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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6 thoughts on “Warm or cool in the medieval cities”
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! 🙂
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
Your welcome Julie! 🙂
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. .)