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Any problems please email Mrs Kevern: tkevern@gts.devon.sch.uk

 

Year 7 - Vincent Van Gogh


Introduction to the artist Vincent Van Gogh and an opportunity to develop your drawing skills through mark making.


Watch the tutorial and follow instructions below:


https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/vincent-van-gogh-part-1-mark-making-ctgp8c 

 

Year 8 - Creature Illustrations 


Watch our tutorial to show you how to develop ideas on how to create your own illustrations of creatures that have been merged. This will develop imagination as well as drawing skills.

 

https://youtu.be/qwCTtWLbkRE 


Year 9 - Drawing Eyes


Watch our eye drawing tutorial to understand the structure of the eye and how to draw them realistically.


Your page should show the five steps and further eye studies to embed your learning. This will develop your drawing skills.


https://youtu.be/IRiSkpqmfLs

Year 10 - Out of Place

 

This term you will be doing a project based on Out of Place

 

Explore this concept (idea).

 

Write a list of words that connect to this theme (type the words into a search engine and there will be lots of synonyms).

 

EXAMPLES: out of position · out of order · in disorder · disarranged · in disarray · disorganized · in a mess · messy · topsy-turvy · muddled

 

Create a mind map page that combines images, words and drawings all about OUT of PLACE.

 

Investigate some mind map pages for inspiration.

 

Mind map pages in sketchbooks - Bing images

 

Year 11 - Development work for Urban & Rural Decay

 

Suggested tasks for this independent project.

 

  • Developing Ideas: Continue to develop a range of possible ideas for your final piece. A series of thumbnail sketches exploring the theme. 
  • Complete any unfinished pages so far. (Title Page, mood board, mind map, drawings and artist’s work.
  • Explore the work of another artist. Focus on finding an artist who uses techniques that you want to investigate and experiment with for your own work.
  • Further drawing and studies of Rural and Urban Decay.

 

Remember your ideas should be original. Work towards a final Idea.

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