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  • Hello Year 9! We hope that you are safe and well

    Please read through this presentation fully before starting today’s tasks

    When you have completed these tasks today take a clear photo of each of your 3 designs, put

    them in a Powerpoint or Word document and email this document to your Art teacher so that we can

    give you some feedback – by the end of this week please (15th May)

    mcameron@ttsonline.net mkings@ttsonline.net bcash@ttsonline.net

    mailto:mcameron@ttsonline.net mailto:mkings@ttsonline.net mailto:bcash@ttsonline.net

  • TASK 1 (5mins) – Look at the research you did into different

    ceramic artists the other week and summarise it in terms of:

    1. Subject matter 2. Shapes/Forms

    3. Colours 4. Textures

    EXAMPLE – FOR THIS RESEARCH: 1. Subject matter: Floral/beauty

    2. Shapes/Forms: Portraits, hands, flowers

    3. Colours: White, Pastels, red, blue

    4. Textures: Petals, smoothness, details

  • TASK 2 (30mins)– Now to start SKETCHING out THREE

    OF YOUR OWN DESIGNS based on this summary (you may want to get some extra images from online to help

    you do this)  Each design sketch should be

    A5 (half of A4) in size  How can you combine some

    of the elements of the designs in your research together?

     What else could you include from some of your other

    coursework?  Start sketching and thinking

    on paper to come up with your 3 designs

    EXAMPLE: See the examples below that are my sketched responses to the previous

    research – can you see some of the elements I took from the research?

  • TASK 3 (30mins)– Now to start ADDING PEN work to your designs to make them look more visually exciting

    and also more 3D

     Use a black biro for this if possible

     Correct any mistakes in your pencil sketching or adjust them as you go

    along  Add more detail

     Add some elements of tone: think about where there would be shadows

    underneath these 3D elements

    EXAMPLE: See the examples below where I have added my pen work

  • TASK 4 (20mins) – Now to start ADDING COLOUR AND

    SOME NOTES to your designs to make them look more

    visually exciting

     Consider a ‘colour palette’ for each one

     Use whatever you have – colouring pencils or

    watercolours if possible  Consider which colours

    your artists have used  Consider areas of lighter

    and darker colour  You could also add some

    light colour into background areas

    EXAMPLE: See the examples below where I have added my colour work and some notes around my designs

  • This flower at the base was inspired by

    the work of Owen Charles Mann

    The blue flowers on the head were inspired by Lidia

    Kostanek

    THIS IS MY FAVOURITE DESIGN SO FAR HERE’S A BIT MORE DETAIL ABOUT WHAT I DID WHEN CREATING IT….

    I liked the flowy feeling of Juliette Colvis’ work so

    tried to create a feeling of movement in the design

    The grey/green tones in the face were inspired by

    artist Gosia

  • TASK 6 (10mins) – Take a clear photo of each of your 3 designs, put them in a Powerpoint or Word document and email this document

    to your Art teacher so we can give you a bit of feedback – by the end of this week please (15th May)!

    mcameron@ttsonline.net mkings@ttsonline.net bcash@ttsonline.net

    Next week ….we will be asking you for 3 more ceramic designs – so that we will have 6 in total!

    mailto:mcameron@ttsonline.net mailto:mkings@ttsonline.net mailto:bcash@ttsonline.net