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Stick and Ink Drawing – Fish

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Stick and Ink Drawing

Teach the art of stick and ink drawing so your students can create gestural drawings full of mark making. This resource will fill two lessons, and your students will:

  • Practise creating tones/values with stick and ink.
  • Practise mark making with stick and ink 
  • Draw a fish using a stick and ink.

This download includes:

  • A 7-slide PowerPoint that states the objectives and gives an overview of the project.  It includes a good example of mark making with stick and ink in a grid and a good example of a fish drawn with stick and ink.
  • A two-page plan for the 2 lessons.
  • A ‘Textural Fish’ handout to inspire the mark making.
  • A blank grid.
  • 5 images of fish to draw.

There are more mark making resources on The Arty Teacher website.

The Arty Teacher

Sarah Crowther is The Arty Teacher. She is a high school art teacher in the North West of England. She strives to share her enthusiasm for art by providing art teachers around the globe with high-quality resources and by sharing her expertise through this blog.

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  • Stick and Fish Ink Drawing

    I’m doing on upcycled, recycled, and found objects in nature.They were pretty scared at first to draw with something so “crazy” as a stick and using such a direct, loose approach. And– NO pencils, NO erasers really unnerved that age (middle school) group. However– they ended up all being surprised by how much fun it was and how great their textured fish turned out! Sarah, was so very helpful assisting me with maneuvering the downloads. Thank you, Aety Teacher!! ❤✌🙂🎨

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    • Hi Karen, Thank you for taking the time to leave a review. I’m delighted your students had a fun lesson and produced great work. Do let me know what I can improve on to get a 5-star review for this resource.

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