Texture T-shirt

We have created many graphic textures to decorate a small T-shirt made of paper! Here are the custom shirts made by students of grade 6th, exhibited as if they were hung in a colorful shop! The designs are made with colored felt pens, and from the same sheet of paper was cut the hanger. That it was then glued behind the collar of the T-shirt for expose it. … [Read more...]

4 printable worksheets about Gustav Klimt: first set

Buy now The firsts 4 pdf printable worksheets with the drawings of famous works of Gustav Klimt, ready to be coloured with pencils or felt tip pens, and completed with gold paper collage in the style of Klimt . You can propose to your students to copy his patterns, or to colour in a personal way this worksheets. A useful art lesson for students of Primary and Secondary School. In this lesson we … [Read more...]

Zentangle circles and gradations

Another exercise carried out about tonal gradations in 8th grade classes. As in the previous exercise about shades of gray "Collaborative project in monochrome mixed media", here we have used the quarter circle to create parts of an image to be assembled in circle. The tonal gradations have been painted with acrylic paint (or also tempera painting is suitable) starting from the lightest color to … [Read more...]

Collaborative project in monochrome mixed media

Each student in the class of grade 7 has drawn a quarter of a circle with decorations zentangle, made ​​with a black marker. The background was divided into rays of different sizes, painted with acrylic paint in various shades of gray. The paintings, combined together, create a series of monochromatic circles very stylish. … [Read more...]

Halloween in tonal gradations and zentangles

We have experienced the tonal gradations with acrylics with the students of Grade 8, to learn how to mix colors, starting with the lightest color and adding gradually the dark color up to the saturated color. At the center of the painting each student has drew a shape of his own invention, decorated with black and white zentangle ... We were at the end of October and as you can see many of these … [Read more...]

Rolled zentangles!

With students of grade 8 we are still working on lights and shadows and gradations. We drew these Zentangles as ancient parchments rolled, using fantasy in the drawing of textures, and reality in the shadows of the parchments that seem real and three dimensional. … [Read more...]

Bicycle textured

The students of Year 6th have decorated with textures some drawing details of a bicycle. Everyone chose a detail and colored each area with colored felt-tip pens, inventing the most various graphic textures to fill the drawing. The designs were then reassembled to get the shape of the bicycle, in a composition of colors and shapes ... then, can we get a ride? Below we … [Read more...]

Texture for a folder

With pupils of the Year 7th we began to explore the world of graphic textures: how many signs, decorations, patterns can we invent with some felt-tip pen? We have created folders in cardboard where we will put our drawings throughout the school year and for the cover every pupil has designed 9 different textures placed in a grid, drawing everything freehand and using imagination. The instructions … [Read more...]

Zentangle hand on a value background

With students of Class 2A we did the same exercise of the previous post  with Zentangle Flower, but we tried another subject: every students decorated the silhouette of his own hand. … [Read more...]

Zentangle flowers with tempera-value background

an interesting composition! michele s. In the class 2B we have done this exercise in three steps: 1) first we drawn the flower with a pencil 2) then we painted the background with tempera, using two colours (white and another colour). We started from the white tempera, adding a drop of colour for every range of value. 3) eventually we completed the flower with … [Read more...]