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The City Learning Objectives: 1.Identify the difference between exteriors and interiors Homework (due: 17/01/11) Make 3 rubbings of different textures from the interior of your home Make 3 rubbing from the exterior of your house.
What kind of building might this be the inside of? Interior or exterior?
Task 1.Create mind map – all the different types of buildings you can think of 2.Write down what you find in these buildings. For example, paintings, thrones, giant staircases, velvet curtains, flowery wall paper, marble floors, leather sofas, desks & chairs, plants, animals?) 3.Draw a 3D Buildings title page. Use the template to help you.
Biomorphic Structures Biomorphic: A form or pattern that looks like a living organism in shape or appearance Structure: Something that has been made or built (including buildings)
Task 1.Finish Buildings title page (Full colour) 2.Choose a natural form 3.Draw a fully tonal pencils study of your natural form 4.Through drawing, turn the form into a building Learning Objectives: 1.Understand and learn the meaning of the word, biomorphic. 2.Develop tonal drawing skills Homework: Tonal drawing of a natural form found in your home or garden Due: 19/01/10
Homework Bring in small shaped objects to use to create a Hundertwasser pattern. Mosaic, buttons, beads, Lego bricks etc.
Homework Create a Hundertwasser research page 1. Look online or in books at Hundertwassers work 2. Include an image of one of his buildings or paintings. 3. Draw a full colour transcription (your own version) of this work (Focus on colour & pattern) 4. Write a paragraph explaining whether or not you like Hundertwassers work, and why. Due: 02/02/10
Half Term Holiday Hwk 1.Research Hundertwassers models of buildings 2.Make your own Hundertwasswer inspired model 3.If you feel confident, experiment with round shapes Due: 23/02/10 Todays Learning Objectives: 1. Construction skills Clay relief & paper cuboids 2. History of Art & Architecture – Hundertwasser 3. Key Words – Biomorphic, volume, cuboid
What kind of building is this? What do you often find on the outside of these buildings?
What is the difference between a Grotesque and a Gargoyle?
A gargoyle is a carved stone grotesque with a spout designed to carry water from a roof and away from the side of a building. Preventing rainwater from running down masonry walls is important because running water erodes the mortar between the stone blocks. Gargoyles are usually an elongated fantastic animal because the length of the gargoyle determines how far water is thrown from the wall. They are said to scare off and protect from any evil or harmful spirits A grotesque figure is a sculpture that does not work as a waterspout and serves only an ornamental or artistic function.
Task 1.Create a fully tonal, pencil drawing of one gargoyle. Fill your page. 2.Using charcoal, create a tonal drawing of a second gargoyle. Experiment with blending & overlapping the chalk & charcoal. Fill your page Extension: Begin designing your own gargoyle, ready for 3D construction Because you are going to make these in 3D you must make it visually interesting from ALL viewpoints: divide your page into 4. Draw what you want your gargoyle to look like from the front, from the side, from the back & from the top. Features you may wish to include; Horns, ears, hair, bulgy eyes, snouts, teeth, arms, wings, spikes, tails, tongues etc. Learning Objectives: 1.Key Words – grotesque, gargoyle, biomorphic, mosaic, form, volume 2.History of Art & Architecture (Hundertwasser & Gaudi)
Homework (Due: 23/03/10) Create a collage of a gargoyle using magazines & newspapers. Class Task: 1.Finish newspaper armatures – free standing with sturdy & interesting features 2.Bring your armature to me so that I can check it 3.Begin strengthening armature with modroc Learning Objectives: 1.3D construction skills 2.Key Words – grotesque, gargoyle, biomorphic, volume 3.History of Art & Architecture (Hundertwasser & Gaudi)
Order of Work – Whats in a Building? All work from Whats in a Building must be filed in order, BEHIND you Portrait unit. 1.Buildings title page 2.Mind map – different types of buildings 3.Colour drawing – inside of your bedroom 4.Drawings that go with mind map (E.g. Queens house) 5.Drawings (range of media) of wallpapers & floors 6.Colour drawing of furnishing (eg.. pillow, duvet cover) 7.Drawings of exteriors 8.Drawings of biomorphic structures 9.Tonal drawing of natural form 10.Written Gaudi information & Gaudi rooftop drawing 11.Written paragraph about Hundertwassers buildings 12.Drawings from work sheet (Line, colour, texture) 13.Hundertwasser inspired clay tile design 14.Hundertwasser research page (Image, written info & transcription) 15.Gargoyle drawings 16.Gargoyle design 17.Gargoyle collage