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Year 7 Recreating Landscapes

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Nikki Pickering

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Transcript of Year 7 Recreating Landscapes

Landscapes: The bare roots!
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LANDSCAPES
What Is a Landscape?

What layers create a Landscape?

What forms part of a landscape?
Learn to draw and paint
Landscapes

Why are Landscapes
an important part of Art?
Drawing Nature

How are natural things
drawn?
Skillful shapes & texture

How can we use drawing
and painting skills effectively?
Drawing Nature
Lay of the Land

How are landscapes composed?

What is in a Landscape?
Colourful Components

What colours are used in Landscapes?

How does Light affect colour?

How can we use colour to show textures?
Objective 1

Learn to use texture to draw trees.

Task: Draw different types of trees using your pencil as texture and tone.

SKILL: EXPLORING
Expected:Level 3
You can:
Explore 3 different tree styles
Decide which way is best for you
Use the tree images to inform your work.
Good: Level 4
You can:
Use a variety of different lines to create tree effects
Use tone to show dark and light areas
Excellent: Level 5
You can:
Experiment with using different shapes and lines
Include bare trees and leafy trees
use overlapping branches
BLP SKILL: RESILIENCE: PERSEVERANCE & MANAGING DISTRACTIONS
EVALUATE YOUR WORK
I have drawn.......trees using different styles.

I have used the technique of...........to create leaf effects.......

I prefer drawing a tree by.........

I need to improve my work next time by......
Objective 2

Learn to use tonal colour to add detail.

Task: Add colour to a tree using layers of tones

SKILL: INVESTIGATING
Expected: Level 3
Good: Level 4
Excellent : Level 5
You can
Use watercolour in layers to create foliage
Mix different tones of green using the colour wheel

You can
Use different thickness of colour to create light and dark effects
You can:
Use different brush strokes to create different areas on the tree.
BLP SKILL: RECIPROCITY: INTERDEPENDENCE
EVALUATE YOUR WORK
I have created foliage by..........
I changed the tone of colour by.........
I think my work has gone well/not well because.......
I can improve my work by........
Objective 3

Use overlapping skills to draw a jungle

Task: Use images to create your own landscape

SKILL: INVESTIGATING
Expected: Level 3
Good: Level 4
Excellent: Level 5
You can
Draw different plants neatly
Overlap some plants
You can:
Work carefully from photos to form your own image
Overlap different size plants and animals
You can:
Draw a variety of shapes neatly in layers.
Not all plant parts are visible but are suggested
BLP SKILL: RESILIENCE: ABSORPTION
Objective 3

Learn to paint using watercolour

Task: Use two different methods to blend watercolours and evaluate your favourite.

SKILL: INVESTIGATING
Expected: Level 3
Good: Level 4
Excellent: Level 5
You can:
Use the two methods to blend the paint
control the paint using water.
You can
Experiment with adding and blending different colours into the effect
You can
Manipulate the paint to achieve a smooth blend.
BLP SKILL: RESOURCEFULNESS: IMAGINING
Evaluate your work
The method of painting I preferred is.........because........
Wet Blending is where you.......
Dry blending is where you........
Something I could improve next time is.........
Objective 5

Be able to mix different colour shades

Task: Create a 'colour list' of different shades of green

SKILL: EXPLORING
Expected: Level 3
You can
Mix a set of light and dark green colours
Present them neatly
Good: Level 4
You can
Mix a range of different greens (more than 10)
Present them in an interesting way
Excellent: Level 6
You can:
Mix a wide range of greens (more than 15)
Present them in an interesting and relevant way.
BLP SKILL: REFLECTIVENESS: PLANNING
Self Assessment
I can / need to : mix a light, medium and dark green
I can / need to : mix gradually
I can / need to : present neatly
I can / need to: mix more than 5 shades
I can / need to : create an interesting presentation
I can / need to : Mix a wide range (more than 15) of shades
Objective 6

Be able to use enlargement techniques to draw a landscape.

Task: Enlarge a piece of work by David Hockney.

SKILL: EXPLORING
Expected: Level 3
Good: Level 4
Excellent: Level 5
You can:
Use small squares to create my image
Get most larger parts in the correct place
Enlarge just part of an image.
You can
Use larger squares for enlarging
Smaller details will be accurate
try a whole or more complicated image to draw
You can
Enlarge without square method
All details are accurate
draw a whole image

BLP SKILL: REFLECTIVENESS: META-LEARNING
Objective 7 & 8

Be able to combine colouring techniques to add texture and tone
.
Task: Add colour to your previous painting using mixed media

SKILL: EVALUATING
Expected: Level 3
Good: Level 4
Excellent: Level 5
You can
Use layers of colour
Mix colours to match the work
Be able to improve and say what has gone well
You can
Adapt as you work
use the quality of the materials to enhance tones
You can:
Use layers to enhance tonal and textural effects
Use materials purposefully.
BLP SKILL: RESILIENCE: PERSEVERANCE
EVALUATE YOUR PROGRESS
So far I have used........to add colour.
I think I have done well with........
I need to improve........by................
Next lesson I need to........in order to..........
Objective 9

Be able to use methods learnt to create a landscape piece

Task: Design and plan a landscape layout
.

SKILL: INVESTIGATING
Expected: Level 3
Good: Level 4
Excellent: Level 5
You can
Create 2 designs which has a FG. MG and BG
Combine 2 of the methods used
Annotate your design and say which is best
You can
Design purposefully
Take into account all of the methods used
explain what materials you might use
You can
create a complex design which overlaps different areas
Take into account perspective.
BLP SKILL: REFLECTIVENESS: PLANNING
Objective 10 & 11

Be able to complete a final design based on evaluation

Task: Complete your chose final design using skills independently.


Expected: Level 3
Good: Level 4
Excellent: Level 5
You can:
Use painting and drawing to create your final piece
Decide which is your best design
Be able to say how work is going
You can
Use other materials to enhance your work, such as colour pencil
Be able to adapt work as you go
Use tone and texture skills
You can:
Use more than 2 materials to build up your image
Use information from other artists and images to inform your work
BLP SKILL: RESILIENCE: ABSORPTION
Homework: Due 16th Jun

Collect 4 different Landscape images which you find interesting
Homework:

Select 3 different examples of Landscape photos - from magazines/postcards/internet.

Label each part of the landscape
Homework:

Find an example landscape by David Hockney.

Answer the question:

How do you think he has used colour to give the image a feeling?

Henri Rousseau

French Painter born May 21, 1844
Famous for painting jungle scenes
He never visited a Jungle but painted from his visits to botanical gardens in Paris and looking in books
He probably had to do this because........
S.A
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W:
ANS:
Objective 5 continued

Be able to mix different colour shades

Task: Use your mixing skills to create a jungle.

SKILL: EXPLORING
Expected: Level 3
You can mix different greens and apply them in layers.
Expected: Level 4
You can mix a wide range of greens and apply them neatly in layers.
You will use colours on top of each other when dry
Expected: Level 5
You can use different brush techniques and blend tones as you paint, creating different layers and textures
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