Rita Jul-bilder steg för steg | Bildlärarbloggen I dag på bildlektionerna i åk 6 har jag lett dem steg för steg igenom ritandet. Vi började med att dela in ett A4 papper i 16 rutor. Eleverna fick mäta med linjal och försiktigt skissa upp rutmönstret. Dessa rutor skulle fungera som hjälplinjer. Varje steg ritar jag först på tavlan så att eleverna sen på sitt papper får rita samma sak. Det roliga med uppgiften är att eleverna får inte veta vad det är de ritar. Första gruppen fick rita en julpingvin. Den andre gruppen fick göra ett tomteansikte. Star Box I suppose it isn't exactly the right time of year for stars and lanterns, but I've got a paper folding fascination at the moment and so was drawn to a project I had wanted to do back in Autumn. During last lantern season I was looking everywhere for instructions to make these beautiful paper lanterns and couldn't find them anywhere. I ended up purchasing a lantern that was already made and since I've been struggling with some difficult folds and designs of other paper crafts, I decided to unfold the seemingly simple lantern I bought and figure the thing out for myself. Since in my own quest for instructions I crossed paths with many other people looking for the same thing, I thought I'd do my best to share what I learned. Begin with a 12" square of paper to end up with a lantern that is about 7" across when complete. (Feb., 2012 edit: A video tutorial of this project can now be found here.) For crisper creases and to help fold thicker card stocks, try using a bone folder.
Create a new strip You are using an ancient web browser, Stripgenerator does not work properly in it.Get rid of Internet Explorer 6! Upgrade to a new version or use another browser like Chrome, Opera, Safari or Firefox. StripGenerator Say hello to manoli_martin 384,934 Members 1,029,293 Strips Sign in or register Merchandise Spring Cherry Tree Spring Cherry Blossom Tree ~ Beautiful Kids Art I love cherry trees and any tree that blossoms in the spring. I can’t wait for our street to be lined with beautiful blossoms, but until then the kids made these beautiful Spring Cherry Tree Paintings. They were so easy to make, and I have to say the kids really enjoyed making them! To make your own Cherry Blossom Tree, you will need: Watercolor paperWatercolors, brush and container of waterBlack acrylic paint thinned to a watery consistencyEye dropperStrawVarious shades of pink, purple and white acrylic paint. Tips for working with watercolors: Start with a wet paper. Using different shades of green watercolors to create the grass and varying shades of blue for the sky. Water down the black paint so it has a more ink like consistency. The kids loved this part! Once they got the technique down, we moved onto their cherry tree. Squeeze the various shades of paint onto one pallet. We used a similar technique to create this simple Spring Tree.
How to draw funny cartoons. Simple guide to improve your drawing skills. Oil Pastel Resist Halloween Art This is a very cool resist effect which I thought was suitable for Halloween art. If you don't celebrate Halloween in your school and/or country, pumpkins or leaves would be a nice Autumn theme alternative. This project is a take on 'tempera batik', but instead of a layer of thick tempera paint, this is a simpler version using oil pastels. Here's what you need: oil pastels basic chalk (yellow, whatever you have) black acrylic paint or India ink or black liquid watercolours heavy white paper (I used smooth cardstock) Start by drawing your Halloween (or pumpkin) image with pencil. Outline all pencil lines with a thick line of chalk. The chalk lines will end up black in the end. Now colour in the image with a thick layer of oil pastels. Once you're finished colouring, you can wipe off some of the chalk with a slightly damp sponge. Now paint over a layer of watered down black acrylic paint or India ink over the entire image. *Important* Drying time seems to be the touchy part of this process.
Storyboard That: The World's Best FREE Online Storyboard Creator Meet The Gang.... Remember these.. well they're all dressed up and ready to party! Things with stripy legs, wheels and pointy hats what more do you need! It's an age since I've done The Three Muses challenge but their theme is whimsical, quirky and humorus.....I think these little chaps fit the bill! Topic worksheets Join us on Facebook! Repairs around the home Picture sequence story and activities about turning off the water and calling a plumber to repair a leak. With ideas for a warm up, jumbled sentences, gapped text, a game, true/false, dialogues, and many extension activities. Taking a child to school Picture sequence story and activities about taking children to and from school: 'walking buses', drop offs on wet days, parking signs near schools and pedestrian safety. How to get your NZ driver licence Supermarket shoppingPicture scenario for asking for help and talking to the cashier in a supermarket. Giving feedback Picture scenarios for giving feedback in different situations: requests for personal opinions, for a phone survey, on a course form, online feedback (skype). Volunteering in a charity shopPicture sequence story about applying and being interviewed for a job. Job searchPicture sequence story about applying and being interviewed for a job. Emergency - fire! The haircut (A bad hair day)!
Åk 6 Ni ska skapa en bild som berättar något om er själva. Ni måste använda minst två olika tekniker när ni skapar bilden, tex: Foto Färgpennor Pastellkritor Vattenfärg, Tuschpennor Collage = använd bilder ur tidningar eller färgat papper och klister för att skapa en bild. Digital bildredigering med en eller flera appar. UPPGIFT: Skapa en egen bild där du berättar något om dig själv. Använd hela pappret och gör först en skiss som du fotograferar. REDOVISNING: När alla bilder är klara lägger vi ut dem på ett bord och hjälps åt med att hitta rätt bild till rätt elev. UTVÄRDERING: När uppgiften är färdig skriver du en utvärdering och lämnar in på Showbie. Vilka tekniker har du använt?