the eye project (side)
. A North Park University community art project. Participants made images of fellow North Park students (or in a couple cases, faculty). 67 blocks total, mounted on a gold-leafed circle. More photographs documenting this project here: the eye project Also check out a previous NPU community art project: the riverside mural
Shading: Darken every tapered edge/corner by way of short, overlapping pencil strokes while taking care to leave a broad, central “band” of light through the apex of each curl
This is my reproduction of a drawing from the book "Colored Pencil Solution Book" by Janie Gildow & Barbara Benedetti Newton. I found this book to be a great reference for colored pencil work. Medium: Prismacolor Pencil Date: 04/03
Betsy Morningstar :: 7th Grade Artwork
Digication ePortfolio :: Betsy Morningstar by Elizabeth Claire Morningstar at NAEA. [Group Mural Enlargements] Each student was given a 2x2 inch square that featured a small portion of a popular work of Art History. Using a grid, each square was enlarged to a wopping 12x12 inch square and then meticulously replecated and enlarged the small square paying close attention to the proportions.
Charcoal and Pastel Owls
A few weeks ago I was lucky enough to have 2 bonus class periods with my 6th graders while my current middle school group (8th grade) was in Washington, D.C. for the annual 7th/8th grade travel week. Because I hadn't had my 6's in a couple of months, and I only had a little over 1 hour of usable art making time with them, I knew I needed a project that would get them excited and keep them on task so that we would have finished pieces of art at the end of our time together. I decided that…
Picasso portraits revisited
Every quarter, 8th graders create a portrait in the style of Picasso. We have created these in a multiple of ways in the past but this collage method has really been a successful start for all students. This lesson was adapted from United Art & Education's recent Project Guide.
How to draw 3D shapes
Here is a tutorial I made on how to draw and shade 3D shapes- A Cone, A Cylinder, a Sphere and a Cube. Anyone is welcome to use it to learn how to draw for personal and non-commercial purposes.
How to Draw Glass [Narrated Step-by-Step]
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