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  • 1. TEXTURES
  • 2. We are going to Learn about textures Know different types of textures See textures in Art Creation Learn different techniques to work with textures Practise using ICT resources Represent an Artwork using textures
  • 3. TEXTURE Everything has a texture or a surface. Texture can be:  Rough  Bumpy  Slick  Scratchy Bee ceiling  Smooth  Silky  Soft Wool fabric  Prickly ... The list is endless!!
  • 4. Types of textures Tactile Visual Natural Artificial
  • 5. Tactile texture We perceive it by touching an object. Every material has a different touch, so it is a different texture.
  • 6. Visual texture When we represent a tactile texture using graphic elements, we get a visual texture. We can create visual textures using different art procedures: scrapping, stencilling, printing...
  • 7. Natural textures They belong to natural elements, like the skin of an elephant, the cortex of a tree or the surface of a rose petal.
  • 8. Artificial textures The surface of any object made by us: steel, paper, different kinds of fabrics...
  • 9. Textures in Art Creation Artists use textures in their artworks
  • 10. Textures in Art Creation They use different types of textures depending on their style or the period of Art History they belong to.Picasso – Three musicians Münch – The scream Klimt – Tree of life
  • 11. Textures in Art Creation Sometimes, they want to imitate the reality A foggy day The sea A wooden floor
  • 12. Textures in Art Creation Sometimes, they want to trasmit emotions and expressivity: strength, softness, warmness...
  • 13. Textures in Art Creation And sometimes they want to create things that don’t exist, or symbolic images Pollock – Number 8
  • 14. How can we get textures? Using drawing material and art procedures: Tempera Wax crayons Coloured pencils watercolours
  • 15. How can we get textures? But also using any type of material Different kinds of paperBeans and legumes Coloured sand fabric
  • 16. Techniques to createtextures
  • 17. Painting and drawing Using dots, lines and shapes changing materials. Spattering the painting using a toothbrush Blowed painting using a straw. Using the photocopier.
  • 18. Scrapping
  • 19. COLLAGE WITH TEXTURES
  • 20. Stencilling
  • 21. Activities: Practising withtextures1. Web pages http://www.jacksonpollock.org/ Collage Machine 1.0 Remix, interactive collage Collage maker
  • 22. Activities: Practising withtextures2. Transforming Artworks Choose an artwork and search for information about its autor and art style. Transform it using art procedures to create texture effects: scrapping, collage, painting with different materials (tempera, wax crayons...) The result must be something like this:

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