Final art exam designs

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Final art exam designs

  1. 1. Final designs to develop a successful final piece
  2. 2. TODAY you must write down what media(s) you are going to work in for your final piece. Please also fill in what materials you need provided and what materials you going to be bringing in yourself. It is important that you write clearly and understand that only materials written today will be able to be ordered for your exam. Chosen media
  3. 3. You have now experimented with a range of materials and decided on the media(s) you want to use for your final exam piece Next … you are going to develop your final idea further so you are able to come into the exam confident and organised ready to create a successful final outcome.
  4. 4. Idea boards Over the next week you need to create 2-4 final piece ideas. These can be formatted in a variety of ways. You may want to create ideas straight onto the boards or create small canvases or sculptures that you photograph and then write about on your boards (loose work will also be submitted) I have decided to create a large scale painting to represent my theme ‘distortion’. Here is one of the images I am considering using for my final piece. I have used acrylic paint and I feel this has worked well to show different tones as well as the distortion and the movement in the image Here is the second image I am considering using for my final piece. I have again acrylic paint tat has helped me build up the range of colours and movement in the image. At this stage I feel Idea one is a more striking image for a final outcome. Idea one Idea two You can have more than one design on a board or have each board as a separate design idea Ideaone I have decided to create a large scale painting to represent my theme ‘distortion’. Here is one of the images I am considering using for my final piece. I have used acrylic paint and I feel this has worked well to show different tones as well as the distortion and the movement in the image All designs should be clearly annotated explaining how they link to your theme, what media you have used, your opinions etc
  5. 5. Ideaone Ideatwo I have decided to create a large scale painting to represent my theme ‘distortion’. Here is one of the images I am considering using for my final piece. I have used acrylic paint and I feel this has worked well to show different tones as well as the distortion and the movement in the image Here is the second image I am considering using for my final piece. I have again acrylic paint tat has helped me build up the range of colours and movement in the image. At this stage I feel Idea one is a more striking image for a final outcome. Your design ideas may show a range of different images you are thinking of using for one final outcome as shown in the two examples below.
  6. 6. You may have already chosen the image you want to use so your final designs might simple be trying out different colour schemes that you could use Idea one Idea two Idea three
  7. 7. If you have decided to create a mixed media piece. Your design ideas maybe trying out different combinations of materials for your final piece
  8. 8. If you want to create 3D work make sure you experiment with your chosen material. This will probably mean creating a small model and maybe trying some sections to a larger scale
  9. 9. Extra marks For extra marks explore your chosen idea further. Create a final board with an image of your chosen idea and an explanation on why you have chosen it. During the exam you could also take photographs of your work as you go along to stick on this board and at the end write a brief evaluation
  10. 10. Extra marks For extra marks explore your chosen idea further. Create a final board with an image of your chosen idea and an explanation on why you have chosen it. During the exam you could also take photographs of your work as you go along to stick on this board and at the end write a brief evaluation

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