Grotesque Heads - An odd or unnatural shaped head. Usually fantastically ugly or amazingly absurd. See the artwork of Giuseppe Arcimboldo, Venetian Masks and Gargoyles as examples of Grotesque heads in Art, Craft and Design.
A colour wheel- a colour wheel shows you all the different colours and what colours are primary and secondry.
Venetian Masks-Various different types of masks from various different places. The masks have been around since Medeval times (12th and 13th Centuries). The masks are ver pretty and colourful, often worn at party's, but it became popular wearing them around the street.Viki Carter
lauren moss said...shading tones-is a way to shade objects in by using different tones, such as light to dark.
collage a group of images put on a sheet of paper grouped together usual relating to each other
tone-the amount or lightness and darkness in an area. tone can vary. we used tone during the drawing of the grotesque heads
propotions of the face- to get accurate and realistic features!Sarah Reilly
Creativity- The artists we've looked at in this topic have all used their own unique creativity, especially Giuseppe Arcimboldo, the way he used fruit to then make a face!Shading!
it gives you flavours of different types of colours used to make it a detailed painting. It is also absurd and unique to think of fruits to make a face.
miss-if we already know these words what should we do? Viki Carter