Teaching Crosshatching – Drawing Skills

Teaching Crosshatching

This essential worksheet has been designed for teaching crosshatching. It gives two examples, Durer and Da Vinci and asks students to complete two tasks. This would fit into any drawing skills workshop or work as a cover lesson or homework.

You could use this as a lesson before you go on to look at Giorgio Morandi and his wonderful crosshatched drawings.

There are two versions of this one-page resource – one which uses the word ‘tones’ and one which uses the word ‘values’.

There are lots of drawing resources on The Arty Teacher.

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  • Really good practice

    Thanks. My students found this a useful exercise.

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