in the photos.
- Don't be afraid to fill your frame! Close ups are good!
- Work in teams of two and be sure to stay out of these pictures when shooting.
- Make sure that you give yourself time to move images to your computer after your session. We can't afford to lose images in this process and it's disruptive to the teachers if we need to redo these sessions.
Safety: We're going to be discussing SDS (Safety Data Sheets) and the laws about hazard communication. You should always be aware of the health implications of the solvents, paints and cleaning solutions that you're using where you work. We'll be working on filling in some missing sheets in our SDS binder for our lab. This site explains the Right to Know laws thoroughly.
Perspective Drawing: Our drawing project for this week focuses on adding the illusion of depth to our illustrations by using 1 point, 2 point and 3 point perspective. Watch the two videos below and research different options on YouTube for a project you wish to complete. These can be created using either traditional drawing tools or you can create these using Adobe Illustrator or Photoshop.