A simple project with nice results. Just put a flower with leaves and stem in an old pasta jar, fill it with water and you're ready to go. Have the students add a baseline through the jar and have them observe that it changes when looking at it through glass it water. Make the initial drawing with a pencil on black construction paper then add white lines on top. Add two other colors (generally a complimentary scheme works better than an analogous one) that lay next to each other to give lines and composition energy.
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
Grade 8 line drawing with color pencils
Posted by Bob Rob Medina at 11:58 AM
Labels: analogous colors scheme, color pencil drawing, complimentary scheme, contour drawing, energy, flowers, lines, Middle school art, still life, water jar
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