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Textures: using printed patterns

  1. 1. Textures: using printed patterns Visual Arts Education
  2. 2. Textures: using printed patterns GUÍA DIDÁCTICA EPV 3º 12/9/05 11:49 Página 45 2.4 Textures: using printed patterns Objectives • To learn the characteristics of • To use printed patterns corre Materials needed • Graphite propelling pencil (HGUÍA DIDÁCTICA EPV 3º 12/9/05 11:49 Página 45 • Tracing paper, • Scissors, scalpel or paper cutt 2.4 Textures: using printed patterns • Adhesive patterns, acetate (tr Objectives • Printed patterns (Student’s Bo • To learn the characteristics of optical textures. Presentation • To use printed patterns correctly to obtain different hue values. Materials needed • Graphite propelling pencil (HB) • This task has a high level of d • Tracing paper, • Scissors, scalpel or paper cutter • Students have the opportun • Adhesive patterns, acetate (transparent glue) • organisational skills. They • Printed patterns (Student’s Book, page 47), stick of glue •• / ••• materials and instruments. Presentation • This task has a high level of difficulty. ••• • The level of this activity can • Students have the opportunity to develop their creative and the class: • Students can use adhesi organisational skills. They will also experiment with new materials and instruments. • The level of this activity can be adapted to meet the needs of the class: provided in the Student’s Boo • Students can use adhesive patterns instead of the ones provided in the Student’s Book. •• Students can use the print •• Students can use the printed patterns provided on Student’s Book, page 47. Book, page 47. ••• Students can draw their own patterns using rulers, templates or triangular set squares in the spaces provided in the Student’s Book, page 48. ••• Students can draw their o or triangular set squares in th Evaluation criteria Book, page 48. Assess using the following criteria. The student has: 1. Organised the patterns correctly, achieving tonal values and a Let’s explore... Moments in art... sense of volume and depth. 2. Balanced the image well so that a hierarchy of elements with a Evaluation criteria • Felt pens. There is a great variety of felt pens depending on the • Some artists use or make clear point of interest. ink and the shape and thickness of the tip. The colour of the ink imitations of geometric 3. Turned in a finished project that is neat and tidy. Assess using the following criter can be transparent, opaque and even fluorescent or metallic. textures to complete the The tips can be round, permitting only one type of line, or configuration of the objects (See Teacher’s Book, Introduction, page 6, Evaluation criteria.) bevelled, which allows three different types of line (depending or characters in their 1. Organised the patterns corre on how the tip is positioned). There are several ways to shade artwork. Observe how Roy with felt pens: drawing parallel lines, overlapping them in Lichtenstein used textures sense of volume and depth. Let’s explore... different directions (cross-hatching) or sweeping the support normally found in comics. Moments in art...
  3. 3. Textures: using printed patterns
  4. 4. Textures: using printed patterns GUÍA DIDÁCTICA EPV 3º 12/9/05 11:49 Página 45 2.4 Textures: using printed patterns Objectives • To learn the characteristics of • To use printed patterns corre Materials needed • Graphite propelling pencil (HGUÍA DIDÁCTICA EPV 3º 12/9/05 11:49 Página 45 • Tracing paper, • Scissors, scalpel or paper cutt 2.4 Textures: using printed patterns • Adhesive patterns, acetate (tr Objectives • Printed patterns (Student’s Bo • To learn the characteristics of optical textures. Presentation • To use printed patterns correctly to obtain different hue values. Materials needed • Graphite propelling pencil (HB) • This task has a high level of d • Tracing paper, • Scissors, scalpel or paper cutter • Students have the opportun • Adhesive patterns, acetate (transparent glue) • organisational skills. They • Printed patterns (Student’s Book, page 47), stick of glue •• / ••• materials and instruments. Presentation • This task has a high level of difficulty. ••• • The level of this activity can • Students have the opportunity to develop their creative and the class: • Students can use adhesi organisational skills. They will also experiment with new materials and instruments. • The level of this activity can be adapted to meet the needs of the class: provided in the Student’s Boo • Students can use adhesive patterns instead of the ones provided in the Student’s Book. •• Students can use the print •• Students can use the printed patterns provided on Student’s Book, page 47. Book, page 47. ••• Students can draw their own patterns using rulers, templates or triangular set squares in the spaces provided in the Student’s Book, page 48. ••• Students can draw their o or triangular set squares in th Evaluation criteria Book, page 48. Assess using the following criteria. The student has: 1. Organised the patterns correctly, achieving tonal values and a Let’s explore... Moments in art... sense of volume and depth. 2. Balanced the image well so that a hierarchy of elements with a Evaluation criteria • Felt pens. There is a great variety of felt pens depending on the • Some artists use or make clear point of interest. ink and the shape and thickness of the tip. The colour of the ink imitations of geometric 3. Turned in a finished project that is neat and tidy. Assess using the following criter can be transparent, opaque and even fluorescent or metallic. textures to complete the The tips can be round, permitting only one type of line, or configuration of the objects (See Teacher’s Book, Introduction, page 6, Evaluation criteria.) bevelled, which allows three different types of line (depending or characters in their 1. Organised the patterns corre on how the tip is positioned). There are several ways to shade artwork. Observe how Roy with felt pens: drawing parallel lines, overlapping them in Lichtenstein used textures sense of volume and depth. Let’s explore... different directions (cross-hatching) or sweeping the support normally found in comics. Moments in art...

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