Trace the hand in pencil. With a marker, draw a straight line until you get to the hand. Then make a curve from one line to the next, then continue the straight line. Hands Tracing, Fun Activities, Optical Illusions, Straight Line, Op Art, Illusions Hands, Art Projects, Hands Art, 3D Hands
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Doesn't it look like the hand is 3D on the paper? All you need are markers and a piece of paper to create this optical illusion.
How to Draw a 3D Hand via visualartsmarianistas: Trace your hand with a pencil. Then, with a marker draw a straight line from one side of the paper to the other, making an arch when you reach the hand outline and then continuing the straight line to the other side of the paper. Original source unknown. #Drawing #3D_Hand #Optical_Illusion
This could be a neat project to do with almost any age. It's super simple to do; after tracing your hand, make a curved line connecting the two sides of your trace, make the outer lines straight. Could be a neat project to start about talk about 3-D Art! Very Cool! :) Jade Lins
As set of hugely popular "great artists" related kids' projects that you can do at home or in the class room. More to come soon!
Doing this now but with a twist... handprints on the first day of school beginning now (preschool) until they graduate. How cool to ring them together and see how they grow!! Will do the "kissing hands" though, great idea for the kids to carry with them...as long as they're not "too cool"!
W - Watercolor Weaving, make two identical pictures (draw outline with colorful permanent markers on watercolor paper, then paint with watercolor), once dry, cut one picture into horizontal strips and the other into vertical strips, weave pictures together and secure edges with glue