The biggies have created some art inspired by the plant we found in Dow’s Wood. We are also starting to think about our harvest assembly which will be after the holidays.
Every year Banton Primary send their art to the Banton Flower show. Here are this years entries.
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we don’t have many Biggies at Banton’s so we had to improvise.
The Biggies have been making some animated gifs. Creating the frames in Sketches Pro app and putting them together in the 5Seconds app. More next week.
You might need to click on the images to see them animate.
We had a really busy week with the 50th Birthday celebrations and halloween. Hopefully we will get the blog updated a bit next week, until then you can see the art work the p5-6-7 produced for the Kilsyth Co-Op halloween art competition.
HOW TO TRACE YOUR LIFE ON BRUSHES REDUX
THINGS YOU WILL NEED
iOS device and brushes
Internet (for photo)
Today I am going to be telling you how to make a photo that you have drawn thanks to an app called BRUSHES REDUX.
Let’s get started
1.First go onto safari and look for a photo you would like to draw on and if you don’t want to then go onto camera and take a photo of something.
2.Hold down on your screen on the photo you want and a pop up will come up saying copy or save image click save image.
3.Now go into brushes redux and make a new picture landscape way or portrait way.
4.Press the import button and click your photo then make sure it almost fits the page (if possible)
5.Now drag the photo you took or the one off the internet to the bottom by going into layers and using the drag icon then lock the bottom one
6.Now draw around your photo and end up with stunning detail if you zoom in but it may become a wee bit more pixelated.
7.Once you are finished your photo click the export button and send it to photos.
8.Now if you want you can print your photo and put it up on your wall . HORAY
The Biggies worked hard on paintings for the Banton Flower Show art competition which is on Saturday. We looked at pictures by Georgia O’Keeffe and worked with either hot or cold colours for the most part.
This year we have been doing some art work and we made some silhouettes and we made them all different colours. Lots of us made them different kinds of flowers and they all looked really cool.
Here is a picture of the work that we have done of the flowers.
We were thinking of the different shapes and colours and how they went together. The pictures were stuck together on black card.
We did this other piece of art when Mr. Johnston gave us a flower and we had to sketch it out. We had to draw flowers while looking at them so they had more detail.
These pieces of work are for the Banton flower show. We are going to be making one more piece of art and we will be picking out of one of them each to send to the show.
By Alex, Ellie and Luke