This powerpoint explains the basics of a simple mono-printing process. It demonstrates best practice and the correct method or printing - the resource also outlines differentiated images to use when working with a mixed ability group. Always use scrap paper to blot 4 times after ink rolling to ensure a pristine clean background.
A short unit of working introducing the elements of graphic design through one off tasks.
Great for remote learning/ cover lessons or an intro to graphic design SOW
Includes a powerpoint which follows alongside the booklet as well as fun starter tasks on different elements of graphic design
Students explore the meaning of onomatopoeia and must create a comic strip series using different words explored during the starting task. These words must be illustrated to reflect how the word may look as it sounds.
The origins of Henna are explored in this Powerpoint and the importance value of its tradition in culture. Students are given the task to explore simplified patterns using a step by step guide in preparation to build up a bigger more intricate design using their hand to draw around as a template.
This resource looks into the origins of graffiti and demonstrates step by step how to build up a word using iconic graffiti typography. Watercolours are used in a gradient technique to complete the graffiti text. Easy and simple powerpont to follow and deliver to students.
Using contemporary celebrity portraits, students use a range of tissue paper and coloured card to build a mixed media surface before working paint and pastels over the top. Celebrity templates provided - to create additional templates - copy a portrait image from google and move over to microsoft word and simply adjust the picture settings.
A creative and engaging homework project in which students research an artist of their choice (or one of the suggested) and design a miniature scale bedroom imagining how their room may look. Examples included. Often works best when students are given the opportunity to work in pairs.