Students will be able to:
- Create two pieces relating to each other in style and concept. - Demonstrate a point-of-view for each piece on the same scene.
*Please note: Diptychs throughout history may not have included two images of the same scene or subject, but for the purpose of this project it does.
1. Concept (Pieces relate to each other/Same scene, different point-of-view)
4. Studio Habits
5. Artist's Statement
1. Look at examples.
2. Create a list of scenes.
3. Create thumbnail drawings of at least two different perspectives per scene.
4. Choose two of the most successful thumbnails.
5. Get two pieces 9"x12" paper.
6. Create piece using chosen thumbnails, media, and style.
Examples of Diptychs