Drawing Cats! This one-page worksheet will delight your students when you ask them to draw the beautiful close-ups of cats. There are lots of animal art resources on The Arty Teacher.
Drawing eyes with different media is a download that encourages accurate observational drawing and experimenting with different media. This download includes: An eyes reference sheet in colour An eyes reference sheet in black and white A two-page lesson plan which includes advice on how to teach each media and how to structure the delivery of […]
Drawing bees is an appealing art resource that asks students to draw the bees in different media. Excellent, inspiring examples are included. This download has 4 pages and includes: Drawing bees worksheet with all 8 bees and three good examples Drawing bees good examples in ballpoint pen, coloured pencil and pencil. Drawing bees – 4 […]
‘Drawing Eyes’ is 3 worksheets with beautiful eyes all looking in different directions. 6 photos to draw in total. This could be for one student to work in a range of media or you could cut each worksheet in half and each student chooses one set of eyes to draw. There are lots of portrait […]
‘Old, Wrinkled Eyes for Drawing’ is a one-page resource which encourages wonderfully detailed drawing. Why are wrinkles so appealing? There 4 versions of this one-page resource. For the UK: The wording is Shading, Tone, Detail, Accuracy. In colour and black & white. For the US: The wording is Shading, Value, Detail, Accuracy. In colour and […]
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