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  1. 1.   MAPEH Learner’s Material Unit 2 Painting 3   This instructional material was collaboratively developed and reviewed by educators from public and private schools, colleges, and/or universities. We encourage teachers and other education stakeholders to email their feedback, comments, and recommendations to the Department of Education at action@deped.gov.ph.
  2. 2. 2    MAPEH – Grade 3 Learner’s Material First Edition, 2013 ISBN: Republic Act 8293, section 176 states that: No copyright shall subsist in any work of the Government of the Philippines. However, prior approval of the government agency or office wherein the work is created shall be necessary for exploitation of such work for profit. Such agency or office may, among other things, impose as a condition the payment of royalties. Borrowed materials (i.e., songs, stories, poems, pictures, photos, brand names, trademarks, etc.) included in this book are owned by their respective copyright holders. Every effort has been exerted to locate and seek permission to use these materials from their respective copyright owners. The publisher and authors do not represent nor claim ownership over them. Published by the Department of Education Secretary: Br. Armin A. Luistro FSC Undersecretary: Dino S. Ocampo, Ph.D. Printed in the Philippines by ____________ Department of Education-Instructional Materials Council Secretariat (DepEd-IMCS) Office Address: 2nd Floor Dorm G, PSC Complex Meralco Avenue, Pasig City Philippines 1600 Telefax: (02) 634-1054, 634-1072 E-mail Address: imcsetd@yahoo.com Development Team of the Learner’s Material
  3. 3. 3    Table Of Contents Lesson 1 Harmony in Plants.......................................... 4 Lessons 2 to 4 Landscape Painting ………………………….. 8 Lesson 5 Still Life Painting of Fruits….………………….. 15 Lesson 6 Tints and Shades of Color …………………… 18 Lesson 7 Painting of Animals …………………………… 21 Lesson 8 Painting of Wild Animals …………………….. 23
  4. 4. 4    LEARNER’S MATERIALS Second Quarter : PAINTING Lesson No. 1 : Harmony in Plants Learning CodeA3PL-IIc : Perceives how harmony is created in an artwork because of complementary colors and shapes THINK ABOUT THIS Painting is an art form dating way back thousands of years ago. It is the process of using paint to express ideas and emotions. There are different techniques in painting and one of this is the resist technique. Painters have developed their own creative ways of doing an artwork. Look at the group of colors and the color wheel. These will be useful in your painting activity. Primary colors Try mixing the primary colors. What colors are produced We can form the Secondary Colors by mixing the primary colors. Look at the illustration below.
  5. 5. 5    Notice the colors in the color wheel. Colors which are opposite each other are called complementary colors. Examples are blue and orange, red and green, and yellow and violet. = +  Red  Blue  Violet  = +  Blue  Yellow  Green  = +  Yellow  Red  Orange 
  6. 6. 6    BE CREATIVE Harmony in Plants 1. Go out of the classroom and explore the environment. Observe plants that you like most and you would like to draw. 2. Draw the plants. These can be overlapped. Overlapping can make your artwork more interesting. 3. Color the plants with secondary colors or their opposite color in the color wheel to create harmony in your painting. These colors are complementary and they create harmony in your painting. FRAME YOUR THOUGHTS Harmony in painting is a pleasing visual arrangement of colors. It is created when secondary colors and their opposite colors or complementary colors in the color wheel are used.
  7. 7. 7    TAKE THE CHALLENGE Discover color harmonies in your painting. 1. Identify complementary colors in your painting. 2. Check the secondary colors in your color wheel. What are their complementary colors? 3. List new colors you discover that are complementary. 4. Find out what these new colors are called. BE PROUD Rate your outputs by checking the column that best describes your behavior in doing the artwork. Questions Points 3 Very Evident 2 Evident 1 Not Evident 1. Did I use complementary colors to show harmony? 2. Is my painting based on the natural environment? 3. Did I express myself freely in making my painting? 4. Did I finish my painting within the given working time?
  8. 8. 8    LEARNER’S MATERIAL Second Quarter: Painting Lesson No.2 : Landscape Painting Code A3EL-IIa : Sees that there is harmony in nature as seen in the color of landscapes THINK ABOUT THIS Painting a landscape at different times of the day is a challenging activity for artists. Most of the paintings are affected by the mood of the artist. Painting with bright colors (yellow, red, orange) gives out the feeling of happiness and joy, while painting with dull and dark colors (blue, blue-green, red-violet) suggests loneliness and sadness. BE CREATIVE Activity I - Landscape Painting Read and understand the direction: 1. Think of a time of the day you want to portray in your landscape. Decide the color to use, bright or dull, light or dark. Recall color combination used by the Filipino landscape painters: Felix Hidalgo, Fernando Amorsolo, Jonahmar Salvosa. 2. Sketch a landscape showing your own unique style. 3. Use watercolor and brush in painting your landscape. 4. Combine colors to show harmony. 5. Let the finished painting dry and give a title. 6. Prepare for an exhibit.
  9. 9. 9    Frame your Thoughts Harmony in nature is depicted through the different combination of colors in the landscape painting. The painter expresses his feelings/ mood or emotions based on the kinds of colors he used in the painting. Quarter 2 : PAINTING LESSON 3 : LANDSCAPE PAINTING Code A3PR– IIf : Paints a landscape at a particular time of the day and selects colors that complement each other to create a mood THINK ABOUT THIS Painters use colors to create mood or emotions in their paintings. Mood and emotions can be shown through the use of warm and cool colors. Cool colors include blue, violet, and green. These colors make us feel cool, peaceful, and calm. Warm colors are red, yellow and orange. They suggest feelings of warmth and happiness.
  10. 10. 10    Warm colors Red Yellow Orange Cool Colors Blue Violet Green To create a mood or feelings in our painting, we use warm and cool colors. BE CREATIVE LANDSCAPE PAINTING USING WARM & COOL COLORS 1. Think of a landscape that you want to paint. 2. Draw the landscape. 3. Color the drawing using watercolor. Use warm or cool colors depending on the feelings you want to communicate. 4. Let the artwork dry and give it a title.
  11. 11. 11    Feelings and moods in painting landscapes are created through the use of warm and cool colors. ___________________________ Title FRAME YOUR THOUGHTS TAKE THE CHALLENGE Identify the warm and cool colors used in the paintings. 1. 2. Bahay Kubo, Fernando Amorsolo  Bangkusay, Vicente Manansala 
  12. 12. 12    BE PROUD Put a if your answer is Yes and if No 1. I painted a landscape that shows a mood. 2. I used the warm and cool colors in my painting. 3. I told something about my artwork and share my experiences while painting a landscape. 4. I show pride in my landscape through painting.   LEARNER’S MATERIAL Second Quarter : Painting Lesson No. 4 : Landscape Painting Code A3PR-IIh : Appreciates the Filipino artists and their own particular style and identify what makes each artist unique in his use of colors to create harmony. THINK ABOUT THIS Our surroundings become more interesting and beautiful because of colors. Look at the red flowers, the green grass and the blue skies. Can you imagine how dull and gloomy the environment would be if these objects had no colors? 3. Bay of Biscay, Juan Luna 
  13. 13. 13    A painting becomes attractive because of colors used. Colors can be bright or dark. Study the painting below.                Artist: Vicente Manansala                 Source: www.geringerart.com  BE CREATIVE Landscape Painting 1. Think of any activity that people in your province or region do. It may be seen in the farm, mountains, or towns. 2. Paint the activity using bright and dark colors. 3. Give your painting a title. 4. Display your painting with those of your classmates.
  14. 14. 14      There are many Filipino artists in our country. Their paintings became famous because of their unique styles. e.g. Fernando Amorsolo uses dark and bright colors while Carlos Francisco uses bright colors in his paintings. FRAME YOUR THOUGHTS TAKE THE CHALLENGE Study the painting below and answer the questions after it.             Painting by Vicente Manansala                     Source: artodyssey1.blogspot.com 1. Identify the bright and dark colors used in the painting of Manansala. __________________________________________________ 2. What does the painting tell us about? ___________________________________________________
  15. 15. 15    LEARNER’S MATERIALS Second Quarter : Painting Lesson 5 : Still Life Painting of Fruits Lesson Code A3PR-IId: Paints a still life by observing the different shapes, color and texture of fruits, drawing them overlapping and choosing the right colors for each fruit. THINK ABOUT THIS Our country is rich in natural resources like mountains, seas, animals and fruit-bearing trees. Fruits are not only providing us nourishments but fruits can be good subjects in drawing and painting. Look at the picture. Observe closely how the fruits were arranged as subject in a still life painting.
  16. 16. 16    BE CREATIVE Still Life Painting of Fruits 1. Observe the different fruits arranged on top of the table - their colors, shapes, and textures and how they overlap with one another. 2. Draw the arranged fruits using your pencil. 3. Paint the fruits using watercolor. 4. To make the fruits look realistic, use neutral colors like white or black. 5. To make a part of your fruit lighter, add white to the color of your choice using your brush-wire. 6. To make a part of your fruit darker, put a bit of black in your color. 7. Have it dry, then post it on the blackboard for evaluation. TAKE THE CHALLENGE Direction: Color the picture with watercolor that corresponds to the names of colors below. (Primary and Secondary Colors)
  17. 17. 17    Violet Yellow Red Green Blue Orange FRAME YOUR THOUGHTS Still Life Painting is an arrangement of inanimate or everyday objects whether natural objects or man-made objects. BE PROUD Draw a if your answer is YES if your answer is NO inside the circle. Then explain briefly. 1. Did I paint my still life of fruits realistically? Yes No How? ________________________
  18. 18. 18    2. Did I paint my still life with the appropriate colors of fruits? Yes No How? ________________________ 3. Did my artwork show overlapping of objects? Yes No How? ________________________ 4. Did we discuss with my classmates how we created our artwork? Yes No How? ________________________ LEARNER’S MATERIALS Second Quarter : Painting Lesson No. 6 : Tints and Shades of Color Code A3PR-IIe : Creates new tints and shades of colors by mixing two or more colors THINK ABOUT THIS Colors vary. There are colors that are light and dark. The lightness (tints) or darkness (shades) of a color is called value. Tints are light values that are made by mixing a color with white. For example, pink is a tint of red, and light blue is a tint of blue. Shades are dark values that are made by mixing a color with black. Maroon is a shade of red, and navy is a shade of blue.
  19. 19. 19    Graduation of tints and shade depends on the amount of white or black paint added e.g. light pink, medium pink and intense pink- another term for red. A. Tints of Color Red red + white = pink B. Shades of Color Red red + black = maroon BE CREATIVE Activity I : Producing Tints and Shades 1. Get your water color and other painting materials. 2. Draw three small circles on your paper. + = 3. Paint the first circle with blue and the second circle with white. Mix blue and white to create a tint of blue. Paint the 3rd circle a tint of blue. + = 4. Paint the first circle with red and the second circle with black.
  20. 20. 20    A tint is the mixture of a color with white and a shade is the mixture of a color with black. Black and white are neutral colors. Mix red and black to create a shade of red. Paint the 3rd circle of shade of red. Activity 2: Finger Painting 1. Prepare the materials for the art activity. 2. Cover your working table with newspapers. 3. Take turns in going to the painting table to get “gawgaw” paste using a recycled spoon. 4. Carefully spread the paste on the oslo paper. 5. Sprinkle a colored dye on the paste. 6. Sprinkle white dye on the color, then mix the color with your fingers while making sure to show the tints and shades of colors in your painting . 7. Sprinkle black dye on the color, then mix the color with your fingers. 8. Look closely at the result of your finger painting. You might have created a design. 9. Let it dry and give a title to your artwork. 10. Clean up your working area. FRAME YOUR THOUGHTS BE PROUD Rate yourself by checking the column that best describes your work behavior.
  21. 21. 21    With much confidence With less confidence With no confidence 1. I can mix colors properly. 2. I can produce tints and shades by adding white or black to a color. 3. I can relate my happy or sad feelings through finger painting. 4. I can work independently. 5. I can display and be proud of my paintings. LEARNER’S MATERIALS Second Quarter : Painting Lesson No. 7 : Painting of Animals Code A3EL-IIb : Appreciates that nature is so rich for no two animals have the same shape, skin covering, and color THINK ABOUT THIS Some regions in the country are rich with animals that are unique in terms of their color and their skin covering. For example are the Tamaraw in Mindoro, Pilandok in Palawan, and Philippine Eagle in Davao. These animals have special characteristics that enrich the beauty of nature. They have colorful body coverings, varied skin textures, and different body sizes.
  22. 22. 22    BE CREATIVE Activity 1 : Painting Using Crayon Resist 1. Select your favorite animal that can be found in your province or region. 2. Draw it in the bond paper/Oslo paper. 3. Fill up spaces with complementary colors your choice using crayons. 4. Apply water using a brush. Notice how wax and crayons will resist or will not allow water color to cover the drawing. Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 5. Give a title to your artwork.   Illustration : Hand Drawing with  Crayon    Illustration: Filling up colors to the   spaces with crayon    Illustration : Applying watercolor using brush on  crayon drawing 
  23. 23. 23    FRAME YOUR THOUGHTS   The Physical characteristics of animals such as their varied sizes, color, texture, and body coverings add to the beauty of nature. BE PROUD Rate your artwork, Indicators Points 3 Very Evident 2 Evident 1 Not Evident 5. Does your work show harmony by the use of complementary colors? 6. Does your artwork show texture of the skin covering of animals found in your place? 7. Does your artwork show the use of crayon resist? 8. Did you finish the artwork on time? LEARNERS’ MATERIALS Second Quarter: Painting Lesson 8 : Painting Wild Animals A3PR-IIg : Observes the characteristics of a wild animal by making several pencil sketches and painting it later, adding the texture of its skin covering
  24. 24. 24    THINK ABOUT THIS Painting is a worthwhile art activity that can show feelings and ideas of the artist. Paintings could be made realistic by adding lines, colors, and texture. There are many kinds of coloring materials such as water color, acrylic or poster paint, charcoal, leaves, and flowers. Look at the picture below and observe the skin of the wild pig. Do you see different kinds of lines showing the texture of the wild pig’s skin? BE CREATIVE 1. Using a pencil to draw a wild animal on an oslo paper. 2. Add lines to the skin of the wild animal to make it more realistic. 3. Paint the animal using any warm or cool colors. 4. Give a title to your painting. 5. Submit your painting to your teacher and help her/him display it.
  25. 25. 25    To enhance a painting, add more lines, colors, and texture. FRAME YOUR THOUGHTS TAKE THE CHALLENGE Identify the skin texture of the following wild animals (rough, smooth, hard, or soft). Then, color the pictures with warm and cool colors. 1. 2. ______________________________ ___________________________ 3. 4, __________________________ _______________________ 5. 
  26. 26. 26    BE PROUD Make a sketch of a bird in the box if you are happy and satisfied with your painting or a fish if you still want to enhance it. Then, explain your answer by writing sentence/s in the blanks provided.                    

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