Developing a Creative Idea for a Character

  • Exploring Ideas

    This section explores the criteria "plan and make their art works in response to exploration of techniques, technologies and processes used in the work of other artists. They demonstrate the use of materials, techniques, processes, visual conventions and technologies to express ideas and convey meaning in their artworks."

  • Finding Inspiration

    This section explores the criteria "Identify, analyse and evaluate how other artists use materials, techniques, technologies, processes and visual conventions to express ideas and convey meaning, and Students identify and describe artworks and exhibitions from different cultures, times and places and how ideas are interpreted by audiences.""

  • Types of drawing

    This section explores the criteria "Students identify and describe artworks and exhibitions from different cultures, times and places and how ideas are interpreted by audiences."

  • Exploring techniques

    This section explores the criteria "plan and make their art works in response to exploration of techniques, technologies and processes used in the work of other artists. They demonstrate the use of materials, techniques, processes, visual conventions and technologies to express ideas and convey meaning in their artworks."

  • Refining project

    This section explores the criteria "plan and make their art works in response to exploration of techniques, technologies and processes used in the work of other artists. They demonstrate the use of materials, techniques, processes, visual conventions and technologies to express ideas and convey meaning in their artworks."

  • Final outcome and character backstory

    This section explores the criteria "plan and make their art works in response to exploration of techniques, technologies and processes used in the work of other artists. They demonstrate the use of materials, techniques, processes, visual conventions and technologies to express ideas and convey meaning in their artworks."

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