In Hawks this week, we have been learning about different ways to produce one whole image using a range of tools and techniques.

 

What whole image did you create? What tools and techniques did you use to print this image?

What did you like about yours? What would you change next time? Whose piece of art did you like the best and why?

Posted by Mrs McEvilly on 18 January 2020

Category: Hawks

Tags: art topic hawks year5 year 6 art week


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RUBY Kaye    19 January 2020

I created angel falls. The tools I used were string, cardboard, watercolours, acrylic, oil pastels.The tecgnics I used was when I put my paintbrush into the acrylic paint I dabbed it to create my background.
I liked how I did my mountine and waterfall. I would change the waterfall the waterfalls colours. When I looked at jess work I like her sign because it was all colourful

Annie   20 January 2020

I made the Golden Gate Bridge because I have always wanted to go over it in a car. I think it looks magnificent! I used watercolours and acrylic paint to create it. I really like how it turned out in the end.

Kayden edwards    21 January 2020

I made the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. I used cardboard, string, watercolours acrylic paint for my printing, and the oil pastels. I would change the colour of my sky because it looked I bit dark so I would make it brighter next time. I looked at jess’s work and it looked like the illuminations

Neme Irvine   21 January 2020

I made the Golden Gate bridge. I used water colours, cardboard, stringe and paint. I did printing to make my image. I liked the back round of it and I didn't like how the print came out. I like Oliva Shaws because it has so much detail and amazing colours.

Jessica W   23 January 2020

I did the Las Vegas sign, the tools I used were: scissors, string, paper, cardboard, watercolours, acrylic paint, a paint brush and pastels
The techniques I used were printing and dotting.
I liked basically all of it! Next time I would try to do more within side the sign as that’s what Leon wrote for my next time and it was a bit skinnier then intended. I can’t decide who’s I liked the most between Poppy’s and Olivia Shaw’s!

Nicola Visan   25 January 2020

I did the Golden Gate Bridge for printing and the techniques that I used were pointalism and printing. The tools that I used were string, cardboard, scissors,paper and a paintbrush. The paint that I used was watercolours and acrylic. The thing I would change next time is I will try and make my towers a bit thinner and not make them so huge. My favourite art piece out of the entire class is Olivia Shaw's because it has a lot nice details and I like the background of it with the printed skyscraper.

Nicola Visan   25 January 2020

I did the Golden Gate Bridge for printing and the techniques that I used were pointalism and printing. The tools that I used were string, cardboard, scissors,paper and a paintbrush. The paint that I used was watercolours and acrylic. The thing I would change next time is I will try and make my towers a bit thinner and not make them so huge. My favourite art piece out of the entire class is Olivia Shaw's because it has a lot nice details and I like the background of it with the printed skyscraper.

Olivia Shaw   25 January 2020

I created a full image of The Empire State Building. I used water colours, ink, acrylic paint and oil pastels. Next time I would change the brightness of the sky.

Olivia P   28 January 2020

I did the Golden Gate Bridge and I the techniques are use the pointillism and printing. I used watercolours and acrylics. Next time I would change the brightness of the sky as it was mostly blue but should’ve been white

Olivia P   1 February 2020

I created a image of the Golden Gate Bridge. I used watercolours and acrylics. I would change the sky next time. I personally loves Olivias

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