- To develop an understanding of how a photograph can describe a subject over a period of time as selected by the photographer.
- To develop an appreciation of how the selected period of time or can affect the visual options and outcome of the print.
Remember: documentation of your design process is required. Be sure you are very familiar with the design process before beginning any Epic Quest.
Create your new project page titled TIME. Now copy and paste the following as you will need to complete and correctly document these 7 steps on the your design process:
- Understand the Problem
- Research and Investigate
- Generate Possible Solutions
- Select AND DEVELOP Best Solution
- Model and Prototype (Create)
- Test and Evaluate
- 1 or 2 final images applying the conceptual interpretation of “Time.” Your choice if you believe you have one very successful image then one is fine if you feel like you fell short of your goals then turn in two different comps for evaluation.
- Use creative problem solving for a inspired and original solution
- Develop an understanding of how a photograph can describe a subject over a period of time as selected by the photographer.
- Develop an appreciation of how the selected period of time or can affect the visual options and outcome of the print.
PROJECT REQUIREMENTS & INSTRUCTION
Design Process STAGE 1: UNDERSTAND THE PROBLEM
1. Consider what the goal of a CONCEPT is in a piece of artwork
- What is a concept?
- What will you be communicating?
- What is the goal of your art?
Design Process STAGE 2: Research and Investigate
Always record every resource either as a cited source or a linked resource with documentation on your project page.
2. Research thoroughly
- Resource/Research Topics
- Theme: Passage of Time
- Consider concept
- Bulb Setting / Long Exposure
- Time Lapse
- Consider using a quote on time or the passage of time to help inspire your artistic direction.
- Research at least two artists or pieces or art that might help drive your artistic direction.
- The more information you have about the people place concept of a project, the more inventive and creative you can be as you brainstorm design ideas.
Resource Starting Points:
- Quotes on Time
- Pinterest #2
- Photos that Remind you That Time Passes
- Steven Wilkes – TED Talk
Design Process STAGE 3: Generate Possible Solutions
3. Brainstorm ideas for visual imagery representing elements of your topic — Show your brainstorming as idea webs, clouds, lists, found imagery, small sketches of elements (at least 25 ideas, words, elements required)
- Brainstorm what Time can look like
- Consider symbols
- Brainstorm varying techniques that could relate with Time
- Consider blur/blending/layering as techniques that could express YOUR concept
- Avoid the cliché use of clocks in your composition
4. Begin sketching thumbnail ideas for the organization of your composition.
- Sketch at least 3 completely different design solutions in your sketchbook.
- Thumbnail sketches should be about 4″ sketches in sketchbook
- Designs should be ORIGINAL though inspired!
- Consider possible color schemes that you can control
Design Process STAGE 4: Select and Develop Best Solution
5. Select the best solution
- notate why you have chosen it
- Finalize a new detailed sketch of best solutions
- sketch the composition of entire design plan
- Detail possible color schemes
- Document what Principles and Elements you will utilize
Design Process STAGE 5: Model and Prototype (Create)
6. Begin the shooting
- Practice, develop or refine your composition and style.
- Execute your Plan.
Design Process STAGE 6: Test and Evaluate
7. Self-reflect on your design
- Evaluate and develop your images
- Consider digital techniques to further develop your composition
- Do you need to reshoot?
- Reflect of how your composition and concept is developing into a final product.
- How could you take it further?
- Ask others for their opinions and document the suggestions whether you agree with them or not.
- Refine or develop elements of the design that can be improved
Design Process STAGE 7: Produce
8. Export and Turn in the final .JPG and Print
- Turn file into the Coulson’s server
- Get final printed and matted
- Finalize Project Page with full self-reflection
- what you learned
- Fill our grade sheet
COMPLETE: You need a fully finished project page included all scanned sketchbook work with captions. Turn your your finished artwork to the Captain’s Server. Finally Paste the URL to your project page below and you may then click complete.
Great Work Visitor.
Amazing work, Visitor.
Go hang the finished piece on the Critique wall at the front of the classroom. Other’s need to see what you have accomplished.
- Matte or Mount for BONUS LOOT: Matte or Mount Bonus
BONUS Self Assessment Loot:
After completion of your project and project page documentation choose one of the appropriate self-assessments for yourself. Consider the skill, craftsmanship, originality, and composition of your final Product: