Grid Pattern PortraitFor this project you will enlarge a photograph using the grid method and then fill in the values in eachgrid box with pen and ink patterns to create a patterned portrait. The examples below show how thisproject may look when complete.
INK PRACTICE:The first thing you will do is to practice makinglight and dark patterns with your pen. On asketchbook page (approximately 9” x 12”) makea grid of boxes like the one on the left. In eachbox fill in a different pattern. Patterns will readas different values (light or dark). Some may alsogo from light to dark as you move across the boxor have more than one value in the box (seeexamples below). Create as many differentpatterns as you can come up with!After you have done your sketchbook page ofdifferent patterns you will make 6 step valuescales of 6 pen designs on a new page. Thismeans you will take the same design/patternand make it darker or lighter by enlarging it,coloring more densely, etc The example onthe left shows specific patterns. You may wantto use some of these (like hatching and crosshatching), but I encourage you to also chooseyour own patterns for which create valuescales.
After practicing with pen and ink find your ownphoto to work from and print it out. ONLY WORKFROM PHOTOS YOU HAVE TAKENPERSONALLY!!!!! You may want to print it out inblack and white to more easily see the values.You will then grid your photo for enlargement andyour paper. If your photo is 8” x 10” you maywish to use a ½ inch grid to grid your photo usingpen or colored pencil.Then, grid the paper or illustration board you willdraw onto. If you double your grid to a 1” grid foryour final it will be 16” x 20”. Grid your final withpencil. You may use any size grid (the smaller thegrid the more detail), but your final will bebetween 16” x 20” to 18” x 24. The grid should be1 to 1. If you have 10 squares going across yourpicture, then ten squares should go across yourpaper. All grids should be exactly square – do notchange the proportions from photo to drawing!You will then copy each grid – squareby square and shade it in using penand ink and pattern. If you wish todo an outline drawing in pencil tobegin you may, but no pencil linesshould not be seen in your finalwork. Viewing each block as aseparate sketch makes the taskeasier to complete.
Shade grid square by grid square looking closely at your picture reference and using the pattern of yourchoice in that grid. Pay close attention to value when you shade in your portrait! Do you see how thesimple hatched portrait on the right is more sucessful at likeness and creating form than the one on theright despite the larger grid? Careful attention to the shapes of the light and shadow while you arefilling in your squares with pattern will help you get a better result!Notes about what to do and what not to do:Nice likeness! I wish therewere shading!Really lovely, but all onepattern!No color! All value needs tobe made by your patterns,not by coloring in a lightercolor!
Grid Pattern Portraits Expanded Option for Advanced Students (Art 3 & AP)Chuck Close is probably one theartists most famous for his use ofthe grid method. After a clot formedin his spinal cord in 1988 he becameparalyzed and he developed a newpainting style, still using a grid. Hecould make lozenge shape concentriccircles in the grid with his limitedmovement and he filled in the gridwith this pattern to create his largeportraits.
*All these paintings are self-portraits by the artist shown with the artist.DIRECTIONS:For your assignment you will create your ownway of working in the grid. Create a patternof your own that you will use to create yourportrait using the grid method. Will you crosshatch in colored pencil? Use all straight lines?Use puzzle pieces of different colors?Whatever you do the grid and pattern shouldbe easily identified in your final piece. Thefinal piece should be large – at least 16” x 20”or 18” x 24”. You may go larger.Following are some examples that may giveyou an idea of what you may want to do. Thegrid method is briefly explained earlier in thishandout, but more comprehensive directionscan be found online if needed.
pen or colored pencil. Then, grid the paper or illustration board you will draw onto. If you double your grid to a 1” grid for your final it will be 16” x 20”. Grid your final with pencil. You may use any size grid (the smaller the grid the more detail), but your final will be between 16” x 20” to 18” x 24. The grid should be 1 to 1.
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