Y7 Visual Elements Page

Please complete the Form using sheet handed out FORM (click to print) in one section of your Visual Elements page and complete a TEXTURE section using collaged papers. Please keep them flattish so that they don’t interrupt with drawing on future pages, such as sweet wrappers, fine sandpaper, etc – no screwed up balls of tissue paper. Come up to Art on Mon, Wed or Fri for help and to raid our scrap box.

Pattern Development

Using the two traced shapes (larger ones drawn on the tracing paper) developed in the lesson today create at least 3 different pattern combinations mixing together the two different shapes. Think about rotational symmetry. Add colour to at least 2 of them with colouring pencils. Select 2 complementary colours (opposite in colour wheel), i.e. red and green, blue and orange or yellow and purple.

You could try outlining shapes in the colours and leaving them hollow or filling them with solid shade. Advanced colouring would include blending the colours from light to dark. If you select Red and Green you could blend pink into deep red and lime into emerald or forest green. Be sure to stay in the lines!!!!

Pattern development

Using the two traced shapes (larger ones drawn on the tracing paper) developed in the lesson today create at least 3 different pattern combinations mixing together the two different shapes. Think about rotational symmetry. Add colour to at least 2 of them with colouring pencils. Select 2 complementary colours (opposite in colour wheel), i.e. red and green, blue and orange or yellow and purple.

You could try outlining shapes in the colours and leaving them hollow or filling them with solid shade. Advanced colouring would include blending the colours from light to dark. If you select Red and Green you could blend pink into deep red and lime into emerald or forest green. Be sure to stay in the lines!!!!

Y8 Pattern development

Using the two traced shapes (larger ones drawn on the tracing paper) developed in the lesson today create at least 3 different pattern combinations mixing together the two different shapes. Think about rotational symmetry. Add colour to at least 2 of them with colouring pencils. Select 2 complementary colours (opposite in colour wheel), i.e. red and green, blue and orange or yellow and purple.

You could try outlining shapes in the colours and leaving them hollow or filling them with solid shade. Advanced colouring would include blending the colours from light to dark. If you select Red and Green you could blend pink into deep red and lime into emerald or forest green. Be sure to stay in the lines!!!!

Y9 Collect Images for Collage

Think of a theme for your collage page in the style of Teesha Moore. Print off or cut out of magazines images to use next lesson. You will be working on A3 paper so the images need to be quite big.

Also, find a quote to write on the page.

See imagery below to remind yourself the style of the collage.

Teesha Moore imagery

 

Set up Pinterest Account and print images

Set up a Pinterest account. Follow Mrs Truch, at which point she will request you to join the Y10 group and then you can add to the Y10 Interesting Sketchbooks board.

Print off a page of images relating to your chosen topic (not necessarily the ones off the above board) – Fastenings, Steampunk, Nature or Butterflies and Bugs. We will use these to draw from and add them to your sketchbooks.

Please remember to bring one of your sketchbooks to your lesson on Monday.

Y7 Bee Drawing

Select one of the bee images to draw in pencil. Draw in your sketchbook on the page we printed gold honeycomb pattern onto. I would suggest you fit it in on a white bit of the page. It is fine if bits overlap the gold. Keep it a similar size as on the sheet. Try to be as accurate as possible without tracing! If you have lost your sheet collect another one from Art (in the box labelled Y7 along from the computer) or see Mrs Truch on Mon, Wed or Fris.

Here are the bee pics. Bee images

Y7 Draw a bee

Select one of the bee images to draw in pencil. Draw in your sketchbook on the page we printed gold honeycomb pattern onto. I would suggest you fit it in on a white bit of the page. It is fine if bits overlap the gold. Keep it a similar size as on the sheet. Try to be as accurate as possible without tracing! If you have lost your sheet collect another one from Art (in the box labelled Y7 along from the computer) or see Mrs Truch on Mon, Wed or Fris.

Here are the bee pics. Bee images