SURFACES
GCSE YEAR 9
Classroom Behavior Expectations
Students are expected to assist in maintain a classroom environment that is conductive to
...
Assessment Objective 1: Developing ideas
AO1 is about developing ideas from a starting point to a final
piece. This is don...
Assessment Objective 3:Recording ideas and observations
A03 is about recording your ideas, observations and insights, whic...
Surface:
The outer part, the outermost or uppermost part of a thing, the one that is usually
presented to the outside worl...
TASK:

Draw out 10 square boxes like in
the example and shade in a
tonal range using your pencil.
TASK:
Draw a squares to fill up a page in your sketchbook and
see how many different patterns you can create with
your pen...
TASK:
Draw a small rectangle under your mark making square and
practice creating a tonal range using cross hatching.
HOMEWORK 1:
•Cover of your sketchbook in clear plastic
and create an imaginative and colorful as
title page based on the w...
HOMEWORK 3:
Produce a drawing from
observation at home of an object
of your choice. Practice using
tone and texture.
Due: ...
LINE, TONE &
NATURAL FORMS
OBSERVATIONAL DRAWING
Still life
Still life is simply a painting or drawing of objects =
the subject matter is inanimate objects rather than
living things,...
Sometimes still life paintings are groups of natural
objects: food, flowers, fruits, vegetables for example.
Sometimes the...
Realistic Detail

Colour

When you paint or draw a still life, you will see
things your own way; one person might be
fasci...
RULES OF DRAWING FROM
OBSERVATION:
•LOOK at the object ! Look up from your page as often as
possible to ensure you are dra...
RULES OF DRAWING FROM
OBSERVATION:
•View points: A position from which something is observed or considered.

•Contour line...
HOMEWORK 4:
Produce a artist research
page on Cezzan.
Include:
5 facts
1 images (printed)
Your copy of the image in
colour
http://www.draw23.com/drawing-still_life (on VLE)
What is the first word that comes to mind –
E.G. - SOFT: pillow, wool, cotton, sponge, skin
What is the first word that comes to mind –
E.G. - SOFT: pillow, wool, cotton, sponge, skin

SLIMY:
What is the first word that comes to mind –
E.G. - SOFT: pillow, wool, cotton, sponge, skin

SLIMY:
ROUGH:
What is the first word that comes to mind –
E.G. - SOFT: pillow, wool, cotton, sponge, skin

SLIMY:
ROUGH:
SMOOTH:
What is the first word that comes to mind –
E.G. - SOFT: pillow, wool, cotton, sponge, skin

SLIMY:
ROUGH:
SMOOTH:
WRINKLY...
What is the first word that comes to mind –
E.G. - SOFT: pillow, wool, cotton, sponge, skin

SLIMY:
ROUGH:
SMOOTH:
WRINKLY...
What is the first word that comes to mind –
E.G. - SOFT: pillow, wool, cotton, sponge, skin

SLIMY:
ROUGH:
SMOOTH:
WRINKLY...
VAN GOGH
Surfaces
GCSE Year 9
Personal Portfolio: Unit 1.
The next section of your coursework will be to address the
following asse...
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  1. 1. SURFACES GCSE YEAR 9
  2. 2. Classroom Behavior Expectations Students are expected to assist in maintain a classroom environment that is conductive to learning. Disruptive behaviour in the classroom may be classified as anything that disturbs the teacher or other students during the class period and will not be tolerated. One verbal warning will be given and if behaviour continues a sanction will be given. •YES put your hand to speak •NO mobile phones •YES share equipment and treat with care•NO challenges to teachers authority •YES participate in class discussions •NO eating or drinking in the classroom •YES try your best every time •NO excessive tardiness •YES work quietly or in silence when •NO making of offensive remarks asked •NO interrupting or belittling other •YES complete all homework on time students •YES be respectful to the teacher and •NO shuffling, whistling or making other eachother disruptive noise
  3. 3. Assessment Objective 1: Developing ideas AO1 is about developing ideas from a starting point to a final piece. This is done through mind-mapping, sketches and studies related to the work of other artists, designers and craftspeople. You need to analyse and understand these contextual sources, and develop your ideas in a personal way. Assessment Objective 2: Using resources, media and materials AO2 is about refining your ideas through selecting and experimenting with appropriate resources, media, materials, techniques and processes. There are various ways of using these to develop ideas and create a personal response. Assessment Objective 3: Recording ideas and observations
  4. 4. Assessment Objective 3:Recording ideas and observations A03 is about recording your ideas, observations and insights, which can be in visual, written and other forms. You should work from a range of experiences and stimulus materials, as each of these could lead you to different ways of developing your ideas. You should reflect upon your work, and consider what you have achieved at each stage and what you will do next. Assessment Objective 4: Making a personal, informed, and meaningful response AO4 is about presenting a personal, informed and meaningful response, from your initial research through to the final piece. You need to demonstrate analytical and critical understanding as you respond to your theme.
  5. 5. Surface: The outer part, the outermost or uppermost part of a thing, the one that is usually presented to the outside world, and can be seen and touched Tone: In art, tone refers to the degree of lightness or darkness of an area. Tone varies from the bright white of a light source through shades of gray to the deepest black shadows. How we perceive the tone of an object depends on its actual surface lightness or darkness, colour and texture, the background and lighting.
  6. 6. TASK: Draw out 10 square boxes like in the example and shade in a tonal range using your pencil.
  7. 7. TASK: Draw a squares to fill up a page in your sketchbook and see how many different patterns you can create with your pencil.
  8. 8. TASK: Draw a small rectangle under your mark making square and practice creating a tonal range using cross hatching.
  9. 9. HOMEWORK 1: •Cover of your sketchbook in clear plastic and create an imaginative and colorful as title page based on the word surfaces. Due – 16th Sept
  10. 10. HOMEWORK 3: Produce a drawing from observation at home of an object of your choice. Practice using tone and texture. Due: Monday 30th
  11. 11. LINE, TONE & NATURAL FORMS OBSERVATIONAL DRAWING
  12. 12. Still life
  13. 13. Still life is simply a painting or drawing of objects = the subject matter is inanimate objects rather than living things, such as in portraits. What are the subject matters in these paintings? Which is a still life?
  14. 14. Sometimes still life paintings are groups of natural objects: food, flowers, fruits, vegetables for example. Sometimes they are paintings of groups of objects made by people, for example: cooking pots, bottles, clothing, household objects
  15. 15. Realistic Detail Colour When you paint or draw a still life, you will see things your own way; one person might be fascinated by the detail … another might notice the shapes more … and another person might be more interested in the colours. Hidden meaning Shape … … Negative space
  16. 16. RULES OF DRAWING FROM OBSERVATION: •LOOK at the object ! Look up from your page as often as possible to ensure you are drawing what you see and not what you think you see. •Draw lightly with your pencil to make correcting mistakes easier. •Mark out the outline of all the objects before adding detail, use your pencil to measure objects.
  17. 17. RULES OF DRAWING FROM OBSERVATION: •View points: A position from which something is observed or considered. •Contour lines: A contour is the line which defines a form or edge - an outline. Contour drawing is the place where most beginners start, following the visible edges of a shape. The contour describes the outermost edges of a form, as well as dramatic changes of plane within the form.
  18. 18. HOMEWORK 4: Produce a artist research page on Cezzan. Include: 5 facts 1 images (printed) Your copy of the image in colour
  19. 19. http://www.draw23.com/drawing-still_life (on VLE)
  20. 20. What is the first word that comes to mind – E.G. - SOFT: pillow, wool, cotton, sponge, skin
  21. 21. What is the first word that comes to mind – E.G. - SOFT: pillow, wool, cotton, sponge, skin SLIMY:
  22. 22. What is the first word that comes to mind – E.G. - SOFT: pillow, wool, cotton, sponge, skin SLIMY: ROUGH:
  23. 23. What is the first word that comes to mind – E.G. - SOFT: pillow, wool, cotton, sponge, skin SLIMY: ROUGH: SMOOTH:
  24. 24. What is the first word that comes to mind – E.G. - SOFT: pillow, wool, cotton, sponge, skin SLIMY: ROUGH: SMOOTH: WRINKLY:
  25. 25. What is the first word that comes to mind – E.G. - SOFT: pillow, wool, cotton, sponge, skin SLIMY: ROUGH: SMOOTH: WRINKLY: FURRY:
  26. 26. What is the first word that comes to mind – E.G. - SOFT: pillow, wool, cotton, sponge, skin SLIMY: ROUGH: SMOOTH: WRINKLY: FURRY: SHINY:
  27. 27. VAN GOGH
  28. 28. Surfaces GCSE Year 9 Personal Portfolio: Unit 1. The next section of your coursework will be to address the following assessment objectives: •A01 – Develop ideas through investigating… •A02 – Refine Ideas through experimenting….. •A04 – Present a personal, informed response, making connections…. •Ask for advice & act upon this. •Be prepared to work independently on your theme & to use the Art department at lunchtimes. •Deadline for submission of final piece and sketchbook work – The week of the 7th January, 2013. •All coursework will then be marked alongside the assessment objectives and feedback given.

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