2 weathered wood observational drawing worksheets. Ideal for natural forms and ‘decay’ themed projects. There is a huge collection of drawing art lessons on The Arty Teacher. Materials Required: Pencils #Ad
This large unit of work asks students to create a mixed media artwork that includes a drawing of a friend and collage pieces that represents their friend’s personality and interests. The collage appears to be ‘exploding’ from the person’s mind! During this project, students photograph a friend, learning about different portrait poses and also taking […]
This drawing a pencil sub lesson is so useful to have in your bank of resources. It’s never wrong to get your students drawing! This is ideal if you don’t want your students to use more than a pencil in your absence. This download includes: The one-page resource pictured above. This has all the information […]
This drawing a pepper sub lesson is so useful to have in your bank of resources. It’s never wrong to get your students to draw and natural forms is a popular topic. You can choose if students use a pencil or coloured pencil. This download includes: The one-page resource pictured above. This has all the […]
This oyster shell pen drawing lesson guides your students through the steps to create a detailed pen drawing with a non-permanent pen and water. The final step has an emphasis on mark making. This download includes: The 7-slide PowerPoint pictured above. A detailed lesson plan. 4 oyster shell images for students to work from. Materials […]
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