In cart👀n club, We had lots of fun learning about the early Disney cartoon ‘Steamboat Willie’ and how it was made.
In Y1/2B, we have been practising some of our sketching skills to reveal our Olympic sporting theme. Can you guess from our work? 🔍
As part of our DT project, we designed, made and evaluated our own Olympic medals in Y1/2B. We decided our medals must have the Olympic rings and the goddess of victory, Nike. They should be shiny and durable. They could have a ribbon attached, to wear around the neck. 🏅
We designed and created a printing block today that allowed us to practise some relief printing in Y2 👍🏻😀
We are really looking forward to continuing our art projects next week!
Today we continued our silhouette art work with Mrs Robbins. We have been adding patterns and geometric shapes to our silhouettes, I wonder what we will add next…
We got involved in a whole-school project and made some 3D hand shapes today, using our clay modelling skills. We had to think about the thickness of our clay, keeping it flat and even. We worked with a partner to carefully draw around our hands. We used precision tools to cut around the shape we […]
We have been drawing animal prints and silhouettes in 2WB. We had to look really carefully at the use of shape to draw a selection of animal outlines. Using bright watercolours and monotone, we presented animals in our sketch books.
We paid tribute to black art history by researching an influential artist. Lois Mailou Jones was greatly influenced by African masks and the use of bold colours and patterns. In the style of our artist, we started with our mask outlines before using pastels to add bold and bright colours. Which colours did you like best?
Today in art we had a go at sketching and copying tone. We had a variety of animals and styles to choose from and used these to practice our pencil control. Which animal would you have chosen?
Today we practiced our shading skills, with a focus on tone. We enjoyed making different tones, without pressing on the page with our pencil. Instead, we learned how to hold our pencils properly as artists to get the desired effect on our page. We learned to use a new word – ask us what […]
Today we created our bird designs for an upcoming local display. The children thought carefully about their use of colour and showed some excellent colouring skills!