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Shoes Around the World Lesson 2 Observational Drawing
Connector WARM UP TASK: In your sketchbook 1) Create 3 tones with your pencil (dark, medium and light). 2) Create a variety of marks in your sketchbook e.g. zig zag, wavey. 3) Use 1 type of mark e.g. Zig zag and draw it in 3 different tones.
Learning Objective: ALL will practise drawing 1 picture of a shoe using tone. MOST will use at least three key tones in their drawings. SOME will use their knowledge of mark making to add texture.
BIG Picture Connector Drawing demonstration Personal drawing time Mini review Peer assessment KEY WORDS: Tone Line Mark making Texture Shape
Drawing Your Shoe STAGES 1)Softly sketch the outline 2)Softly sketch in the inside big shapes of the shoe 3)Softly draw in small details e.g. Laces, stitches 4)Add light tones= very soft pencil pressure, thin lines (hold pencil at a diagonal to the table) NOTE: the lightest highlights leave blank/white 5) Add medium tones=medium pencil pressure 6) Add dark tones=heavy pencil pressure, thick lines
Mini Review I need to.... 1)improve the accuracy of my drawing. 2)sketch my shoe softly so I can easily rub out any mistakes. 3)include detail by using mark making to show pattern and texture. 4)include 3 tones (dark medium and light). 5)not rush my drawing to focus on quality.
Peer Assess Pencil Drawings Drawing is accurate, includes all details, very neat, includes more than 3 tones, smooth shading including the shadow, uses varied mark making for texture. Drawing is accurate, includes most detail, neat, includes 3 tones, most shading is smooth, including the shadow, uses mark making for texture. Drawing is quite accurate, some detail, quite neat, includes 3 tones, quite smooth shading, shadow in wrong place, uses some mark making for texture. Drawing has some accuracy, little detail, includes 2 tones, rough shading. Drawing is not accurate, no detail, little tone and very rough shading. 4C 3A 3B 3C 2A
PMI Your Partners Work in Their Sketchbook 1) Peer Assessment Grade: I gave a... level. P= 2) Positive Comment: I like... M= 3) Minus Comment: I do not like... I= 4) Improvement: To improve they could...