The different shades of blue help define the different hills in the picture.

By having different shades of blue, it shows the depth of the art work. Each shade represents a new layer. As the shades get lighter the distance gets further


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Landscapes in tonal gradation, I would have each student do the same type of landscape for simplicity (city or mountains)

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The New Hope Art Gallery: Middle School Art: Tint and Shade Landscapes

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Struggling with teaching one-point perspective? This drawing lesson is super easy and offers lots of opportunity for your students to be creative and expressive.

Profª Rafa não existe 1 maneira só de desenhar uma árvore... cada qual tem seu olhar sobre o mundo...

Profª Rafa não existe 1 maneira só de desenhar uma árvore... cada qual tem seu olhar sobre o mundo...

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A great way to teach value.  A white highlight that gradually tints into a color as it expands from the subject.

A great way to teach value. A white highlight that gradually tints into a color as it expands from the subject.

STILL LIFE RULES #EasyNip

STILL LIFE RULES #EasyNip

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