Horror hw sheets 2013 2014

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Horror hw sheets 2013 2014

  1. 1. HOMEWORK 1: 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
  2. 2. HOMEWORK 2: 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
  3. 3. HOMEWORK 3: DUE NEXT LESSON 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. BEFORE? AFTER? Level 4: Draw an outline of the scenes Level 5: Draw an outline, but use tone to enhance your marks Level 6: Use a range of tones in your drawing and use some colour Level 7: Use the full tonal range and colour pencils or paint to enhance the detail of your drawing
  4. 4. HOMEWORK 5: ARTIST RESEACH Choose ONE of the artists below. Wafa Hourami - Qalandia 2067 Jan Svankmajer - Alice Francesca Woodman – Space 2 Using books and/or internet as research, complete the question below 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.
  5. 5. HOMEWORK 6: Research Bernie Wrightson Above are Frankenstein images by Bernie Wrightson. Go to the following websites and answer the questions below: When was this work produced? Why did he produce the work? Who was the work for? Has he created any similar work, if yes what? In what way has the artist chosen to represent Frankenstein? Why did he do this? http://www.comicbookresources.com/? id=16823&page=article http://digitalmeltd0wn.blogspot.com/2010/12/berniewrightsons-frankenstein-1983.html http://www.frankensteinillustrated.com/pages/artist.ht ml Level 4/5 Use one of the below images and create a response in your sketchbook. Level 6/7 Research other Bernie Wrightson images stick it in your sketchbook and create a response to his work
  6. 6. HOMEWORK 6: Research Bernie Wrightson Above are Frankenstein images by Bernie Wrightson. Go to the following websites and answer the questions below: When was this work produced? Why did he produce the work? Who was the work for? Has he created any similar work, if yes what? In what way has the artist chosen to represent Frankenstein? Why did he do this? http://www.comicbookresources.com/? id=16823&page=article http://digitalmeltd0wn.blogspot.com/2010/12/berniewrightsons-frankenstein-1983.html http://www.frankensteinillustrated.com/pages/artist.ht ml Level 4/5 Use one of the below images and create a response in your sketchbook. Level 6/7 Research other Bernie Wrightson images stick it in your sketchbook and create a response to his work

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