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Line drawing exercises: continuous contour, cross contour, wire sculpture, hatching/stippling techniques, and more. Teaching Drawing, Drawing Lessons, Drawing Techniques, Life Drawing, Teaching Art, Drawing Hands, Drawing Skills, Drawing Art, Drawing Tips

Line Drawing: A Guide for Art Students

A collection of drawing exercises, downloadable worksheets and beautiful line drawings: inspiration for the student, artist or teacher.

Kids Artists: Op art line design garlic cloves! Artists For Kids, Art For Kids, Op Art Lessons, 7th Grade Art, Mandala, Background Drawing, Ecole Art, School Art Projects, Elements Of Art

Op art line design 2: garlic cloves!

You need: white drawing sheet A5 size fine marker coloured paper for background Draw little dots on the sheet and link them together with ...

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Op Art Line Design in Pencil

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Tart--Teaching Art with Attitude

Middle Schoolers created a modern coat of arms that had to include 2 types of shading, a paragraph explaining their design, symbols that represented them, a shield, and a motto. Students worked large and were able to incorporate found images, along with many copies of heraldic animals and mottos. We practiced drawing a ribbon or scroll to place their motto on. It was fun to see their personalities represented.