The electrician at school has an amazing colored lightbulb collection hanging on the walls of his workshop. I've been eyeing them for a long time. It was time for my beginning art class to explore their potential as overlapping objects. Ink isn't the easiest medium to control and isn't very forgiving if you make an error. One of the objectives was to create different values of a color by using water to dilute the ink. You might to check out some Raymond Pettibon colored ink drawings.
Monday, October 15, 2012
Lightbulb ink drawings high school
Posted by Bob Rob Medina at 8:15 PM
Labels: background, design, expression, High School art, ink, lightbulbs, lines, pattern, shading
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