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  1. Figure and Form • Homework: • Design a title page for your new project. Include – • The title ‘Figure and Form’ • Images of the figure in any medium, e.g. collage, coloured pencil, watercolour etc. • Art Club is every Tuesday and Wednesday between 3pm and 4pm.

  2. Project Scenario • The Governors of the John Madejski Academy have set an open competition for local artists to produce a figurative outcome, inspired by the students in their school environment. Submissions must be in 2d and 3d.

  3. Objective: To explore figure and form. Task: Create a mind map on the subject of ‘figure and form. • Learning outcome • PASS: • Exploration of ideas • Use of the whole page • MERIT: • Thoughtful exploration of ideas • Inventive use of space • Interesting composition • Distinction: • Relevant drawn illustrations • Relevant pictures well placed TIP: BE INVENTIVE!!

  4. Moodboards! A moodboard is a visual mindmap! Homework: Collect enough images relating to figure and form to cover an A3 page Create a series of moodboards related to the figure. Be inventive. • Figure and Form • Figures – whole, fragments • JMA buildings – photos, frottage, building plans… • Students at JMA – photos, drawings, newspaper • Me – photos, drawings etc of my body parts

  5. Moodboards! Objective: To explore figurative artists Create a moodboard of artists who have created artworks inspired by the human body. Be inventive. • Outcomes: • PASS • Careful cutting • Use of the whole page • Thoughtful composition • MERIT • Inventive use of space • Creative composition • Careful explorations of the artists work • Distinction • Imaginative composition • Confident explorations of the artists work in a variety of media.

  6. Moodboards! Objective: To explore human form. Create a moodboard of images of the human body. Be inventive. • Outcomes: • PASS • Careful cutting • Use of the whole page • Thoughtful composition • MERIT • Inventive use of space • Creative composition • Careful explorations of figures • Distinction • Imaginative composition • Confident explorations of figures work in a variety of media.

  7. Homework Bring in, or email, a power point of figurative artworks by different artists. E.g. Henri Matisse, Degas, Giacometti, Beryl Cook, Anthony Gormley, etc.

  8. Egon Schiele Henri Matisse Beryl Cook Henry Moore Leonardo da Vinci Giacometti Eadweard Muybridge Auguste Rodin Degas Botticelli Gustav Klimt Aubrey Beardsley Jenny Saville Moodboard – artists + figures Moodboard – artists + figures • Egon Schiele • Henri Matisse • Beryl Cook • Henry Moore • Leonardo da Vinci • Giacometti • Eadweard Muybridge • Auguste Rodin • Degas • Botticelli • Gustav Klimt • Aubrey Beardsley • Jenny Saville

  9. Figure Drawing

  10. Proportion = height ÷ 4 The key to drawing the body well is proportion. What is proportion? Proportion is comparison. How big is your head in comparison to the rest of your body? There is the space for 8 heads in your body!

  11. ¼ Proportions of the Figure ¼ ¼ ¼ ¼

  12. Top of head Objective: To analyse the proportions of the figure. Chin Task: Draw a stick figure using the correct proportions. Chest • Outcomes: • Use ofcorrect proportions– • Half-way hips, head included within the top half, wrists reaching the hips. Waist Elbow Hips What is proportion? Proportion is comparison. Finger tips Thigh There is the space for 8 heads in your body! Knee Calf Ankle/Foot

  13. The ground. The ground. Objective: to draw a basic body using the correct proportions • Success Criteria: PASS • Use ofcorrect proportions- Half-way hips, head included within the top half, wrists reaching the hips. • Minimum of 3 drawings in different poses. • Interesting composition • Success Criteria: MERIT • Consistent use of correct proportions • A variety of figure drawings in different poses. • Inventive composition. • Copy the figure above. • Draw the figure in different poses keeping one leg on the ground.

  14. Figure Drawing 1 Objective: To be able to draw the figure in proportion. • Outcomes: • PASS • Use of correct figure proportions • Use of tone • Exploration of mark-making • MERIT • Inventive use of mark-making • Consistent use of correct proportion and tone. • Variety of drawing techniques used effectively • Distinction • Imaginative use of and mark-making. • Accurate use of tone. • Accurate proportions • Independence Pencil, coloured pencil, fine line pen.

  15. Figure Drawing 2 Objective: To be able to draw the figure in proportion. To explore wet and dry media. • Outcomes: • PASS • Use of correct figure proportions • Use of tone • Exploration of mark-making • MERIT • Inventive use of mark-making • Consistent use of correct proportion and tone. • Variety of drawing techniques used effectively • Distinction • Imaginative use of and mark-making. • Accurate use of tone. • Accurate proportions • Independence Chalk, Charcoal, Ink.

  16. HOMEWORK • Draw someone at home as a stick figure in proportion. Get them to do an interesting pose. Fill one whole A4 page. • Draw someone at home in proportion as a full figure drawing, NOT as a stick figure. Shade using a pencil.

  17. Starter Objective : To explore mark making techniques. Task 1: On one A3 page in your sketchbook, experiment with as many different mark-making techniques as you can think of, using ink. Be imaginative!!!! • Outcomes: • PASS • Minimum of 3 different ink drawing techniques • Exploration of mark-making • Use of the whole page • MERIT • Variety of ink drawing techniques used effectively. • Inventive use of mark-making • Distinction • Imaginative use of colour and mark-making. • Independence TIP – DON’T BE PRECIOUS… BE ADVENTUROUS!

  18. Objective : To explore mark making techniques. Task 2: prepare your page with paper and draw a figure study using ink, sticks and brushes. Be imaginative with your use of colour TIP – DON’T BE PRECIOUS… BE ADVENTUROUS! • Outcomes: • PASS • Minimum of 3 different ink drawing techniques • Exploration of mark-making • Use of the whole page • Correct figure proportions • MERIT • Variety of ink drawing techniques used effectively. • Inventive use of mark-making • Consistent use of correct proportion and tone. • Distinction • Imaginative use of colour and mark-making. • Accurate use of tone. • Accurate proportions used • Independence

  19. Starter Objective : To analyse the formal elements of art. Task 3: Evaluate your work using the formal elements of art. Describe your work using the formal elements of art. What grade would you give yourself – use the learning outcomes to help you? What do you need to do to gain the next level? • Outcomes: • PASS • Minimum of 3 different ink drawing techniques • Exploration of mark-making • Use of the whole page • Correct figure proportions • Identification of the formal elements of art. • MERIT • Variety of ink drawing techniques used effectively. • Inventive use of mark-making • Consistent use of correct proportion and tone. • Description of the formal elements used in your work • Distinction • Imaginative use of colour and mark-making. • Accurate use of tone. • Accurate proportions used • Independence • Analysis of the formal elements used in your work.

  20. Homework Bring in, or email, an image of a piece of figurative art that you like, to use next lesson.

  21. Starter Objective : To explore mark making techniques. Task 1: On one A3 page in your sketchbook, experiment with as many different mark-making techniques as you can think of using acrylic paints. Be imaginative!!!! • Outcomes: • PASS • Minimum of 3 different acrylic techniques • Exploration of mark-making • Use of the whole page • MERIT • Variety of acrylic techniques used effectively. • Inventive use of mark-making • Distinction • Imaginative use of colour and mark-making. • Independence TIP – DON’T BE PRECIOUS… BE ADVENTUROUS!

  22. Objective : To explore mark making techniques. Task 2: Draw a figure study using acrylic. Be imaginative with your use of colour • Outcomes: • PASS • Minimum of 3 different painting techniques • Exploration of mark-making • Exploration of tone and colour blending. • Use of the whole page • Correct figure proportions • MERIT • Variety of painting techniques used effectively. • Inventive use of mark-making • Some accuracy in the use of tone and colour blending. • Consistent use of correct proportion and tone. • Distinction • Imaginative use of colour and mark-making. • Accurate use of tone and colour blending. • Accurate proportions used • Independence TIP – DON’T BE PRECIOUS… BE ADVENTUROUS! Extension: Use the techniques you have learnt to paint one of your facial features.

  23. Starter Objective : To analyse the formal elements of art. Task 3: Evaluate your work using the formal elements of art. Describe your work using the formal elements of art. What grade would you give yourself – use the learning outcomes to help you? What do you need to do to gain the next level? • Outcomes: • PASS • Minimum of 3 different painting techniques • Exploration of mark-making • Exploration of tone and colour blending. • Use of the whole page • Correct figure proportions • MERIT • Variety of painting techniques used effectively. • Inventive use of mark-making • Some accuracy in the use of tone and colour blending. • Consistent use of correct proportion and tone. • Distinction • Imaginative use of colour and mark-making. • Accurate use of tone and colour blending. • Accurate proportions used • Independence

  24. Objective: To explore figurative artists. Task: Choose 3 images by figurative artists to analyse using the formal elements of art. Create a copy of each artwork using a medium of your choice. • Outcomes: PASS • Annotation identifying the formal elements used • Minimum of 2 different media used • Use of tone • Outcomes: MERIT • Annotation describing the way the artist uses the formal elements • Variety of different media used effectively. • Consistent use of correct proportion and tone. • Outcomes: DISTINCTION • Annotation analysing the way the artist uses the formal elements • Variety of different media used imaginatively. • Accurate use of correct proportion and tone. • Independence

  25. Do Now Task 3: What does mixed media mean? Use the materials on the table to create an image of a pencil using mixed media.

  26. Objectives: To explore tone and mixed media. To explore secondary source drawing. Task: Choose images from one of your figurative moodboards and draw in different media using tone. • Outcomes: PASS • Minimum of 4 different media used • Exploration of tone • Use of the whole page • Annotation identifying the formal elements you have used • Outcomes: MERIT • Variety of different media used effectively. • Inventive use of space • Consistent use of correct proportion and tone. • Annotation describing your use of the formal elements • Outcomes: DISTINCTION • Variety of different media used accurately and imaginatively. • Accurate use of correct proportion and tone. • Annotation analysing your use of the formal elements • Pen – cross-hatching • Coloured pencil • Acrylic paint • Charcoal – tonal • Pencil – tonal • Watercolour • Oil pastel • Chalk

  27. Observational drawing Objective: To explore primary source drawing. Can you choose the correct rules for observational drawing? • Eat bananas whilst painting • Wash your hands after you have been to the toilet • Draw simple shapes first • Never wash your dirty underwear in public • Press lightly with the pencil • 70% looking at what your drawing. • Wear safety goggles when lighting the Bunsen burner • Short, sketchy lines • Breathe

  28. The Rules of Observational Drawing • Draw simple shapes first • Press lightly with the pencil • 70% looking and 30% drawing • Short, sketchy lines • Breathe

  29. Primary Source Hand Drawings Objective: To explore primary source drawing. • Learning outcomes • PASS: • Minimum of 3 drawing techniques • Exploration of different media • Use of the whole page • Carefully observed drawing • Annotated using visual elements • MERIT: • Variety of drawing techniques used effectively. • Some accuracy in the use of proportion and tone • Annotated explaining visual elements • Distinction: • Accuracy in your drawing • Accuracy in your use of tone • Interesting mark-marking • Accurately observed texture • Annotated analysing visual elements • Draw simple shapes first • Press lightly with the pencil • 70% looking at what your drawing. • Short, sketchy lines • Breathe

  30. Self Assessment Task: To write a self assessment of your work today using the success criteria to help you. • Learning outcomes • PASS: • Minimum of 3 drawing techniques • Exploration of different media • Use of the whole page • Carefully observed drawing • MERIT: • Variety of drawing techniques used effectively. • Some accuracy in the use of proportion and tone • Distinction: • Accuracy in your drawing • Accuracy in your use of tone • Interesting mark-marking • Accurately observed texture I think my work today is a level………..because……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… To improve I need to …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

  31. Primary Source Eye Drawings Objective: To explore mark-making and tone. • Outcomes: • PASS • Minimum of 3 different ink drawing techniques • Exploration of mark-making • Use of the whole page • Correct proportions • MERIT • Variety of ink drawing techniques used effectively. • Inventive use of mark-making • Consistent use of correct proportion and tone. • Distinction • Imaginative use of colour and mark-making. • Accurate use of tone. • Accurate proportions used • Independence Ink & Sticks Ink & paintbrush Ink wash & sticks

  32. Objective: To be able to draw the face in proportion.. Starter The Half-way Rule Task – Add lines in the correct places using a ruler to show the proportions of the face. • Learning Outcomes: • Pass • Use of correct proportions • Merit • Accurate placement of features • Accurate proportions • Distinction • Independent use of the halfway rule. • Independent placement of facial features with accuracy.

  33. Objective: To be able to draw the face in proportion. Main Task – Draw all the facial onto your half-way rule grid focussing on accuracy in scale. • Learning Outcomes: • Pass • Use of correct proportions • Merit • Accurate placement of features • Accurate proportions • Distinction • Independent use of the halfway rule. • Independent placement of facial features with accuracy. Extension – Draw a second grid and this time focus on the profile of your face. Draw in the facial features correctly.

  34. Peer Assessment Plenary Task: Write an assessment or your partners work and sign and date it. Include their level for the work, stating the reason for it and a target to improve. E.g. ………………….. has achieved a ……….. For this piece of work because…… .......................................................................... To get to the next level he/she needs to … …………………………………………………… • Learning Outcomes: • Pass • Use of correct proportions • Merit • Accurate placement of features • Accurate proportions • Distinction • Independent use of the halfway rule. • Independent placement of facial features with accuracy.

  35. Objective: To be able to draw the face in proportion. Starter Recap Task – Without looking at your work from last lesson, can you remember the half-way rule? • Learning Outcomes: • Pass • Use of correct proportions • Merit • Accurate placement of features • Accurate proportions • Distinction • Independent use of the halfway rule. • Independent placement of facial features with accuracy.

  36. Main Objective: To explore the correct proportions of the face. Task – Use the half-way rule to draw a tonal self portrait. Focus on accuracy of scale and proportion. • Learning Outcomes: • Pass • Use of correct proportions • Use of the full tonal range • Merit • Accurate placement of features • Well observed facial features • Accurate use of the full tonal range • Distinction • Confident use of tone and mark-making • Independence. • Remember: • Draw simple shapes first • Press lightly with the pencil • 70% looking at what your drawing. • Short, sketchy lines • Breathe

  37. Self-Assessment Plenary • Learning Outcomes: • Pass • Use of correct proportions • Use of the full tonal range • Merit • Accurate placement of features • Well observed facial features • Accurate use of the full tonal range • Distinction • Confident use of tone and mark-making • Independence. Task: Write an assessment or your work and sign and date it. Include your level for the work, stating the reason for it and a target to improve. E.g. I think I have achieved a ……….. For this piece of work because…………………... .......................................................................... To get to the next level I need to …………… …………………………………………………….

  38. Grids Objective: To explore how you can create portraits that show clear emotions. Starter Task – Using a ruler, draw a grid over the top of your photograph at equal points to make it easier to enlarge. • Outcomes: • Pass: • Straight lines • Merit: • Equal spacing • Distinction: • Considered measurements

  39. Main Objective: To explore grid drawing. To explore the tonal drawing. Enlarging Task – Using a ruler, re-draw the same grid onto A3 paper. Draw your portrait from your photo, following the grid lines to ensure that your drawing is accurate. Add tone to make your drawing look 3d. • Outcomes: • Pass • Straight lines • Light pencil lines • Use of tone • Merit • Correct spacing • Use of the full tonal range • Distinction • Enlarged grid • Accurate use of tone • Clear emotion

  40. Self-Assessment Plenary Task: Write an assessment or your work and sign and date it. Include your level for the work, stating the reason for it and a target to improve. E.g. I think I have achieved a ……….. For this piece of work because…………………... .......................................................................... To get to the next level I need to …………… ……………………………………………………. • Outcomes: • Pass • Straight lines • Light pencil lines • Use of tone • Merit • Correct spacing • Use of the full tonal range • Distinction • Enlarged grid • Accurate use of tone • Clear emotion

  41. Starter Visual analysis Task: Look at the image below and answer the following questions – What do you see? What do you think about it? (personal opinion) Which of the formal elements would you use to describe this artwork?

  42. Main Objective: To explore the work of Henri Matisse. • Task 1: Open a new PowerPoint document and save as ‘your name + Matisse’. • Task 2: Find a minimum of 6 images by …………………….. and write down the title, date made and medium (material) used. Place on 1-2 slides ONLY! • Task 3: Find information about the following and write in your own words on to a new slide – • Where is the artist from? • When were they born? (when did they die?) • What type of art did they make? E.g. paintings, sculpture etc. • What does the artist focus on? • What is your opinion of the work and why? Task 4: Email to your teacher!!!!! Artist research Outcomes: Tip: To get a higher level explain how the artist uses the formal elements. Shape, colour, space, texture, pattern, scale, tone, form.

  43. Questioning Plenary Task: Tell the rest of the class one fact you have learnt about Henri Matisse and his work.

  44. Re-cap Starter Task: Discuss the life and work of Henri Matisse with a partner. Feed back to the class.

  45. Main Objective: To explore artist of Henry Matisse. • Task: Create a double spread research page on the artist, Henri Matisse. • Include- • A copy, full or part, of one of the artworks • Title – Henri Matisse • Images of the artists work • .Information on the artist • Your own personal annotation Outcomes: Add Image

  46. Self-Assessment Plenary Task: Write an assessment or your work and sign and date it. Include your level for the work, stating the reason for it and a target to improve. E.g. I think I have achieved a ……….. For this piece of work because…………………... .......................................................................... To get to the next level I need to …………… …………………………………………………….

  47. Photo Shoot Starter Task: With a partner, take a variety of photo’s of each other. Consider different facial expressions (happy, sad etc.), poses (sitting, standing etc.)

  48. Design Ideas....... Look at your figure drawings from previous lessons and choose your most successful one. What could your person be doing in this drawing? Be imaginative!!!!!

  49. Objective: To explore design and composition. Main Task: Create a series of design ideas for a painting inspired by Henri Matisse. Consider composition, media, scale, size etc. Outcomes: Design Ideas Annotation …… ………………….…………………. Annotation …… ………………….…………………. Annotation …… ………………….……………….. Annotate your designs…. Think about the size of your painting, what type of paint you will be using, where the image came from, what inspired you etc. Use the formal elements of art to describe your design.

  50. Plenary Task: Annotate your designs…. Think about the size of your painting, what type of paint you will be using, where the image came from, what inspired you etc. Use the formal elements of art to describe your design.