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Portrait Work

Symmetrical Faces

Our work on portraits, in Art, linked to our Maths work when we produced these symmetrical face pictures. The children's pictures were taken with a digital camera. Then half of their face was cut and pasted onto a piece of paper using image/DTP packages. The children completed the other half of the faces using pen. I was going to get them to add tone or colour but they look quite effective as they are.

One idea would be to get them to do half the face as above then remove the photo and get them to complete the other half of the face by mirroring what they'd already done!

Charcoal Portraits

Many of the children hadn't used charcoal before but they enjoyed this first exploration with it. They worked from black and white photographs of each other so that they could get some idea of tone, light and dark.

 

(Work by children at Edleston Primary School in Crewe)




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