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11037

Test next lesson!
Revise the key terms listed below. Each answer will achieve two marks if you;
1. Define each term correctly and concisely using one or more words.
2. Show a clear example of how the term can be used in a grammatically correct sentence.
God (noun) the one perfect, eternal, supernatural supreme being conceived as omnipotent, omniscient, omnipresent, originator or symbiotic (cooperative)
Alien – foreigner, or heavenly being, supernatural being
Supreme – highest
Being – life form
Supernatural – paranormal
Omnipotent – all powerful
Omniscient – all knowing or all seeing
Omnipresent – universal, all pervading or everywhere
Originator – creator
Synergetic – combined effort being greater than the effort of a singular
Doctrine – principle, rule or code
Atheists – non believers in God
Sceptics – cynics or doubters

11035

Test next lesson!
Revise the key terms listed below. Each answer will achieve two marks if you;
1. Define each term correctly and concisely using one or more words.
2. Show a clear example of how the term can be used in a grammatically correct sentence.
God (noun) the one perfect, eternal, supernatural supreme being conceived as omnipotent, omniscient, omnipresent, originator or symbiotic (cooperative)
Alien – foreigner, or heavenly being, supernatural being
Supreme – highest
Being – life form
Supernatural – paranormal
Omnipotent – all powerful
Omniscient – all knowing or all seeing
Omnipresent – universal, all pervading or everywhere
Originator – creator
Synergetic – combined effort being greater than the effort of a singular
Doctrine – principle, rule or code
Atheists – non believers in God
Sceptics – cynics or doubters

10988

Describe the story of events from the perspective of either: Jesus, God, Lucifer, or one of God’s angels. (Engage in personal research to help develop your perspective). Your presentation will be shared with the class and could be through a:
– Poem
– Song (composing the words to a tune)
– Monologue

10972

Complete the colour wheel on page 11 of your sketchbook.

Show clearly the Primary, secondary and tertiary colours.

Use curved loose hatches.

Remember to show the correct level of saturation for the secondary and tertiary colour.

10970

revise Christmas quiz for repeat test next week.

10923

completed all of your initial developments.
Select your best idea and focus on the different elements to match your study artist’s style and improve the overall composition. Remember each time you draw your idea something must change either the shape, colours, lines or tones. We should all start painting next week.
Study the Paint.net tutorial on:

Then develop one or more of your ideas to match the style of your chosen study artist.

10902

Produce a colourful winter composition in the style of Alex Berdysheff using paint.net or draw it by hand using any medium.
Further develop your idea by ensuring that all five devices employed by Alex Berdysheff are included.
What is the criteria for an A-A*
To achieve a higher grade your work must be neat and finished using the following devices.
• Abstract your photograph to make each object less realistic using the tools in paint.net. Go to the top tool bar and select ‘effects’ then ‘artist’ and then select ‘mosaic’. Adjust the shapes to suit your own level of abstraction.
• Create seasonal shapes of colour using the top tool bar select ‘adjust’ then select ‘curves’ then ‘luminosity’. Select ‘RGB’ then adjust the colours by clicking three or more dots along the diagonal line, then move them to create the right blend of seasonal colours click ok when finished.
• Decorate with puppet string (thin and thick) lines of monochromatic colour. Draw free hand with the pencil or brush or for straighter lines select the ‘rectangle select’ tool (side tool bar) then the ‘paint bucket’ and ‘colour picker’ then choose a colour from the colour wheel on the top right hand corner using the ‘colour picker’. You can vary the tone of each colour by selecting ‘rectangle select’ tool (side tool bar) then on the top tool bar select ‘adjustments’ then ‘brightness contrast’. Do this manually (by hand), if you are not confident to draw lines in Paint.net.
• 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.
Remember we have art club on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursday lunchtime between 1.30 and 2.00.

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).

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