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In grades 3-5 we are exploring how illustrators convey emotion in their work. Whilst looking at inspirational work, we have discovered a design feature that keeps appearing as a favourite for illustrators. Can you see what it is?
Clue: what shape do you keep seeing again and again?
We are about to start looking at this incredible resource from Google, as we continue our exploration of colour.
Join us in seeing if you can find a mostly monochromatic artwork in your favourite colour like the red example below.
(monochromatic = shades of the same single colour)
As we continue our inquiry into how artists convey emotions, we are enjoying researching some powerful reference images to support us when we do our own illustrations.
Have a lovely weekend!
In grades 3-5, we are analysing the techniques illustrators use to make us feel emotion.
If you haven’t already, have a look at some of the wonderful illustrations by the artist Francesca Sanna. Can you pinpoint some of the techniques she is using?
Some of us in grades 1-3 have finished our observational drawings with time to apply colour. We are enjoying taking a first look at some watercolour techniques.
We will devote ourselves to a whole unit learning watercolour techniques in the new year.
A special well done to Mikli & Maya for their attention to detail. Here is a sneak preview of what they are working on.
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Some of us are learning these top tips for successful observational drawing for the first time. Some of us are remembering old skills and developing new skills. We are seeing so many incredible drawers in our school after lots of practice applying these and … Continue reading
By drawing one subject from many different angles, we are looking at things in a whole new light! Can you tell what our subject is?
Some of us have already finished our work for our latest project. It is only display in the atrium. Please come and enjoy it!