Look at a real leaf and draw it from the inside out in the same way as we have drawn in the classroom this week.
Cut a piece of fruit in half and draw using shapes. Add tone to make your drawing look more 3D. See me if you do not have any plain paper.
Produce a drawing of either a vegetable or a piece of fruit using TONE to make your drawing look 3D.
You need to use an A4 piece of paper, make sure your drawing fills the page.
learn the following spellings:
Shade - Tone - Rough - Smooth - Pressure - Proportion - Mark Making - Scale
Produce a drawing of a soft toy using Mark Making to make your drawing look 3D. You must produce your drawing on A4
Make a poster to show "What is tone?"
Produce a drawing of a leaf on A4 white paper using tone to try to make the drawing look 3D
Create a symbol that could represent you!
What is a boomerang? Where does it come from? What does it do?
Write 3 points to remember when using block paints
Create at least 3 symbols of your own, for example a symbol for a tree, a flower and the sea.
Draw at least 3 symbols that you already know and say what each one means. (you find symbols being used in different places for example on maps and traffic signs).
Create an aboriginal style design for a surfboard
What do you think is meant by earth colours? Write your answer and show the colours.
Make a poster showing at least 5 facts about Aboriginal Art
Write three sentences to describe what you have done well on the pepper project. - to remind you here are the things you have done:
- a pencil drawing of a pepper
- a graphite stick drawing of a pepper
- a papier mache pepper
- a two colour print of a pepper
Write down 3 things you need to remember to make a good quality print.
Learn the following key words - impress, block, texture, surface, print.
Write an instruction sheet for someone in year 5 to explain how to make a print. Remember to use key words such as polystyrene block, roller, ink, impress.
Produce a drawing of your own choice to show your skill.
Complete your finished version to show how you have made your pepper. You should include all the detail of how you made it and include coloured drawings.
Start a finished version to show how you have made your pepper - use illustrations (drawings) and writing. (You could do it in a cartoon-strip style)
Write a draft outline to describe how you have made your 3D pepper.
Use the drawing skills you have learned to create a design for a Christmas tree decoration.
Make a drawing of a piece of fruit cut in half. Use pencil and show tone and texture in your drawing.
Write at least 2 sentences to describe what you have done well in Art so far. It could be a piece of homework or a piece of classwork that you think has been your best piece. Also please do the student voice survey you will find if you hover over the YEAR 7 ART at the top of the page.
Create a poster about a single colour
Create your own colour wheel to show your understanding of primary and secondary colours.
Make a poster showing what texture is.
Make a drawing of 3 eggs in a bowl - this is an observational drawing - you must observe (look at) 3 eggs in a bowl. Do not make it up! If you have no eggs you can use apples or oranges or even marbles. Show where the shadows are by using tone.
Draw your favourite shoe - use line, tone and texture.
Draw an object using line, tone and texture
Fold an A4 piece of white paper into 8 sections and use pencil to put a different texture into each rectangle. remember to name and date your work.
Create a poster to illustrate the word TONE
YEAR 7 ART & DESIGN
You will be learning many different Art skills including drawing, painting, printmaking and 3D construction.
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