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11987

Draw one of the objects listed in your mood pages. You will now produce a range of more personalised still-life compositions.

Criteria
6. Show a light and sensitive use of line and linear mark making.
7. Show a variation of tone (light, shade and shadows) to create the illusion of three dimension.
8. Must be accurate (use positive and negative shapes as well as symmetrical horizontal and diagonal lines to when measuring parts of your object).
9. Show broken outlines where light interrupts the edge.
10. Present your homework in pristine condition (clean and neat).

11985

Copy the artist’s drawing that was researched last week.

Criteria
1. Show a light and sensitive use of line and linear mark making.
2. Show a variation of tone (light, shade and shadows) to create the illusion of three dimension.
3. Must be accurate (use positive and negative shapes as well as symmetrical horizontal and diagonal lines to when measuring parts of your object).
4. Show broken outlines where light interrupts the edge.
5. Present your homework in pristine condition (clean and neat).

11983

Homework
Separate homework set according to area of sketchbook development.
Secondary observations to be completed. Choose three pages from those listed below.
Remember to roughly annotate each page in pencil first noting all of your thoughts about the drawing and how it might work in terms of metamorphosis, the medium used and if you might use this for your final piece and finally the further development what will you do next?
Carlos – Complete the drawings on pages 7 and 19.
Carl – Complete the drawing page 24.
Sam Complete the drawings on pages 17, 18 and 19

11970

Research a drawing that you would like to copy. In the search engine type – still life drawing.
You could pick an artist that works in chalk, oil pastels, charcoal, wax or watercolour pencils, pen and ink or mixed media.

Use the writing format emailed to you.

11978

Search online for an interesting drawing. In the search engine type – still-life equilibrium drawing.

Under a subheading;
About the work
Write a paragraph describing the work.

Under a subheading;
About the artist
Write a paragraph about the artist i.e., when they were born, their nationality and anything interesting about them and/or how they work.

Under a subheading;
Personal connection
Write about how you feel personally about this drawing.

11976

Drawing to create form.
1. Draw an object on a table.
2. Use drawing devices (plains, shape and symmetry) to make sure that your outline is correct.
3. Check the negative and positive shapes within and without your object.
4. Add tone reflect the exact qualities of light, shade and shadow as shown in class.

11973

Separate homework set according to area of sketchbook development.
Secondary observations to be completed. Choose three pages from those listed below.
Remember to roughly annotate each page in pencil first noting all of your thoughts about the drawing and how it might work in terms of metamorphosis, the medium used and if you might use this for your final piece and finally the further development what will you do next?
Carlos 7 and 13 are now completed. Choose three of these pages for this week’s homework – 19, 24, 25, 27 and 28.
Carl 7, 20, and 21 are now completed. Choose three of these pages for this week’s homework – 22, 23, 24 and 25.
Sam pages 8, 17, 18 are now completed. Choose three of these pages for this week’s homework – 19, 20, 21, 22 and 23.

11971

Research your favourite definition of ‘faith’ and explain your choice.
Read Appendix E and discuss the various perspectives on faith with your peers. Write your own personal definition as a half page or full page essay.

(Searching for definitions is a bit like searching for faith when you think about it).

11968

Search online for an interesting drawing. In the search engine type – still-life equilibrium drawing.

Under a subheading;
About the work
Write a paragraph describing the work

Under a subheading;
About the artist
Write a paragraph about the artist i.e., when they were born, their nationality and anything interesting about them and/or how they work.

Under a subheading;
Personal connection
Write about how you feel personally about this drawing.

11951

In your next lesson we’ll be looking at a war that occurred in heaven before the creation of our world, the first battle in eternity’s history, and the most consequential.
For your writing task we will – fill a blank Question Card with a question that you would ask God about the very beginning of time as we know it, even before the world was created.
Homework Activity
Think of that question
Be ready to write it down at the start of our next lesson.
Think about how God might answer your question too.

(who, what, when, where, Why and how is a guide if you are stuck for ideas).