Tuesday, January 31, 2012

HOW TO MOUNT MS WORD DIGITAL DRAWING FOR DISPLAY PART 2

MICROSOFT WORD DRAWING PROJECT No. 34

TITLE:   HOW TO MOUNT MS WORD DIGITAL DRAWING FOR DISPLAY PART 2
TYPE:    FINE ART
Still remember Project No. 30 that shows how the drawing of a half apple can be done in MS Word? Now you have learned how to draw a tangerine, right? Why not use these two drawings to create a still life composition that can be mounted on the wall. Please refer Project No. 32 for information on how to mount a piece of artwork for display. Art teachers can make use of this activity to teach composition and balance. In a visual art composition, elements, subjects or images are arranged in a given space such as the space on a piece of drawing paper resulting in a visually balanced work. The principles of design are used to help achieve unity in the overall composition and thus creating a quality work of art. Knowledge in Basic Design or Visual Art Theory has its advantages because it enables the artist to explain in elaborate details about his or her work of art. That is why the topic of Art Appreciation is also taught in Art Class.


Chang Hon Woon, Half Apple and Tangerine on Marble Table, 2012, MS Word digital drawing and photography, 19.5 x 28 cm, Malaysia.


All these drawings were created by the Curve line tool. Finally, add in the shadow effects and you’ll have a piece of work like the one above. Here’s another piece of work that is suitable to be mounted on the dining room wall.

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