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Whether you love it or hate it, portraiture is an important and sometimes required unit for art educators to teach. Here is a realistic drawing approach for teaching portraiture to students in your art classroom. You Need a Drawing Process … Continue reading
This fun lesson plan helps students discover how ellipses change shape based on their relationship to the viewer.
Discover how to make a plan for values before ever touching pencil to paper. This lesson will teach you how to key your values to create beautiful effects in your drawings.
Discover how to manipulate values to create shiny effects.
Discover how to create a 9 step value scale the smart way!