Year 9 mask making - Llantwit Major School

January 19, 2018 | Author: Anonymous | Category: Arts & Humanities, Performing Arts, Drama
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YEAR 9 MASK MAKING Year 9 mask making

Design work to include: • • • • • • • •

Brief and spec. Analysis Evaluation of existing products Research board/Mood board Design ideas Final idea Flowchart for making Evaluation.

Brief; Mask making. • Design and make a mask that will completely change your character, and that could be worn at a festival or party of your choice. Complete folder work that will support your work.

Design Specification • Function: The mask should be decorative, and include eye holes and a face attachment. It will be worn at…….. • Target user: The mask will be suitable for …………….. • Materials and components: I will need………………………………………………………to make my mask. • Appearance: The item must be colourful and attractive and should show effective use of colour, shape and texture. • Skills used: The item should show the use of fabric painting, quilting, embroidery stitches, beadwork, and sequins. • Quality control: It must be constructed accurately and finished properly. • Cost: The final item will cost 90p.

Design Specification • Function: • Target user: • Materials and components: • Appearance: • Skills used: • Quality control: • Cost:

BRIEF

Specific target Group? me Theatre group Actors

Copy from sheet/ slide Special occasion

celebration

Festivals/parties-wear

WHO

WHEN Masked balls

In school-make

Cat walk shows

painting

fun

machine

Mask making

HOW By hand

In school

Lesson time

WHERE

festivals

creative

fire animals

D block

Textiles room

Part of D and T

Hide identity

Easter Christmas

celebrations

curriculum

WHY

Creative techniques

parties

family disguise

friends

theatrical WHAT

scary

SPECIFICATIONS Complete your own, using key words

Comical

Eye masks African

BRIEF Copy from sheet/ slide

WHO WHEN

Mask making

HOW

WHY

WHAT WHERE SPECIFICATIONS Complete your own, using key words

Key words- work out where these go on your analysis. • • • • • • • • • • • •

Masked balls Sewing machine Part of textiles Fun Change character Textiles room Eye masks Part of Design and Technology Enjoyment Creative techniques Christmas Theatre group

• • • • • • • • • • • •

Disguise Painting Machine Hand stitch Hide identity Eye masks African Halloween 8 weeks Cat walk shows Festivals Scary

Evaluation of existing productsMasks Sketch and color the product you have been given and then answer the following points: INTENDED USER The target market for the item is………………… MATERIAL USED The materials used are……………………………. The texture of the materials are……………………… SIZE/COMPONENTS measure the product and record the results on your sketch There are…… component pieces to make the item METHOD OF CONSTRUCTION label the construction details on your design, how is it made? METHOD OF ATTACHING TO FACE…………………… DECORATIVE PROCESSES/COLOURS USED………………………………………… ……………………………………….. POSSIBLE IMPROVEMENTS ………………………………………………… ………………………………………………..



Sketch the mask that you are evaluating

Key words: Child, adult, girl, boy Cotton, silk Rough, smooth Machine stitching, embroidery Ties, elastic, stick, hood Sequins, beadwork, bright colours

Cont… •



FUNCTION The mask could be worn at……………………………………………… ………………………….. SKILLS USED TO MAKE THE MASK ARE…………………………………………… ………………………………………….



DRAW A NEW IMPROVED DESIGN

WORD BANK • Function- wear at a festival, change character • Intended user- children, boys or girls, teenagers, adults, elderly, drama and dance students. • Material used- cotton, silk, linen. • Colour- warm, cold, contrasting, bright, dull. • Method of construction- machine stitching, hand stitching, gluing. • Stiffening's/fillings- wadding, card. • Method of attachment to head- ties, ribbon, elastic, stick, hood, hair band. • Decorative processes- beadwork, sequin work, embroidery, machine stitching. • Safety- left in pins, sharp edges, loose attachments. • Skills- stitching, beadwork, painting • Possible improvements- neater stitching, brighter colours, face attachment, eyeholes.

Where are you so far? • Check your folder now to see if it is neat and tidy and well presented. • Have you got 2 design sheets- evaluating existing products, analysis including brief and specification. • You will be now moving on to the research sheet/ mood board, then design ideas.

POSSIBLE THEMES FOR MASK IDEAS • • • • • •

Theatrical Eye masks Animals Scary/Halloween African/tribal Cartoon

Research for my theme. • Once you have decided on your chosen theme, you need to research on the internet and create a research board. • Find a range of inspirational ideas that reflect your theme, and evaluate them.

This includes Sparkly and Sequin design To add colour And texture. I ma Use this method In my designing. I could use components Of this idea in my ideas, For example the feathers Around the edge, this would create A creative effect. I like this idea because……

You must decide on a theme for your ideas, i.e. theatrical. Include measurements

EXPLAIN AND LABEL EACH IDEA

DESIGN IDEAS

DESIGN 1Refer to the specification, when explaining your idea.

DESIGN 2 20cm

DESIGN 3 15cm

Label ideas with creative techniques you’ll use. 8cm

Black fabric paint

Blue sparkly paint This idea includes…

Machine stitch

Yellow hand embroidery

This will be attached To my head by……..

The intended user for this This mask could be Mask is…………………. Worn at………. ………………………. CREATIVE TECHNIQUES- Machine stitch, paint, embroidery, beadwork, sequins

Think about developments. What could you add to this Idea to make it better?

Why have you chosen This as your final idea?

FINAL IDEA

Label design again with creative techniques. REFER TO SPEC.

ANNOTATION: (use sheet to help) FUNCTION my mask will……… RELIABILITY my mask will have eyeholes and ties/elastic/stick

AESTHETICS I will make it look attractive by………………….

RESOURCES I will use…………

I have chosen this as my final idea Because…………………………

Face measurement grid Temple to temple Length of face Eyes- distance apart Eyes to mouth

THE FINAL IDEA SHOULD FIT YOUR FACE

This is one method for manufacture, what other ways could be used?

FLOW CHART One mask needed

Paper, scissors Ruler and pencil

Iron, ironing board

Check dry

Iron mask to fix colors

Ties and backing fabric

Make pattern by tracing Final idea onto paper And cutting out

Trace design onto fabric In pencil, paint

Cut wadding using Mask pattern, tack to Wrong side Sew on beads and Sequins by hand

Fabric, pins, scissors

Pin pattern to fabric And cut out

Sewing machine And thread

Machine embroider around Beads and Main lines of design sequins

Put front and back of Mask together and Check its Sew on ties or elastic Machine stitch, remember tidy By hand eyeholes

One mask made

Flowchart for mask making. •

Put the following points in the correct order to make a flow chart.

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• • •

One mask needed. Check dry. Trace design onto fabric in pencil, paint. Iron mask to fix colours. Put front and back of Mask together and machine stitch, remember eyeholes. Make pattern by tracing final idea onto paper and cutting out. Pin pattern to fabric and cut out.

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Sew on beads and Sequins by hand. Machine embroider around main lines of design Sew on ties or elastic by hand. Cut wadding using Mask pattern, tack to wrong side.

Put the following points in the correct order to make a flow chart.

Flowchart for mask making. Pin pattern to fabric And cut out

Sew on beads and Sequins by hand

Trace design onto fabric In pencil, paint

Make pattern by tracing Final idea onto paper And cutting out

Iron mask to fix colors

Cut wadding using Mask pattern, tack to Wrong side

Machine embroider around Main lines of design Put front and back of Mask together and Machine stitch, remember eyeholes

Sew on ties or elastic By hand

Then make Your own Flowchart On A3.

A Gantt chart can also be used for managing time in the manufacturing process.

GANTT CHART Manufacturing process

Wk 1

Wk 2 Wk 3 Wk 4 Wk 5

Wk 8

Wk 9

Machiningeyeholes and edging

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Finishing-ties

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Pattern making

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Cutting fabric

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Painting

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Cutting wadding

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Wk 7

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Pinning and tacking

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Creative techniques

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Cutting backing

Wk 6

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EVALUATION Look back at your mask and consider the following, put into full sentences: Have you answered the original brief and your personal spec.? Does your mask meet design points that you have made in your specification? I.e.. Have you used colour and texture attractively? How did you decide on the chosen idea for the mask? Was sampling useful in the manufacture of your design? Painting, stitches. What methods did you use in the manufacture of your design? What parts of the manufacture did you find a challenge? Are you pleased with the designing and making parts of your design? What do other people think of your work? Any suggestions for improvements? Draw a new improved idea, with developments.

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