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Year 7 Self Portraits

My Year 7 Art students recently submitted their self portraits and the results were amazing. It began with photograph that was later printed on A3 paper. This helped students to draw a proportionally accurate portrait onto the rectangular canvas board. Each student was assigned a color which could only be mixed with black and white to create the shadows […]

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One Point Perspective

Here is another fantastic one-point perspective drawing from a Year 7 student in Art. This particular student focused on a city-scape with an open road vanishing into the distance. The bright colours and patterns really bring this composition to life.  

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One Point Perspective

This Term, my Year 7 Art class was introduced to perspective drawing methods. Specifically, we focussed on how ‘one-point perspective’ is commonly used in paintings & drawing to create the illusion of depth and space. Students were asked to complete their own one-point perspective drawings and render them using coloured-pencil. Here is a finished product!

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Image of the month

St Kilda Clown Tiltshift photography. ” Digital Photography offers students a great way to freeze frame the world in creative ways. “

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Year 7 Portraits

In semester two, students in Year 7 Art explored the medium of paint with a focus on portraiture. To begin with the class studied a number of familiar artists (past and presents) before having their photo taken. The printed photograph assisted students in getting the proportions right before painting the image using monochromatic tones. Below is […]

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Year 7 – TWO POINT PERSPECTIVE

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