Tag Archives: tone

Zentangle Eyes to Clay Bowls

The grade 6 students have been very busy in the art room. Not a minute is wasted! They have now completed their gorgeous Zentangle eyes. The students had to demonstrate an ability to: tone create movement add repeated patterns present work … Continue reading

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Welcome G6 Q3

Once again, we began with our digital sketchbook covers. The students took selfies from interesting angles using MovieFX, then they added the photo into Wordfoto. This allowed the students to enter words that described themselves and their interests. They then drew … Continue reading

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Zen and Tone in Grade 6

Our sketchbook covers are complete! After creating their digital art the students then created a graffiti name in their sketchbooks. They were assessed on overlapping letters, details, colouring and presentation skills. Some students pushed their work to a higher level … Continue reading

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Welcome Back to 2016-17 in Studio A300

Welcome back to Studio A300! We have just had our first full week of school following the new timetable. It certainly has been a busy few days in the art room. The first task was to create a sketchbook cover. … Continue reading

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Incredible G8 Still Life Is Complete!

We have finally finished the grade 8 Still Life drawings. This unit was long but very successful. I could not be happier with the results. Most students demonstrated strong compositional, observational drawing and toning skills. Not to mention the ability … Continue reading

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Creative Still Life in Grade 8

I haven’t written for a while about the incredible art my grade 8 students have been doing. As I said in a previous post the students have been learning about composition and tone. They began this unit by practising with … Continue reading

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Animal Eyes in Grade 7

The animal eyes are now complete and look spectacular! I am so proud of all my students as they have successfully learnt how to choose an appropriate photo, how to write their own rubric and most importantly how to: grid, … Continue reading

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