Adobe Fresco Line Portrait Inspired by Fernand Léger

Adobe Fresco Line Portrait Inspired by Fernand Léger

Adobe Fresco Line Portrait Inspired by Fernand LégerThis ‘Adobe Fresco Line Portrait Inspired by Fernand Léger’ is a unit of work where students research Fernand Léger, draw digitally and then create Léger inspired surfaces to print their digital drawing onto.  Students will:

  • Research Fernand Léger and create a research page.
  • Photograph themselves or each other, thinking about focus, background and lighting.
  • Drawing digitally using the free Adobe Fresco App, learning about tools and layers.
  • Create Léger inspired surfaces.

This download includes:

  • A two-page unit of work that includes 6 stages to the project and homework ideas.
  • An eight-page step-by-step student guide. (You need no knowledge of Adobe Fresco as it’s all in the guide!)
  • A 5-Slide PowerPoint full of good examples (pictured above)
  • An assessment rubric.

There is also another version of this resource that looks at textures in the background of the drawing instead of Fernand Léger. You can see it here.

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