When we ask students to depict the water in a drawing, the majority draws a blue solid color; in the same way the wood is drew as a brown solid color, and the grass is an area of compact green. In this exercise, I challenged the students to the observation of reality. To copy a texture in a realistic way, is essential to observe its complexity. The enlarged detail of a natural texture helps us to focus attention on the details, the shapes and colors. We must keep our thought away from our abstract and simplified idea of water, wood or grass. Here is our collection of textures, designed by students of the sixth grade with colored pencils.