Rainbow Skies & Dragonflies: Monochromatic Skies - 5th Grade
The New Hope Art Gallery: Middle School Art: Tint and Shade Landscapes. Repinned by Elizabeth VanBuskirk. Try this with Andean mountain landscapes? Many possibilities.
Example is computer generated & takes 10 min. but can be done in paint: tints and shades of one color, complement for the sky, then a silhouette drawn in black Sharpie or cut black paper.
10 min Value Landscapes: Art With Mr Hall
Art With Mr Hall: 10 min Value Landscapes
Another great idea for teaching value using shades and tints. The original poster of this project, art teacher Jessica Young, gives a great explanation of the steps and tips she used with her fourth-grade students. 4th grade art lessons, art ideas for teachers, young art, snowi landscap, tints and shades art, 4th grade art projects, art 4th grade, art teacher ideas, art rooms
Miss Young's Art Room: 4th Grade Value Snowy Landscapes
Art Inspired / Starting With A Grid
A great way to teach value. A white highlight that gradually tints into a color as it expands from the subject.
Mrs. Art Teacher!: the value of value (and gradation) part 1
Tints and shades with silhouette
Clippings from the Studio Floor
Monochromatic by Tricia Fuglestad. This student-made movie introduces monochromatic painting as a one-color painting with tints and shades of that one color to create contrast.
Love this tints and shades landscape
Tints and Shades with a Cherry On Top Elementary Art Lesson Idea Bulletin Board with a Paint Chip Border. Which is good, because I think Home Depot isn't on to me yet, even though I've taken basically their entire wall of paint chips. cherri, art lessons, craft idea, color wheels, elementary art lesson ideas, project ideas, art projects, art rooms, 2nd grade
Tints and Shades with a Cherry On Top Elementary Art Lesson Idea Bulletin Board with a Paint Chip Border
Tints and Shades
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. draw, tree, art lesson, art dish, color black, landscap shade, fifth grade, blog, art projects
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 idea, art project, art blog, autumn leaves, art lesson, colors, art class, paint, oil pastels
Tints and shades Moon & tree
Fine Lines: 3rd Grade Ghost-Eye Trees
Monochromatic painting, grade 5, Perry Browne Int. School