This piece could inspire dozens of new ideas. It could be a classroom project or a travel journal piece or an ongoing journal of your children's drawings of houses that are eventually put into a book or collaged onto a large artwork like this one.
I will finally learn how to draw a nose. No more upside down U's for noses! How to draw a nose from the Front Start out by drawing a head as an oval. Divide the oval into halves and quarters as you see here. The nose.
"This is a collaboration piece. I pre-cut I collected all the buildings and created a childlike background. The background was done on two pieces of pastel paper and colored on top of with oil pastel. I cut and colored trees and shrubs.