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Gargoyles

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Transcript of Gargoyles

Animal Influences
What is a Gargoyle?
The Gargoyle Project
Natural Forms
Mechanical
In Medieval architecture, a gargoyle is a carved stone grotesque, usually made of granite with a spout designed to convey water from a roof and away from the side of a building thereby preventing rainwater from running down masonry walls and eroding the mortar between.
Description of Gargoyles - What do Gargoyles represent?
Design factor 1
Images of
Gargoyles
The Gargoyles Of Notre Dame
Animal gargoyles
Gargoyle in form of a lion
Dog/Bird
Gargoyle
The most famous gargoyles
appear in Notre Dame
Elaborate drainpipes
Gargoyles were usually carved in the form of a grotesque face, figure or frightening creature projecting from a roof gutter. Gargoyles were painted and some were even gilded. Gargoyles might depicted any number of grotesque images including:

Ugly human faces

Animals

Mythical creatures

Imaginary creatures

Gargoyles combining several animals are also referred to as chimeras
Grotesque
Grotesque
Images of Gargoyles/Grotesques
'Grotesque' is a word meaning ugly
Grotesque only have a decorative
purpose in decoration.
Lions
Roaring Bear
Roaring Tigers
Roaring animals
Roaring Monkey
Goats
Cow
Sheep
Curly Horns
Horned Animals
We are ...
developing inspiration for our final gargoyle
To complete your
Charcoal drawing
including a background where possible. Consider the direction of the fur at the back of the animal and include a dark background to help the animal stand out.
To choose a horned animal and prepare a ripped paper background.
Draw the animal carefully using the negative space as a guide.
Apply chalk looking at the direction of the fur and applying the light tones first.
I am looking for you...
We are learning to...
Time allowed-
two lessons
to draw roaring animals in a variety of
different media.
We are looking for you...
To continue to experiment with
different media with roaring animals
To try out self-portrait with animal
Create portrait by taking a
photograph with Photobooth
then clone some animal onto
the portrait
Time allowed-
two lessons
to look at Horned Animals and explore them using expressive mark-making and colour.
To rip two different types of paper and and join together. (buff, black and brown work best)
To apply chalks expressively, showing blues for the darker tones and warmer tones such as yellow and red in the brown parts.
Yago
Partal
photographer
We are learning to...
We are looking for you...
Andy Warhol
We are learning to...
Time allowed-
two lessons
Use different media in exploring inspiration for our gargoyle designs.
We are looking for you...
Homework
Bali & Java
Indonesia
Oriental
Samurai
African Mask

Maasai
Native
American
North America
Theresa Paden
Polynesian Mask
To complete outstanding Roaring/horned animal drawings.
To pick a Mask Culture to develop further. Consider which elements you would want to use in your gargoyle.
To make exciting backgrounds by using acrylic paint.
To choose a culture you are inspired by and draw a mask on the coloured paper. Add charcoal to the drawing then add paint, this should blend well with the charcoal.
What grade am I
working at?

Discovery (eager to explore ideas)
Independent (thinks through most problems on own)
Appreciation for art
High-level Research
'A'
FLUENT

Risks taken but not always appropriate
Consistent
Enthusiasm & Imagination
Independence (most of the time)
'B'
Confident

Little risk taking
Inconsistent work
Own Style emerging
Average working speed
'C'
Competent
Reliance
Some understanding
limited work
Some order and sequence
'D'
Basic
Pick one piece of work on the line

Why did you pick this? What stands out about it?

How can this influence you?

How will you move on next lesson?
We are learning to...
Design our final mask (gargoyle) using our work as inspiration
We are looking for you...
To complete the study page ensuring you have completed at least two drawings.
To use tracing paper to trace different elements (your choice)
Using cardboard apply a layer of tissue paper by using glue.
You can add a background colour after this.
Draw the mask on, using tracing paper if you need to.
Start painting by adding lighter colours first. Blend by using the dry-brush technique.
2 weeks of lessons left.
4 lessons.
Mechanical
Theresa Payden
You are learning to..
To apply charcoal and chalk with control
To draw roaring and horned animals
When drawing your horned animal...
You
must
draw your animal carefully using the help sheet for extra support if needed.
You
should
look at the negative space to help you.
You
could
add some detail using your pencil to help you see the direction of the fur.


Homework
Use the
Theresa Paden
worksheet on Show my homework to help you complete research on this artist.
Include more of your own thoughts and ideas on the artist.
Theresa Paden
Make links
When drawing your roaring animal...
You
must
apply the charcoal carefully producing a range of different tones.
You
should
look at the direction of the fur and the darker elements.
You
could
add a black background to help the animal stand out.


6 Weeks
12 Lessons
TERM 6

2 lesson's left on horned animal
Homework Research and roaring animals/gargoyle
2 lessons on dippy pen and ink Gargoyle
Gargoyle Pencil drawing.
2 lessons on Gargoyle painting
Gargoyle Research
2 lessons on a Cultural mask
Mask drawing at home.
4 lesson on design ideas and outstanding work to complete.
Culture Research related to mask.
Finish design idea by the summer.
We are ...
developing inspiration for our final gargoyle
To complete your
Charcoal drawing
including a background where possible. Consider the direction of the fur at the back of the animal and include a dark background to help the animal stand out.
To choose a horned animal and prepare a ripped paper background.
Draw the animal carefully using the negative space as a guide.
Apply chalk looking at the direction of the fur and applying the light tones first.
I am looking for you...
Theresa Payden
You are learning to..
To draw a gargoyle using pencil
To apply pen and ink to create darker tones.
When drawing your horned animal...
You
must
draw your animal carefully using the help sheet for extra support if needed.
You
should
look at the negative space to help you.
You
could
add some detail using your pencil to help you see the direction of the fur.


When drawing your roaring animal...
You
must
apply the charcoal carefully producing a range of different tones.
You
should
look at the direction of the fur and the darker elements.
You
could
add a black background to help the animal stand out.


Gargoyle Drawing
1 hour -
Pencil/colouring pencil.
Homework
Gargoyle Research
Complete the questions about gargoyles on a study page. This could include you annotating gargoyle images as well and answering all the questions.
We are ...
developing inspiration for our final gargoyle
To complete your horned animal including a background where possible. Consider the direction of the fur at the back of the animal and include a bright background to help the animal stand out.
To choose a gargoyle photocopy.
To attach paper to the photocopy and turn over.
Use a biro to achieve fine lines on your gargoyle and a pencil for thicker burr lines.
I am looking for you...
You are learning to..
To use the mono-printing technique
Apple texture and tone with ink/or wax oils.
When drawing your gargoyle
You
must
draw your animal carefully using the help sheet for extra support if needed.
You
should
look at the negative space to help you.
You
could
add some detail using your pencil to help you see the direction of the fur.


We are ...
developing inspiration for our final gargoyle
Roaring Animal Charcoal & Chalk
Horned Animal (chalk)
Cultural mask page.
I am looking for you...
Theresa Payden
When drawing your horned animal...
You
must
draw your animal carefully using the help sheet for extra support if needed.
You
should
look at the negative space to help you.
You
could
add some detail using your pencil to help you see the direction of the fur.


When drawing your samurai mask..
You
must
look at the shapes of the masks.
You
should
choose half of the mask.
You
could
add hints of other colours.


Theresa Payden Research
Roaring Animal drawing
Horned Animal Drawing
Gargoyle Drawing
Gargoyle Research
Homework
Classwork
We are looking for you...
Success Criteria
You must..
Show a range of different ideas and inspiration in your work.
You should..
Draw using different media and include images of ideas you have found.
You could ...
Do more than one study page of inspiration if you have time.
We are learning...
To develop independent experimentation.
To apply a range of media and ideas to inspire the gargoyle designs.
To create a final design for our final Clay Gargoyle
Masks
From different
Cultures
Polynesian
Samurai
African
Natural Forms
Exploration of skulls/horns/flowers/natural forms
Man-Made
Mechanical Items
Costumes
Characters

Natural Forms
Leaves/flowers
Skulls/Horns
Greenman
Shells/coral
Natural Textures
Could include the following influences;
Man-Made
Mechanical
Fictional
Cultural Masks
Choose one of the three subheadings and produce a careful drawing of something from that theme.

Natural forms - Flowers and/or skulls

Manmade - Mechanical items

Cultural - Samurai/african/Polynesian masks.
To ensure all work so far is finished and mounted
To choose elements of your previous work to start designing your gargoyle. (It works best if you start with the eyes/mouth area.
Include horns/cheeks and other expressions.
Add a background if required look at examples to help you with this.
We are looking for you...
Success Criteria
You must..
Make your gargoyle following the steps shown. Smooth your gargoyle before applying detail.
You should..
Use the tools to create different elements. Score & Slip additional elements to your mask.
You could ...
Use leaves and other elements to press into the clay.
We are learning...
To use ceramics techniques
To construct a 3D gargoyle mask.
To make a mould from newspaper.
To roll a slab of clay large enough to cover your mold
To press into the clay different features
To build areas up such as the cheeks and eyebrows.
To carve areas away.
To apply detail to your gargoyle.
Inspiration
HOMEWORK
Print out gallery images for Friday's lesson
Complete the research sheet we gave you yesterday, based on one of your artists.

DUE FRIDAY!!!
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