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  • Use ppt uploaded to mle to print off larger house images
  • This is saved in HORROR hw presentation on MLE in a smaller formet for printing
  • Students will start to mark our the composition – doors and windows on their house, they will consider composition. Using pencil so they can make changes before cutting.
  • Texture slides can be found on the MLE under Yr 8 2013-2014 >Horror/Darkwood manor 2013-2014 >handouts
  • Talk about relavence of this artist. How could we use his work to help contruibute to our class outcome?How could students use elements of this work for their own work?
  • Doors and windows can be found on the MLE under Yr 8 2013-2014 >Horror/Darkwood manor 2013-2014 >handouts
  • Talk about relavence of this artist. How could we use his work to help contribute to our class outcome?How could students use elements of this work for their own work?Lighting, sound etc. small sound and video available to watch here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MEJSKJsQ-V0
  • THIS IS IN HANDOUT FORM IN THE HOMEOWRK SECTION OF THE PROJECT ON THE MLE
  • THIS IS A HANDOUT
  • You can think about how they make you feel and how the person who took them was feeling
  • often creating a very strange effect in all eating scenes. He often uses fast-motion sequences when people walk or interact. His movies often involve inanimate objects being brought to life through stop-motionCLICK ON LINK TO WATCH VIDEO
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    • 1. Horror Project Year 8
    • 2. Art Classroom Safety RULES • Don’t run around • Wear an apron when using wet materials • Tie long hair back • Don’t wear loose clothing • Wear sensible footwear • Always wash paintbrushes, palettes and water pots thoroughly • Return materials at the end of the lesson
    • 3. Task 1 Learning Objectives To create a full page drawing of a haunted spooky house Learning Outcomes All students will: Create a detailed line drawing of a spooky house, using the images for inspiration. Range of mark making. Thoughtful use of water to blend marks in the most appropriate places. Most students will: Create a spooky atmosphere by adding tone Some students will also: Refine tone and detail by blending ink with water. Use a variety of marks to enhance their drawing
    • 4. To gain a level 4 I have shown a couple of different ideas that satisfy the brief. I demonstrate some understanding of how the composition will look and have drawn detail. My drawings show some elements of care and presentation. To gain a level 5 I have shown a variety of detail and added some tone. I demonstrate good understanding of light and shaded areas in the piece. My drawings show some good care and presentation skills. To gain a level 6 I have shown texture when drawing in detail and have experimented with lots of different mark making. I demonstrate excellent understanding of how to vary tone to create a shadow effect. My overall piece is produced with care and attention to detail
    • 5. HOMEWORK: DUE NEXT LESSON 1. Bring in a shoe box to the next art lesson. 2. Create a portrait of Frankenstein’s monster from the description in Mary Shelley’s ‘Frankenstein’ below. Try and be original with your work, Ensure you use a whole page, Level 6-7 use colour. ‘It was on a dreary night of November that I beheld the accomplishment of my toils. His limbs were in proportion, and I had selected his features as beautiful. Beautiful!--Great God! His yellow skin scarcely covered the work of muscles and arteries beneath; his hair was of a lustrous black, and flowing; his teeth of a pearly whiteness; but these luxuriance only formed a more horrid contrast with his watery eyes, that seemed almost of the same colour as the dun white sockets in which they were set, his shrivelled complexion and straight black lips.’ Mary Shelley, Frankenstein, 1823 GLOSSARY dun - dull, empty lustrous – shiny, glossy Luxuriance – richness, extravagance Shrivelled – shrunken, withered Toils – hard work, labour
    • 6. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=patgT_qG65U&safe=active Identify 3 scary features in this film clip. Talk to your partner How can you use these features when creating your homework?
    • 7. HOMEWORK: DUE NEXT LESSON Either dress up yourself or work with a friend/relative to dress up as a ghost/vampire/zombie. Some of you may want to use interesting props or body extensions, as shown in the examples below. When you complete the zombie effect, take some photos of your work. You should all take a close up of the face and another angle. Your images will be used for the backdrop to your spooky house. If you don’t have access to camera then you can search on Google or take screen shots of a creepy action games or films. Choose a variety of images and present across one page in your sketchbook Level 4-5: Take one or two close up pictures of the face and of different angles Level 6-7: include props and experiment with creating shadow when photographing your scary character
    • 8. Tone Use half a page in your sketchbook to recreate the tone bar. Start with white and slowly add small amounts of black to make a darker tone
    • 9. Complete the 5 boxes using 5 different tones, starting with white and finishing with black
    • 10. Learning Objectives To create a successful composition for your house. To start considering the mid-ground (inside) your house. Learning Outcomes All students will: Mark out the main features such as doors, windows and other elements go on the shoebox Most students will: Use a variety of door and window shapes to make the foreground Some students will also: Have more detailed doors and windows, for example a door that can open, cracks on windows, window panes. Some will consider the shape of their house – roof and extensions. TASK 2
    • 11. STARTER: Write down what you think the word COMPOSITION means on a post-it • How can we create a good composition in our houses? • Proportion • Equality • Balance The combining of parts or elements to form a whole. The way in which such parts are combined.
    • 12. Does your house have to have a symmetrical composition? VERSUS
    • 13. • Collect your house • Discuss the ‘composition’ of your house with your partner. • Ie. Where the doors and windows are: • Proportion • Symmetrical • balanced • WWW • EBI
    • 14. Task 3 Learning Objectives To refine boxes by adding collage effects. Learning Outcomes All students will: Covering the outside of box with different textured images and grey paint to age the outside of their house. Most students will: Cover the house and use paint to blend the white edges of the collage paper. Some students will also: Refine the detail on their houses by demonstrating use of varied tone and adding smaller foliage detail
    • 15. What sort of textures can we add to hour box to make it look more like a house?
    • 16. How can we create an effective collage? • SMALL pieces of paper • Use paint to add tonal variation or to highlight areas Use a sponge to help ‘know back’ the textures. This will especially help if they do not all match!
    • 17. Learning Objectives To refine boxes, visually and structurally Learning Outcomes All students will: Refine the interior and exterior of box by using paint and images. Ensure box is structurally sound. Most students will: Develop boxes using different tones Some students will also: Refine box by using varied techniques to apply tonal value with paint, ensure windows and doors are structurally stable TASK 4
    • 18. Richard Hawkins The Last House EXTENSIONS ON YOUR HOUSE VARYING SHAPE OF THE ROOF
    • 19. Use the images provided of door and window frames to help decorate you house.
    • 20. Wafa Hourani CLICK HERE to watch a short video of the installation at the Saatchi Gallery EXTENSIONS ON YOUR HOUSE VARYING SHAPE OF THE ROOF SOUND LIGHTING
    • 21. Learning Objectives To create a background composition for your house. TASK 5
    • 22. Year 8 Homework due Tuesday 20th March ARTIST RESEARCH Choose ONE of the artists below. Wafa Hourami - Qalandia 2067 Francesca Woodman – Space 2Jan Svankmajer - Alice 1. Choose an artwork by your ONE of the above artists and draw a version of this in your sketchbook. 2. Answer the following questions about the chosen artwork: Level 4 i. Describe what is going on in the artwork/photograph? Level 5 ii. What materials has the artist used to make the art work?(film/photo/sculpture) Level 6/7 iii. Discuss the ideas behind the art work and the intentions of the artist. Using book and/or internet as research, complete the question below
    • 23. All : To start to develop a background composition using your homework as inspiration. Most: Use your original image to create a background for your house. Add some detail and tone to enhance the ‘spookiness’ of the image. Some: Use silhouettes to create a foreground figure in window or door/section of window or door. Use 2 or 3 different techniques with your pen to create texture
    • 24. REMEMBER THIS HOMEWORK???? Your images will be used for the backdrop to your spooky house. If you don’t have access to camera then you can search on Google or take screen shots of a creepy action games or films. Choose a variety of images and present across one page in your sketchbook
    • 25. Contour hatching Scumbling Cross hatching Random hatching stippling hatching MARKS YOU CAN USE WHEN TRACING YOUR WORK
    • 26. Use a variety of marks to enhance image. Contour hatching Scumbling Cross hatching Random hatching stippling hatching Contour hatching Scumbling Cross hatching Random hatching stippling hatching Use a variety of marks to enhance image.
    • 27. Francesca Woodman 1958 -1981 What feelings are conveyed by the artist who took these pictures? The artist intended to… She did this by… (describe something in the image) She wanted us to think / react ……
    • 28. Rachel Whiteread Place (Village) Behind the Scenes at 'Place (Village)'Rachel whiteread places (village) Racheal Whiteread talks about her work skip to 2.59 for good discussion of the content of this work
    • 29. Video Questions – Place Village http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3g-1jcpMNQ • How does Whiteread say she uses light in her work • What sort of objects does she work with? • Why is the work different to her usual work? • How is it similar? Name 5 ways in which it is similar • What does you think she means by ready made? • What do the light do to the work? • How did Whiteread want the viewer to experience the work?
    • 30. Richard Hawkins - The Last House Wafa Hourani - Qalandia 2087 Rachael Whiteread - Place Look at the 3 artworks below and answer the questions in your sbk: In what ways are they similar? In what ways are they different? What sort of atmosphere do the works create? Choose one of the works to copy into your sketchbook
    • 31. Scumbling Stippling Cross-hatching EXIT CARDS Write your name on the post it and draw small diagrams of each of the following:
    • 32. TASK 6 Learning Objectives To complete tracing: use a variety of mark making techniques. Use a variety of materials to enhance spooky house GLUE GUN FOR COBWEBS! SHOE POLISH TO SCUFF UP HOUSE
    • 33. STARTER Fill in as many of the boxes as you can NAME: Contour hatching Scumbling Cross hatching stippling hatching Random hatching NAME: Contour hatching Scumbling Cross hatching stippling hatching Random hatching STARTER Fill in as many of the boxes as you can
    • 34. SWAP HOUSES WITH YOUR PARTNER • Identify 3 different marks they have used on their work. • Make a suggestion as to how they could improve their background: think about tone, detail, composition • Make a suggestion as to how they could improve their whole composition: think about composition: fore, mid and background
    • 35. 2. EXIT CARDS: Look at your drawing and write down on a post it note the name of 2 mark making techniques YOU have used this lesson. Contour hatching Scumbling Cross hatching Random hatching stippling hatching
    • 36. Learning Objectives To complete tracing using a variety of mark making techniques. To ensure that the completed drawing is securely attached to the box TASK 7
    • 37. Contour hatching Scumbling Cross hatching Random hatching stippling hatching All of You: Mark making techniques to use on your work this lesson MOST OF YOU: Use silhouettes to create a foreground figure in window or door/section of window or door. SOME OF YOU: Attach their tracing paper to the back of their box
    • 38. Scumbling Stippling Cross-hatching EXIT CARDS Write your name on the post it and draw small diagrams of each of the following:
    • 39. Plenary • Evaluate the project: • Have you used effective paint blending on your house? • Have you use a variety of marks on your tracing paper? • Have you attached your drawing successfully & neatly to the box? • Stick monoprints into sbk • Stick other papers into sbk
    • 40. Below is a scene from a film by Jan Svankmajer. In your sketchbooks create a before and after scene of what you think happens in the story. Homework BEFORE? AFTER? 1. STICK SHEET IN SKETCHBOOK 2. WRITE H/W IN DIARY
    • 41. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gd03-wm6DDM 4mins How does Svankmajer create a sense of horror in the animation? Could we use any of the effects he has used in our final collaborative piece How do you think this work was made?
    • 42. How does Svankmajer create a sense of horror in the animation? Could we use any of the effects he has used in our final collaborative piece? How do you think this work was made?