Friday, 30 August 2013

How I created my Friedrich Vordemberge Guildwart By:Halaiano

Title: How I created Friedrich vordemberge Gildewart painting.

Example of Friedrich vordemberge painting.
1x30 ruler.
1 HB pencil.
1 Eraser.
A2 size paper.
Three painting colors.
two painting brush-1 x thin brush 1 x thick brush.
hair spray.
paint shirt.

1. Plot 5 cm dots across(horizontally) the paper by using a ruler.
2. Join the dots together using a ruler.
3. Plot 5 cm dots down(vertically) the paper using a ruler.
4. Join the dots together by using a ruler
5. Number the squares and co-ordinate.
6. Complete the triangle on the bottom left hand corner  
Coordinates: (7,1) then go down by using the ruler.
7. Complete the smaller triangle in left hand corner.
Coordinates: (3,1) (4,1) then then that one is finished.
8. Complete the long rectangle sort of in the middle.
Coordinates: (3,6)
9. Go to the bottom left corner of the paper and we are going to do the the medium size triangle.
Coordinates: (7,2)
10. Complete the smaller triangle on the top left hand corner.
Coordinates (2,4)
11. Choose what colour you want for your painting.
12. Once you chosen the colour for your painting put on your paint shirt and now you can start painting the medium size triangle on the bottom left hand corner.
13. Once you have completed painting the medium size triangle on the bottom left hand corner lets continue to the the next shape of the painting.
14. Now you can blend the colours by making the next shape of the paint either lighter or darker.
15. Once you have done what colour you have chosen either lighter or darker you are going to do with all the rest of the shapes and with the lines you can make it whiter or red or any colour you want.
16. Once the paint has dried you spray it with the Schwarzkopf hair spray so it look shiny.
17. Once you are finish you now can surprise your family with your impressive work.

Monday, 19 August 2013

My painting Reflection. by: Halaiano

 Art: Reflecting on my Painting

1. Are you pleased with your painting? why / why not?
Yes because I have learnt lots of new things.

2. What did you find easy when you created your painting?
Rubbing out my lines and painting the small gaps.

3. What part did you find tricky when you were creating your painting? -think about painting, ruling up the grid, measuring, using the co-ordinates, etc. Ruling the grids.

4. Who / What helped you when you were painting?
Miss Paton.

5. What would you do differently next time? Think about: colours, painting, ruling up, etc. Ruling the grids.

6. What frustrated you when you created your painting?

When I had to do my touch ups.

Wednesday, 7 August 2013

This is XtraMath halaiano

This is my XtaMath results and I am proud that I got heaps of smile faces that mean that they are right.

My direction to the treasure

1.30 steps out the door.
2.turn right
3.5 small steps
5.arms in front grab it

My comparing fractions by Haliano

This is my comparing fractions poster and I just found out that Three quarters is bigger then One quarter.

My XtraMath results by: Haliano

This is my XtraMath result and I hope next time I get all of my all right and none wrong.

Google birds eye view by: haliano

This is my Google birds eye view and I like it because it's really colourful but the four arrows mean South, East, North and West so that's what it means. Also on the side the gold one at the top is a sandpit  
and the one after it is the chair where we eat our morning tea also the third one is a shade shelter and the
very last one is the flag pole next to the office.

Thank you for reading my Google birds eye view.

Friday, 2 August 2013

4 types of Landforms

1. A sea cave is a type of cave formed by the wave action of the sea.

2. A cliff is a very sharp drop off a mountain or hill.

3.A lagoon is a shallow body of water separated from a larger body of water by barrier islands or reefs.

4. A gully is a land form created by running water, eroding sharply into soil typically on a hillside.

My Birds eye view by:Haliano

My XtraMath Results by : Halaiano

This is my XtraMath results and I hope next time I get better and get none wrong.