Texture’s landscapes

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With colored felt tip pens we  have drew these landscapes, starting from a stylized drawing of a simple landscape (rocks, grass, hills, a tree, a lake with boats, some other hills and mountains in the background) . Each area of the landscape is filled with a different texture and the effect is beautiful!


Analysis of a work of art

The colors of the four seasons


25 thoughts on “Texture’s landscapes”

  1. Miriam, thanks for visiting my blog. I love your students work and the projects you give them. This landscape lesson is perfect for pattern, line and colour. Thanks for sharing.

  2. These are fantastic! How are these done? Can you point me to a tutorial or something like? I love doing projects with my kids but I'm always nervous to try something new and any directions would be very helpful. Thanks for sharing.

    • Hi Daniel! Thanks for the link of your blog! Your students have created amazing works. They are so talented! I’m following you on pinterest and on your great blog. Thanks for the connection with you, I love high professionalism of your work! 🙂

  3. Thanks for those kind words! We’re just a normal school and my class are aged 8-9 so not quite as proficient as your children, but I always show them pictures of your projects first for inspiration. Thanks again and I’m looking forward to your next updates 🙂

  4. Hello,
    I love your blog and just wanted to let you know that I used your colour zentangle landscapes idea with my grade 5 students earlier this year and they produced such fantastic artwork. They were mesmerised by the work of your students! My students were all very proud of themselves when they finished their large, complex drawings. I have included a link to your blog in my blog post about this work.
    Thank you for your inspiration,
    Shell Menhennet
    The Back Art room blog

    • Thank you Shelley for sharing the pictures of your students’ works! Those are amazing, and your students have to be proud!!
      Thanks for the link as well! Going on with your talented students and send me your links! 🙂

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