Sunday, August 5, 2012

Robots


I used the How to Draw a Robot pages from Blue Tadpole Studio to give the students inspiration for their robot paintings.  I never get tired of seeing the color combinations that kids choose for their art.  Seems like the younger the artist, the more I find myself pleased:)
The steps we used were:
1. Draw robot on scratch paper
2. Draw robot on canvas.
3. Paint Robot.
4. Paint background.
5. Outline Robot parts with black paint pen.
6.  Add white highlight marks with white paint pen.


4 comments:

Becky Lynn said...

I think this is great lesson idea! I can see many ways to modify it for my kids and the materials I have handy. If I end up doing this project I will make sure to link to you from my blog: http://theartapron.blogspot.com/

Poppy Raine said...

What Grade? These are great!

Tisha Smith said...

Hi Poppy, This is my summer art camp and these kids were grades 1-5.

dreampainters said...

These are great, each one is so individual! I've added you to my blogroll, would love you to visit me at Dream Painters :)