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10902

Using the drawing that was created for homework last week further develop your idea by producing a colourful composition in the style of Alex Berdysheff using paint.net (remember we have art club Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays if you would like some help).

Criteria for an A-A*
• Alter the outlines to make each object less realistic using to tool in paint.net (effects-artist-mosaic).
• Decorate your idea with winder colour shapes (red, greens, yellow, gold silver, black and white).
• Decorate with puppet string lines of monochromatic colour.
• Isolate a window shape with the rectangle select tool (side tool bar) then on the top tool bar select adjustments then brightness contrast to create the window of light.

10877

Add photographs and interesting collage textures to you bedroom outlined in class today then add colour and tone to create a realistic 3D image.
Remember the ‘horizon’ line between the floor and the walls. The images must be the correct size to fit in realistically with your bedroom furniture.

10875

Revise the Christmas quiz. There will be a test next lesson.

10863

Using the photographed sculpture that was created for homework last week produce a colourful composition in the style of Alex Berdysheff on page 17. I have saved your photographs onto the ‘P’ drive in your personal folders for you to crop the frame to a suitable landscape or portrait using Microsoft Word.

Criteria for an A-A*
• Reduce all three-dimensional objects to simple two-dimensional shapes.
• Alter the outlines to make each object less realistic.
• Outline some areas with curved/straight/thick or thin lines.
• Decorate your idea with some random colourful shapes.
• Decorate with some random lines that look like puppet strings.
• Fill in some areas with dirty grey red and greens.
• Include a large geometric window of light (see Alex Berdysheff).

10861

Using the photographed sculpture that was created for homework last week produce a colourful composition in the style of Alex Berdysheff on page 17. I have saved your photographs onto the ‘P’ drive in your personal folders for you to crop the frame to a suitable landscape or portrait using Microsoft Word.

Criteria for an A-A*
• Reduce all three-dimensional objects to simple two-dimensional shapes.
• Alter the outlines to make each object less realistic.
• Outline some areas with curved/straight/thick or thin lines.
• Decorate your idea with some random colourful shapes.
• Decorate with some random lines that look like puppet strings.
• Fill in some areas with dirty grey red and greens.
• Include a large geometric window of light (see Alex Berdysheff).

10821

There are many similarities in the lives of Jesus and Joseph. For your homework task, you should complete the ‘Joseph and Jesus’ graph which I emailed to you earlier today.
Before you begin, read each of the Bible references (note the genesis references are about Joseph). Fill in the blank spaces on the graph to show evidence of the similarities in the life of Jesus and Joseph. Keep the font and the page layout the same. Print your completed work in black and white or in colour.

10810

Revise the Christmas quiz. There will be a test next lesson.

10808

Revise the Christmas quiz. There will be a test next lesson.

10780

Revise the Christmas quiz. There will be a test next lesson.

10772

Create a list of 12 ways to illustrate ‘Ways to Know if God Exists‘.
Example “The intricate details that can only be seen under a microscope show us that God exists”. Sometimes we cannot see things with the naked eye but that does not mean that they are not there.
1…
2…etc.
Remember to write the date and h/w subheadings and then write your homework title. Ways to Know if God Exists

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