Apr 17, 2014
Apr 16, 2014
2. The lines are traced with a black marker, and all end points are “capped” with black circles.
3. The letters are outlined, preferable with thinner marker, and filled in with colored pencils. Who needs a computer when you can make your own hip and colorful font?
Apr 14, 2014
1. Tear a 20" or so section from the packing paper. Draw an Indian symbol in pencil.
2. Trace the art with a black oil pastel.
3. Fill the inside art with a nature-colored pastel.
4. Trace the outside with a white pastel.
5. Tear away any smooth edges.
Apr 12, 2014
2. A 3" x 5" piece of black paper was cut into several stripes and glued down as shown.
3. Students flipped the art over, drew a half circle and cut. The back was glued to a blue paper.
4. White wings were cut from a small white paper and glued as desired.
5. A Sharpie was used to draw the eyes, legs and antennae. FYI: All the supplies may be purchased at Staples.
Apr 10, 2014
Apr 9, 2014
Apr 8, 2014
1. Students lightly traced a scissors onto a 6" x 9" sheet of paper, which is sized for the Art Journal Project 2014.
2. The background was colored in crayon in any color, any pattern, as long as the end result was solid. The inside of the scissors was to be empty. No light or scribbly coloring allowed. – the bolder the background, the more the scissors stand out.
Apr 7, 2014