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Experimenting Exam Task.ppt

  1. Media Experiments ‘AO2’ Don’t forget to annotate your work! Explaining what materials you have used, what you like and don’t like about it, and how it relates to your project Ideas of materials you could use… -Pencil -Biro -Fineliner -Ink -Conte and Charcoal -Paint (watercolour, acrylic, oil) -Brusho -Bleach -Wax -Coffee -Collage and mixed media -Mono printing -Etching -Lino Printing -Photography -Photoshop -Phone App editing -Animation -Darkroom work -Cyanotypes -Sewing -Pyrography -Image transferring -Clay -Wire -Plaster + modrock Use your own Photographs to work from and add Artist links to get marks for A01 + A03 as well
  2. On the next few slides are a few ideas to help you decide what media you might want to experiment with…
  3. Tonal Pencil, Watercolour, Fineliner, oil pastel….
  4. Photoshop + Etching
  5. Photoshop -Filters -Double Exposure -Colour Splash -Colour Adjustments
  6. Photo Apps - Photoshop - AfterFocus - Alt Photo - BlurFX - Camera+ - Diptic - Distressed - EyeEm - FilterStorm - FrontView - Glaze - Hipstamatic - Image Blender - Iris - Mextures - PicFX - Rainy Daze - Fragment - Superimpose
  7. Darkroom Photography
  8. Photograms
  9. Acetate darkroom
  10. Lumen Prints
  11. Cyanotype is a photographic printing process that produces a cyan-blue print. Engineers used the process well into the 20th century as a simple and low-cost process to produce copies of drawings, referred to as blueprints. The process uses two chemicals: ammonium iron(III) citrate and potassium ferricyanide.
  12. Dry Point Etching
  13. Monoprinting
  14. Lino Printing
  15. Acetate Transfer
  16. Acetate Transfer and Sewing
  17. Acetate Transfer and Sewing
  18. Pyrography
  19. Image Transfer onto wood
  20. Over the next two weeks you are going to produce at least two A2 Experiment boards showing two different medias (one of these experiments will ideally be what you use for your final outcome so think carefully about what media you choose). This will pick up marks for ‘A02’. You should use your photographs to work from (picking up marks for ‘A03’). If you link your experiments to Artists you can also pick up marks for ‘A01’. Monday26th March