For this week, by request, I would like you to draw a character from a favorite Children’s book. Pick one that you enjoyed and have fun remembering while you draw.
For this week since we are working with actual texture on your mosaic project, I would like you to choose an object to draw and focus on simulating the texture you see. Take your time and challenge yourself to really focus on the details.
In honor of the Masters Golf Tournament that happens this week I would like you to choose a flowering tree to draw in your sketchbook. Dogwoods, Red Buds, Azaleas etc.
You have a Homework Holiday for Easter Break. We will start up new assignments for the 4th Qtr. next week. Have a safe and happy Easter with your family!
It’s March Madness time again, for the last homework assignment for Qtr. 3 I would like you to do a drawing of the costumed mascot of one of the Men’s or Women’s NCAA basketball teams that made the fileld of 64. Bonus if your mascot’s team wins the championship!
As always, you have a homework holiday for Spring Break. As we near the end of Qtr. 3 please make sure that you are caught up with any missing Homework assignments to show me when we get back to art class on Monday March 22nd. Have fun and stay safe over Spring Break!
For those of you at home, the kids at school were using an ebony pencil to use this image to demonstrate a full range of values from light to the darkest dark. Some of you might have an ebony pencil in the kit I sent home with you at the beginning of the year. If not you can use a regular #2 pencil.
Here is a VALUE Scale…try to get as many values as you can into your drawing, using the white of the paper as the lightest light.
In celebration of Texas Independence Day please choose some kind of Texas inspired imagery to draw in your Sketchbook.
For this last week of Black history Month I would like you to choose someone that inspires you to draw in your sketchbook. Living or not….do your best and have fun.
Remembering the Mardis Gras Indian project we did in February of 2019…Paint pens on black paper. Perhaps some of you still have these in your collection of school art projects.
Have a safe and happy Fat Tuesday! See you next Monday.