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Skyline on color gradations. Arte a Scuola Creativity in the classroom and in life You are here: Home / Art Techniques / Skyline on color gradations Skyline on color gradations March 21, 2015 by Miriam Leave a Comment On a double chromatic gradation painted with acrylic paint, was pasted the skyline of a city cut out from a black cardboard.

Skyline on color gradations

Share this: Like this: Filed Under: Art Techniques, Mixed media Tagged With: 12year-old, city, color theory, gradations, landscape, light&shadow, paper cut, positive-negative space, primary school, secondary school, value Leave a Reply The Author I’m Miriam Paternoster, an Italian art teacher in a Middle School of North Italy. Best Art Blog 2015 Buy worksheets Connect with arteascuola.com Subscribe to Arteascuola.com!

Subscribe to Receive Free Email Updates! Buy my ceramics Search on arteascuola.com Search by Tag Sustain my website! If you like my website and believe that my ideas are useful, you may offer me a coffee! Copyright © 2013 Arteascuola.com · webmaster Nexnova.net · design MokitaDesign. Lines forming a three-dimensional tree. Arte a Scuola Creativity in the classroom and in life You are here: Home / Drawing / Lines forming a three-dimensional tree Lines forming a three-dimensional tree November 12, 2014 by Miriam Leave a Comment With the simple combination of parallel lines we can give the impression of three-dimensionality.

Lines forming a three-dimensional tree

Share this: Like this: Filed Under: Drawing, Felt-tip-pen Tagged With: 11year-old, line, optical illusion, primary school, silhouette, three-dimensional, warm&cool colors Leave a Reply The Author I’m Miriam Paternoster, an Italian art teacher in a Middle School of North Italy. That Little Art Teacher: Op Art and Colored Pencil Tutorial - Art 1. I love Op Art and I thought it would be the perfect lesson to teach Art 1's how to use colored pencils.

That Little Art Teacher: Op Art and Colored Pencil Tutorial - Art 1

We began by discussing Op Art, M.C. Escher, Victor Vasarely, and Bridget Riley. Then we discussed the project which was to use colored pencil and value to create an Optical Illusion. Requirements: - Drawing must be an optical illusion - Color pencil value to create the illusion (at least 3 values) - Color pencil technique - Craftsmanship - Completeness - illusion must fill the page, traced in black sharpie, and have colored pencil value throughout. Before we discussed how to use the prism colored pencils I showed them many optical illusion.

Materials 9"x12" paper prisma colored pencils Op Art Handout compasses rulers THough not required to, many students drew a few Op designs to see which they liked best… Or which was the easiest to draw. After one day of intro and planning, the next day we practiced using blending colored pencils in our sketchbooks. Un an d'Arts Plastiques en Segpa (ou cycle III) Cette année, je dois faire deux heures d'Art Plastique par semaine à des 5° Segpa.

Un an d'Arts Plastiques en Segpa (ou cycle III)

Il se trouve que l'Art Plastique, ce n'est pas trop mon rayon, donc n'attendez pas une super programmation, ni des trucs extraordinaires... Mais si vous êtes en panne d'idées (pour des cycle III ou des Segpas), j'espère que cet article pourra vous dépanner : je vous mettrai ci-dessous ce que j'aurai fait avec eux tout au long de l'année. Septembre Prénom et symétrie L'idée vient sans doute de là : Pour la réaliser : Etape 1 : les élèves plient leur feuille en deux dans le sens de la hauteur. Etape 2 : ils écrivent leur prénom (en capitales, en cursives, comme ils veulent) de telle sorte que les lettres touchent le pli de la feuille. Etape 3 : ils décalquent leur prénom (contre la vitre par exemple) pour faire apparaitre le symétrique.

Etape 4 : ils tracent les contours par couleurs successives (après avoir choisi 2 à 4 couleurs qui alterneront). Réaliser une affiche publicitaire Octobre Novembre 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Artwork by Esther315. Une astuce facile pour dessiner votre main en 3D (A faire avec vos enfants) – L'Humanosphère.