TYE DYE PRELIMS.
BEGINNING 3-D ART
paper towels, Rit dye, rubber bands, string, staples, clamps
This assignment is such a fun way to reinforce Color Theory for my 3-D kiddos.
They first learned their color wheel & mixtures for secondaries
plus tinting & shading with the Polymer Clay Unit we saw a couple weeks ago.
In this Tye Dye practice unit they are also learning about Color Schemes.
The students were required to turn in 3 paper samplers,
each with a different design.
Their first one was to be dipped only in one color (Monochromatic)
the second one into 2 colors (Analogous)
with a partial overlapping in one area to see how the two colors mixed.
The third one (Primary with Secondary Overlaps plus Neutrals) had to be dipped into 3 colors
with partial overlaps as well.
The results were terrific.
What I did was look at all three in each student's packet
to find their most beautiful one to photograph.
Above are 8th graders Daisy Camacho & Dana Ahmad.
Next we have senior Julie Ahn & 8th grader Loren Kim.
And here are 8th grader Leanne Alcoy & Senior Alexis Bilas-Imperial.
These next 3 were done by Senior Hannah Park,
& 8th graders Karen Hung & James Lara.
James made an especially tricky one that turned out like snowflakes.
We end with seniors Crystal Lai-Ton-Nu & Rachel Kannampuzha
as well as 8th grader Christina Ortiz.
Brilliant job all of you!!!!