3D Sculpture Presentation PowerPoint

3D Sculpture Presentation PowerPoint

This is a collaborative 3d project complete scheme of work. You will find everything you need to teach this amazing project. It includes, 22 pages of PowerPoints with step by step guides, visual resources, pictures and technical explanations It combines all the essential making and building skills needed for a creative and rewarding project. Each student makes a few wire frames to contain their artwork. Each square is a blank canvas where you can sew fabric and glue skins to the frame. You can embellish each square by adding interesting items, drawing and painting housed in tea bags, interesting weaves or anything else that’s relatively light.   Once students have built their finished pieces they can fix them together to form complex 3d sculptures, wall hangings or stain glass artwork. All work can be stored flat until you need to complete the sculpture.    This collaborative project is a hit with all ages of students and is an excellent method of developing both 3d technical precision, broader creativity and independent working skills.
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Photoshop Multimedia Artwork Video Tutorial

Photoshop Multimedia Artwork Video Tutorial

This is a 6 minute, complete, video tutorial demonstrating how to combine painting techniques and basic Photoshop work to produce a fantastic multimedia work of art. This has been designed to show in very simple to understand stages how you can make or use existing artwork and develop it further with easily achievable Photoshop techniques. You can pause, rewind the video or use it to inspire your students as a starter activity. It’s perfect for Art Teachers who want to develop their Photoshop skills, those who want to learn basic Photoshop skills or for teachers who are looking to expand their student’s range of media. Using this self-contained video tutorial you can pick up extra credit in refining and developing ideas and techniques. It’s certainly worth downloading. Thanks for looking.
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Mono Printing Video Tutorial.

Mono Printing Video Tutorial.

This 4 minute Video Tutorial demonstrates some of the finer monoprinting techniques. It is a fully self-contained introduction to monoprinting focusing of a natural forms art brief. It shows how to build on the basic principles of monoprinting informing the students of all the required equipment and materials, showing how to transfer images and how to embellish the artwork to produce a multimedia art piece. This tutorial can be viewed as an introduction but is great to have as a reminder to students in KS3, KS4 and KS5 who would benefit from further refinement of mono printing techniques. The video can be paused where further clarification is needed by the teacher. This video would be an asset to any Art department.
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Architecture/ Cityscape Video Tutorial.

Architecture/ Cityscape Video Tutorial.

This 7 minute video shows you how to create a cityscape artwork using the step by step video and slides. It focuses on traditional perspective technical drawing exercises alongside fun Frottage activities to stimulate classes. There is also a gallery slide show which gives examples completed by year 8 pupils as well as a practicing artist. This activity is fun and with a little preparation can take several months to complete. It is suitable for key stage 3, key stage 4 and key stage 2 students. The perfect blend of traditional skills based lessons with a big emphasis on personal response. Enjoy it and thanks for looking.
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6 Complete Art Acivities and worksheets

6 Complete Art Acivities and worksheets

Art activities for non specialists or can be used as homework or extension exercises. This is a pack of 6 activities where non specialists can hand out worksheets and the pupils are able to engage in the subject. We have included a compositional worksheet, an ICT inspired history of art activity, build your own starter worksheet, skull shading activity, origami and paper folding activity and a natural form tonal activity.
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Geometric Forms Shading Tutorial Video

Geometric Forms Shading Tutorial Video

This video demonstrates how to draw simple geometric forms and how use tonal identification to produce highly technical drawings. The inbuilt slides and visual commentary provide information on how to break the drawing down into easy to understand sections. Construction outlines, weight of line, movement of mark, reflected light sources and how to identify tonal plains are presented in easy to understand format. Watch the video from the beginning to the end and pause in between to support your students. If the students were to replicate the same activity it would take several hours so it’s great as standalone activity but also as an aid to support more technically advanced learners. You won’t be disappointed, enjoy.
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Still life Painting Tutorial Presentation.

Still life Painting Tutorial Presentation.

This is a comprehensive 28 page presentation dedicated to technical drawing and painting skills for studying still life objects. The individual slides focus on building construction outlines, understanding tonal identifications plains, understanding ellipses, matching the feedback statements to student's drawing and painting, wet into wet blending, building painted layers and finishing touches. This is a full and complex presentation that will support all your KS4 and KS5 students.
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Complete step by step guide to making portraits

Complete step by step guide to making portraits

This is a 28 page comprehensive guide/presentation for drawing and painting portraits for KS4 and KS5 ART students. Each slide details how to exactly take photos, identify tonal and colour changes, build structural outlines, and paint portraits. Artist research is also included. Slides accurately show different techniques by students as well as practicing artists. It will help you to get the best from your students by providing a complete visual outline of a project or by complimenting your current scheme of work. This guide covers at least 6 week’s worth of painting tuition and will help not only the students but also teachers to become better practitioners.
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Still Life Painting Video Turorial

Still Life Painting Video Turorial

This is a complete start to finish video tutorial focusing on the completion of a still life single object painting. It will show how paint is layered to build realistic tones and reflections. The video is around 6 minutes long and you are able to pause the video to focus on individual slides or the built in explanations. This can be used as a starter activity or used as a KS4, KS5 resource to help develop technical paining skills in still life projects.
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Self Portrait Video Tutorial

Self Portrait Video Tutorial

This is a video guide to making a painted self-portrait. It contains everything you need to get started including every stage of production from drawing out to introducing high lights and low lights to the finished portrait. This painting was completed in acrylic on board. It is best used in KS4 or KS5 as a guide to portraits. It helps the pupils see the different stages of production and how their work fits into the project. The video is just over 6 minutes so is perfect for a starter activity for any exam based lesson. Please remember that you are able to stop, pause and discuss the different stages at any point. You won't be disappointed. Enjoy
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