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1. Introduction to Make Pop Art in Google Drawings
Taking a photo is a great way to remember people, places, and things you have seen.
Sometimes it’s fun to change a photograph to make it more interesting, funny, or unique.
While there are apps or programs that change the colors and other aspects of a photo,another way to change the way a photo looks is to transform it into “pop art.”
In this lesson, you will use a photo to create pop art.
“Pop art” is a type of art in which common objects, such as soup cans and road signs,are often used as the main subject matter. Images from popular culture, such as famouspeople or characters, are also commonly used in pop art.
One of the most well-known artists to practice pop art was Andy Warhol,but many other artists such as Roy Lichtenstein used, and continue to use, pop art techniques as well.
As you complete this lesson, you will:choose a subject matter for your art,Add the image to your drawing and outline it,And fill the outlined sections with color.
To work on this lesson, sign in to your Google account.
Open a new tab in your browser, and navigate to Google dot com.
If you are not signed in, do so now.
If you do not have a Google account, pause the video and create one now.
To begin, open your Google Drive.
Create a new Google Drawingand rename it.
Now, it’s your turn:Open a new Google Drawing,And rename it.
Before sharing your work with your teacher, follow these steps to give them access to your file:
Open your file.
Click "Share" in the upper right corner.
Add your teacher's email address.
Give them "Commenter" or "Editor" access
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