Monochromatic/Tint and Shade Painting
Glowing Evergreens tints/shades gr3
10 min Value Landscapes: Art With Mr Hall
Art With Mr Hall: 10 min Value Landscapes
Miss Young's Art Room: 4th Grade Value Snowy Landscapes
Art Inspired / Starting With A Grid
Tints and shades with silhouette
Clippings from the Studio Floor
Tints and Shades with a Cherry On Top Elementary Art Lesson Idea Bulletin Board with a Paint Chip Border
Tints and Shades
Tints and Shades with a Cherry on Top! | Mrs. Bearden's Art Room
This is a shades and tints painting lesson. Students will draw layers of ground and mountains, plus one tree and one sun, onto a 12'' sq. piece of bogus paper. Outline with black sharpies. Define the terms ''shades'' and ''tints'', have students pick 2 colors, and start painting.. Begin at the bottom and work their way up---leave the sky for last. When everything is painted, redraw the black lines- this time adding hatching and texture lines. They have to actually mix the shades and tints.
love this tint and shade lesson!
value lesson..give each group paint chips to copy-maybe have different set of hues at each group & let them rotate (or a tray of paints and brushes to rotate) come back to their table to paint in contrasting background. Could be fun-they'd have to rotate as a group-draw the leaves 1st in pencil, outline in white oil pastel or crayon
Monochromatic painting, grade 5, Perry Browne Int. School