Animal head research

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Animal head research

  1. 1. Year 8 homework Due: This term you will be making pots inspired by Egyptian ‘CANOPIC JARS’ Find a picture of an animal you feel could represent you. For example: Animal Characteristic Animal Characteristic Fox Sly Lion Fierce, brave Cat Independent Meerkat Quick witted, caring Owl Wise, thoughtful Dove Calm, innocence Monkey Cheeky, happy Adder Cunning, wisdom Cheetah Quick, focussed Deer Gentleness Dog Faithful Peacock Beautiful Draw a careful copy of the head of the animal you have chosen. Make sure your drawing fills the page. Use plenty of shading and colour if you have any at home. Also collect images of your animal’s head from different angles. Level 4: A good likeness and 4 separate tones. Level 5: At least 6 different tones and mark making that shows the texture of the animal’s fur or skin. Show a side and front view. Level 6: Fill the page, show 8 different tones- use shading to create an illusion of depth. Draw a side and front view. Level 7: 10 separate tones and several views that give a complete picture of your chosen animal. Year 8 homework Due: This term you will be making pots inspired by Egyptian ‘CANOPIC JARS’ Find a picture of an animal you feel could represent you. For example: Animal Characteristic Animal Characteristic Fox Sly Lion Fierce, brave Cat Independent Meerkat Quick witted, caring Owl Wise, thoughtful Dove Calm, innocence Monkey Cheeky, happy Adder Cunning, wisdom Cheetah Quick, focussed Deer Gentleness Dog Faithful Peacock Beautiful Draw a careful copy of the head of the animal you have chosen. Make sure your drawing fills the page. Use plenty of shading and colour if you have any at home. Also collect images of your animal’s head from different angles. Level 4: A good likeness and 4 separate tones. Level 5: At least 6 different tones and mark making that shows the texture of the animal’s fur or skin. Show a side and front view. Level 6: Fill the page, show 8 different tones- use shading to create an illusion of depth. Draw a side and front view. Level 7: 10 separate tones and several views that give a complete picture of your chosen animal.

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