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Beautiful! I love how you layered the pastels and added in pencil lines at the end.
Thank you for your comment! nice to meet you!
thaks Rina! Sei italiana? Sei un’insegnante? Piacere di conoscerti!!!Nice to meet you, thank for your comment, the technique is very easy!!!
wow i'd like to try this thanks 🙂
Thanks for sharing! Show me your work when will be ready!! I’m very happy to share it!
Fantastici, poi i lavori dei ragazzi coi pastelli ad olio vengono sempre bellissimi, mi sa proprio che alle seconde li faccio fare, grazie dell'idea!
Ciao Martina!!! Sì, sono anche facili da fare perchè i colori si possono “ pasticciare”, poi con il baby oil si possono mettere a posto eventuali difetti e ammorbidire il segno e alla fine con la matita si dà il tocco finale con un segno incisivo che riprende quello di modigliani. Se li realizzi con le seconde fammeli vedere!! Ciao prof, e sempre buon lavoro! Salutami tutti!
You are such a creative, talented teacher. Thanks so much for sharing your wonderful ideas. I really enjoy all your projects….. Anne
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I’m sorry for that! Anyways, nice to meet you and your blog! Thank you for your comment!
Miriam, sei proprio brava! Complimenti!
Beautiful. I want to try this. What kind and size of paper did you use??
Hi Katee! Thanks for your comment. I used heavy paper (more than 200 gr/m2) or it’s possible to use every kind of cardboard. 🙂
I did this with my students yesterday and they turned out great… but my question is, does the baby oil ever dry!?!
Hi Kelly! I’m curious to see your students’ work! Of course it will dry, but the time depend on how much oil they used on the drawing. Wait some days and if the drawing will be too oiled, you could try drying it with a tissue, but I think in some days it will dry 🙂
Thanks for sharing Denette! Your pumpkins are amazing! 🙂
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I’m Miriam Paternoster, an Italian art teacher in a Middle School of North Italy. This blog is a place to share and explore lessons, educational systems and techniques, with other art teachers and classrooms around the world.
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