For Week 5, Assignment 2: Myths and Legends-Printing the Story (2/20)

Etching and drypoint examples

 

Mythological Playing Cards. Dated: 1644. Medium: 12 etchings on one sheet. Museum: National Gallery of Art, Washington DC. Author: STEFANO DELLA BELLA.

series of playing cards printing on one sheet, the 1600s


TO DO
 :
1. For those who would like to make corrections to their laser wear project, If you have access to the projects, please submit with changes by the next class. (Keep suggestions in mind from the crit)

2. Complete your Learning Portfolio post for the Laser Wear Project. You have to provide the link to the post on Canvas by Wednesday, February 19, at 10:00 pm at the latest for my review. The day before our next class to give me time to make comments.
Please use the prompts at the bottom of the page here for what to write in your post. Include photos of your work in progress, sketches, architectural reference, the finished project, and answers to all of the prompts.
There are links to examples of posts that are good models for the Laser Wear Learning
Portfolio reflection.

3. COMPLETE A TWO PAGED SHORT READING on Nine of the Most Famous Greek Myths attached (here.) 

4. Based on your choices from the readings, create two interpretative drawings on 6×8″, 8×10″, or 8×12″ paper sizes. (In other words, I have 3 different sized etching plates leftover, so choose one size out of the three listed above for your two drawings) The images will serve as tracings for your printing process.
Once the two drawings are complete, put them on tracing paper or scan and print them in reverse. This way, the etchings will not print out backward when running through the printing press.

TO BRING for working in class:
-I will provide ALL of the supplies you need.
However, you have to complete the reading and drawing homework. Have it ready at the start of class. It will be uploaded to Canvas at that time.

About Alaiyo Bradshaw

Assistant Professor Associate Director First Year First Year Electives Coordinator Parsons The New School for Design Professional editorial and children's book Illustrator. Creator of custom made clothing and accessories line.
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