Op Art Project
Op-Art Project Instructions:
1. Read Op Art magazine.
2. Answer the Worksheet questions in complete sentences and hand it in to box on teacherís desk.
3. Look through Trick Eyes book and Op-Art magazines to get an idea for your Op- Art project.
4. You may copy a design you see or create your own Op-Art design.
5. A small intricate pattern is required (Not a large simple pattern). Sections or units should be Ĺ inch or smaller.
6. Draw your idea for the Op-Art project on a small, scrap paper in order to figure out how it is made.
7. Decide what color of paper you wish to draw your final Op-Art design on.
8. Show Mrs. Jenney your rough draft sketch for approval and suggestions for improvement.
9. Ask for your final paper from Mrs. Jenney. It should be 12"x 18" any color.
10. Draw your intricate Op-Art design neatly and precisely using pencil and ruler. Compasses are also available upon request for circular designs.
11. Make sure your design covers the whole paper.
12. Color your design extremely neatly using Gel Markers. Take excellent care of the Gel Markers so they will last.
13. Some of the background paper should be left uncolored. Approximately every other small square or unit should be colored. Refer to example projects if you donít understand this or ask Mrs. Jenney.
14. Show Mrs. Jenney the finished project for approval or suggestions for improvement before you hand it in.
15. Make sure your name and period are on the project and hand it in.
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