Nov 21, 2011

Snowman Drawing

One simple change to a snowman’s face can add a ton of charm to a picture. I tried this out in a drawing class today and really liked the results. Young students could just make a simple snowman, while older ones could concentrate on a skyward-looking face.
1. Students followed my drawing lead by first drawing the bottom circle of the snowman, then the middle, and then a rectangle on top (the scarf). A head was added on top, along with a face that was very near the top of the circle. The hat was drawn, as well as the arms and rest of the scarf.
2. All lines were traced with a black Sharpie maker.
3. The snowman was colored in with crayon, and snowflakes were added all around.

6 comments:

Timi said...

This snowman is very lovely!!! ♥

appliejuice said...

I really like the upward look. We will be doing this. Thanks!

Anya said...

Awesome snowman!

Grade ONEderful said...

Love it!

❀Barbara❀
Grade ONEderful

Anonymous said...

I love this so much I used it for a combo crayon / water color project. We used up some iffy gray paper and they turned out so cute. We drew the snowman in a white crayon and added snowflakes all around. Then, we sponged water color over the entire picture. What fun! Thanks for your always incredible ideas! Alyson in Utah

Mrs. Skojec said...

This was so cute and my class loved it. I linked to this project on my blog. Thanks!