This Leonardo Da Vinci Grid Drawing is a great way to teach your students about Da Vinci and how to draw. The clear image shows quality-of-line, direction-of-line and a range of values; all things you want your students to include in their drawings. The image is one of Da Vinci’s famous dissection drawings which form part of his wider works on anatomical drawings.
There are two versions of this one-page resource. One where the lines are in place, and one where there are little marks on the edge of the square so students can easily rule their own lines.
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