Warm or cool in the medieval cities


How changes the atmosphere of an ancient city if its colors are predominantly warm or cool? Here are the drawings of the students of grade 7: the walls and towers of medieval cities, which are inspired by paintings and frescoes of 1300, were colored with felt-tip pens and pencils, choosing warm or cool colors.

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  1. Thanks so much for all your great ideas. On the cities…did they trace them from a photograph? Or did they create them themselves? Thanks,

    • They traced them from a picture, but you could prepare some photocopies of the drawings as well! 🙂

  2. I’ve been following your blog for a few months now and am really inspired by the artwork your kids are creating. Thank you so much! – Julie

  3. Your welcome Julie! 🙂

  4. Your blog is really great. I already tried some of your ideas with my pupils.. Do you have the traced drawings or did they make them on their own? I think I saw the very first picture already somewhere?

    Thank you. tobi

    • Hi Tobi. These are from traced drawings, you saw the very first picture in my blog on a previous post. Some pupils prepared the drawings on traced paper and then we used photocopies of them. .)

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