Week 11 W/B Mon 29th Nov 2021

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Wk11 - This is catch-up week. Look back over your sketchbook and complete any missing work or refine and improve any work that is incomplete. You can see all the homework tasks here:

Week 23: On the lower part of page 25 of your sketchbook design your own lettering style. Write the name of the style in the style. If you name your style "Elegance" write that word in the style. Look here for some examples of lettering styles:

Watch this video for an explanation of how to design your own style

Y8 2021/22

Wk 9 - On p9 of your sketchbook, write an Urban Project evaluation 1. Write about the artists you looked at. 2. Write about the Preparation & Development of your project. 3. Write about making your Main Piece 4. Write a self-assessment. See the outline given in class here:

Year 8 Homework Urban Evaluation

Wk 8 - On half of p11 of your sketchbook, draw some musical instruments using balloint pen or fine-liner. You can draw one in detail and up to three more loosely. Sketch them first in pencil before inking them.  Look here for examples of find your own:

Year 8 Homework

Week 14 -Draw a profile view of a training shoe. Draw it on half of page 18 of your sketchbook. Extension: on the other half of P18 design your own training shoe

Week 15; Look at the image of a chair in the following link. It is a photo-montage by the British artist, David Hockney. Then, on Page 19 of your sketchbook, make an image in the style of a David Hockney photo-montage. -  you can take your own photos of a chair or copy the image using drawing materials. Make sure you show the fragmented nature of the image.

David Hockney

Week 15 - Find two photographs of objects or faces; Either find in a magazine or print from a computer. Weave them together like you were shown in class and stick the resulting image on Page 19 of your sketchbook. Look here for advice.

weaving photographs

Week 16 -  On half of page 20 of your sketchbook draw twelve triangles in three rows of four. Colour them in a range of complementary colours. You can use paint, colouring pencil, pens or a mixture of all. You can choose blue-orange, green-red or yellow-purple To aim high you can modulate the tone on each triangle.

Week 17 On half of page 21 of your sketchbook draw the title, "Cubism & Picasso". Use an interesting lettering style. Have a look at the image in this link and make a copy of it.                      Add the title and write two sentences about it.

Picasso is "Still Life with Chair Caning" 1912

Pablo Picasso

Week 18: This is a catch-up week; Complete any unfinished work. Refine work that needs improvement. See all homework tasks here:

Extension: In the lower half of P21 make a copy of a portion on the painting, "Still Life with Grapes" 1912 by Georges Braque.      

Year 8 homework

Week 19  On p22 of your sketchbook write an evaluation of your Fragmentation project. See the outline here

Fragmentation Evaluation

Wk20 -  Select one poster and make a small copy of it on half of page 24 of your sketchbook. List the 5 main features of good poster design and identify where your chosen poster uses each feature by using arrows. 1. Limited colour scheme. 2 Minimal text. 3. Snappy slogan. 4 Large, readable lettering style. 5 Simplified Imagery.

Poster Design

Week 21: On half of page 25 of your sketchbook, copy the front cover for a novel. Choose one from the collection here or select a favourite novel. Label it with significant information information. Due in your next lesson.

Extension - choose a book and redesign the cover

Book cover designs

Week 22 - On  p26 of your sketchbook, make three alternative designs for an issue-based poster. Draw three frames on a page of your sketchbook & inside each, sketch your layout. Each design should have a slogan and an image. You must think about colour schemes and lettering styles.

Lettering Styles

Week 25: Have a look at the insect drawings here                             Choose three and copy them on P29 of your sketchbook. Use pencil or pen.

Week 26 - Have a look at the insect drawings here                                 Select one and draw it as accurately as you can. Use line and tone. Employ a range of shading techniques. Use pencil or pen.

Week 27 - On page 30 choose one of the sculptures on this page and  make a copy of it 0

Previous Homework

Linear Insects Make a font style Aerial perspective Hills Landscapes Landscape drawing

Week 12 - On page 14, make 3 prep sketches for your Music Piece. They should be coloured and annotated.  Notes should indicate the materials you plan to use and the methods you aim to employ.    You must use some of the imagery from the prep studies and must use collage/montage techniques

8A homework Wk 10 - On page 13 make a final prep sketch for your Music Piece. It should be coloured and annotated.  Notes should indicate the materials you plan to use and the methods you aim to employ. You can use graphite stick, watercolour pencils, hard pastels, scraper board, wax sgraffito.

Wk 16 - On p16 of your sketchbook, write a Music Project evaluation 1. Write about the artists you looked at. 2. Write about the Preparation & Development of your project. 3. Write about making your Main Piece 4. Write a self-assessment. See the outline given in class here:

Music Evaluation George Braque

Week 24  On p27 of your sketchbook write an evaluation of your Poster project. See the outline here

Poster Evaluation Realistic Insects Animal sculptures Monoprinting

8& homework Wk 10 - On page 12 make 3 sketch ideas for a Main sketch for your Music Piece. They should be coloured and annotated.  Notes should indicate the materials you plan to use and the methods you aim to employ. You can use graphite stick, watercolour pencils, hard pastels, scraper board, wax sgraffito.

This week's homework

Musical Instruments

Week 21 - Ensure you have completed your Landscape picture in your sketchbook

Week 12 - Draw a profile view of a training shoe. Draw it on half of page 15 of your sketchbook. Use pencil and employ as many diffrent types of shading as you can. Use the shading to make the shoe look 3 dimensional.

Extension: on the other half of P15 design your own training shoe

Wk 22 -  Select one poster and make a small copy of it on half of one page of your sketchbook. List the 5 main features of good poster design and identify where your chosen poster uses each feature by using arrows. 1. Limited colour scheme. 2 Minimal text. 3. Snappy slogan. 4 Large, readable lettering style. 5 Simplified Imagery.

24 Classwork -  Come up with your final design for a poster. Make a colour sketch of it on half a page of your book. List the 5 main features of good poster design and identify where your poster uses each feature by using arrows. 1. Limited colour scheme. 2 Minimal text. 3. Snappy slogan. 4 Large, readable lettering style. 5 Simplified Imagery.

Wk 24 - This is catch-up week. Look back over your sketchbook and complete any missing work or refine and improve any work that is incomplete. You can see all the homework tasks here:

Year 8 Homework Poster Design

Week 24: On the lower part of page 25 of your sketchbook design your own lettering style. Write the name of the style in the style. If you name your style "Elegance" write that word in the style. Look here for some examples of lettering styles:

Watch this video for an explanation of how to design your own style

Lettering Styles Make a font style

Week 25: On half of a page of your sketchbook, redesign the front cover of a novel. Choose one from the collection here or select a favourite novel. Change the layout of the design, add a new font and image. Due in your lesson next week.

Book cover designs

Week 26  On one whole page of your sketchbook write an evaluation of your Poster project. See the outline here

Poster Evaluation

Wk 27 Look at the image of a chair in the following link. It is a photo-montage by the British artist, David Hockney. Then, on Page 19 of your sketchbook, make an image in the style of a David Hockney photo-montage. You can take your own photos of a chair or copy the image using drawing materials. Make sure you show the fragmented nature of the image by drawing the frames of each photograph. If you completed the task over lockdown you must make a new image of a chair at home.

David Hockney

Week 28 Revise for your art test. See guidance here

Art Revision

Week 30 On half of one page of your sketchbook draw the title, "Braque & Picasso". Use an interesting lettering style. Choose one of the two pictures in the links below and make a copy of it. Add the title and write two sentences about it.  

Braque "Still Life with Grapes" 1912                                       Picasso "Still Life with Chair Caning" 1912

George Braque

Week 31 - Find two photographs of objects or faces; Either find in a magazine or print from a computer. Weave them together like you were shown in class. Look here for advice.

weaving photographs Fragmentation Evaluation Pablo Picasso

Week 32 - Write an evaluation of the "Fragmentation" project. Follow the guidance given in class to write intelligently about your work. Use a whole page of your sketchbook, follow the guidance on the sheet here:

 

Wk1 - Click the link below to find an image by the artist Nathan Bowen. Choose one and make a copy on half of page 3 of your sketchbook. Add the artist's name and the title of the painting and then write two sentences about the painting using your Art Vocabulary sheet.

In your Year 8 sketchbook - on page 1 make a title page using the phrase, "URBAN ENVIRONMENT". On page 2 draw two frames. In the top one make a city skyline like this                                   and in the bottom frame draw your name in graffiti style like in this example:

Extension: on p3 copy some of the drawings here

City Skyline Architectural Drawings Graffiti Nathan Bowen

Summer homework

City Skyline

Week 2 - Click the link below to find an image by the artist Steven Wiltshire. Choose one and make a copy on half of page 3 of your sketchbook. Add the artist's name and the title of the painting and then write two sentences about the painting using your Art Vocabulary sheet.

Steven Wiltshire

Week 3 - On page 5, make at least 2 and no more than 4 prep sketches for your Urban Main Piece. They should be coloured and annotated.  Notes should indicate the materials you plan to use and the methods you aim to employ.  You must use some of the imagery from the prep studies.

 

Week 4 - Click the link below to find an urban image by the artist Romare Bearden. Choose one and make a copy on HALF OF PAGE 6 of your sketchbook. Add the artist's name and the title of the painting and then write two sentences about the painting using your Art Vocabulary sheet.

Extension - read about Romare Bearden here:

Romare Bearden Bearden Info

Week 5 - On half of Page 6 of your sketchbook draw the view from a window in your house; Concentrate on the buildings and other aspects of the street.

Week 6 -  Catch-up week: Improve, refine or correct any previous homework. Complete any homework you missed.

Week 7 -  Improvement Homework: Choose one of the pictures of a view from a window and make a copy of it on half of Page 7 of your book. Follow the instructions in the demo in school.

View from a Window

Wk 8 - On half of P9 of your sketchbook, draw some musical instruments using balloint pen or fine liner. Lay down a coloured background first. You can draw one in detail or up to three more loosely. Sketch them first in pencil before inking them.  Look here for examples of find your own.

Urban Evaluation Musical Instruments

Wk 9 - On p8 of your sketchbook, write an evaluation of your Urban project. 1.Write about the artists you looked at. 2. Write about the Preparation and Development of your project. 3.Write about making your Main Piece 4. Write a self-assessment. See the outline given in class

Week 10 - Find a picture of a well known singer or musician you like and on half of page 9 of your sketchbook, draw them. Add their name write down the style of music for which they are known.

Week 11 -  Catch-up week: Improve, refine or correct any previous homework. Complete any homework you missed. Ensure all your pages are numbered.