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Std IX

Aboriginal Painting

Aboriginal Painting is the native artwork of Australia. It can be done on cards, pots, clothes etc. The theme has animals like tortoise, kiwi, kangaroo, ostrich etc. The background is coloured with a lighter shade whereas the main figure has a darker shade. Only dots are used as designs for this art work which follow a circular and semi-circular pattern. The dots can be made of different colours which makes the work more beautiful.

Vintage Art

This is a very old piece of art made with modern materials. The finished product looks like an age-old piece with cracks and light yellowish tinge.

Draw a circle or a rectangle at the centre of an MDF board. Except the figure at the centre paint the other areas using dark brown colour which is the base coat. For the light yellow shade mix chrome yellow, white and a few drops of burnt sienna colour should be diluted and kept aside. To get the crack effect, leave the centre portion and apply fevicol ion the thin layer. Immediately apply the mixed light yellow colour on top of the fevicol layer using feather touch technique (using big flat brush). Leave it to dry so that the crack appears. In the centre part, paint the light yellow colour directly on to the board and leave it to dry. Draw a picture (cycle, rickshaw etc.) using burnt sienna colour and its various shades and tints. No other colour should be used to paint the figure other than burnt sienna.

Std X

Zentangle design

In Europe people use this as a stress reliever. It is called as zentangle board making. On a board, a main figure is drawn and keeping this figure plain, the surrounding area is filled with black and white geometrical forms. The designs can be either black in white or white in black. As the number of designs increase, it makes the art work looks better.

Pipili Art

 

in this art work, a dark colour cloth piece of colours such as navy blue, black etc. is used. Designed cut-outs are pasted in that centre or in the corner of the cloth piece using fabric glue. 3D outliners are used to decorate the clothing and to darken the borders of the cut-out in the centre or corner.

 

Std XI

Vintage Art

This is a very old piece of art made with modern materials. The finished product looks like an age-old piece with cracks and light yellowish tinge.

Draw a circle or a rectangle at the centre of an MDF board. Except the figure at the centre paint the other areas using dark brown colour which is the base coat. For the light yellow shade mix chrome yellow, white and a few drops of burnt sienna colour should be diluted and kept aside. To get the crack effect, leave the centre portion and apply fevicol ion the thin layer. Immediately apply the mixed light yellow colour on top of the fevicol layer using feather touch technique (using big flat brush). Leave it to dry so that the crack appears. In the centre part, paint the light yellow colour directly on to the board and leave it to dry. Draw a picture (cycle, rickshaw etc.) using burnt sienna colour and its various shades and tints. No other colour should be used to paint the figure other than burnt sienna.

T-shirt bag (Best out of waste)

 

T-shirts are often dumped or burned, after they are used. But, we could make them into a bag which is useful to replace non-degradable plastics. To make them, take a t-shirt and remove its collar and sleeves. Cut the bottom at equal length and tie it together at the bottom.

 

Std XII

Zentangle design

In Europe people use this as a stress reliever. It is called as zentangle board making. On a board, a main figure is drawn and keeping this figure plain, the surrounding area is filled with black and white geometrical forms. The designs can be either black in white or white in black. As the number of designs increase, it makes the art work looks better.

Kashithakaari Art

 

This is an embroidery work which is famous in Kashmir. The design is traced on to a cloth, then black acrylic colour is filled inside the design. Let it dry. Using 3D cone outliner, do chain stitch work on the design on top of the black portion. Use multicolours to make the design vibrant. This can also be done using fabric colours and brush as paint work.



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