Bug art lesson

Unleash your inner artist with these fun and educational bug art lessons. Explore different techniques and create beautiful bug-inspired masterpieces that will amaze your friends and family.

Before May 21, 1893, the Sunday Morning comics looked like this.... Black, Gray and White. But after seeing Paris print comics in color in 1892, America decided they wanted to do it too! So we started with the basic colors... THE PRIMARY COLORS! If we wanted green, orange or violet we had to use the primary colors to make the picture "look" green, orange or violet. Roy LIchtenstein is the perfect artist to use when talking about early comic art. Thinking of Him by Roy Lichtenstein Sunrise…

Alex Harrendence
No Corner Suns: Free handout download and lesson for Insects in Li... Breathe Art, Live Art, Sheet Protector, Rule Of Thirds, Torn Paper, Head Shapes, 8th Grade, Drawing Skills, Everyday Objects

If you've been paying attention - I'm pretty sure this is the last of the handout, worksheet, sub lessons I recently found in my files. The "Insects in Line" handout from Ande Cook, sort of goes hand-in-hand with the "Expressive Line" handout from yesterday. Using a similar concept, the handout asks students design insects and really use exciting lines to add detail. I have written up a very short sub lesson that goes with it as well. Enjoy! And Happy Valentine's Day! Here is Ande Cook's…

Michelle East-Create Art with ME