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value scale and shading

At the end of last year, I was **really** inspired by the line shading projects Mr.

Lessons and Projects for Young Artists Part 2 « Kirk's Kid Stuff Blog

Lessons and Projects for Young Artists Part 2

In a previous post, I outlined a simple art lesson/project for younger kids. Here’s one for kids that are a little bit older. I did this exercise for the first time when I was fourteen or fif…

8th grade art projects | Found on arteascuola-miriampaternoster.blogspot.com

colored the scrolls with colored pencils: a darker tone for the shaded area, a lighter color for the highlight areas and a white pencil for the most enlightened, using different pressures to create a gradient and values.

art project ideas 4th grade | Art With Mr. E: Line Design w/Shading - 4th Grade

I loved doing this in art class. Art With Mr. E: Line Design w/Shading - Grade Very cool, fun art shading project from Art With Mr. he's an elementary art specialist. Try this with your kids (but I think grown ups would enjoy this too).

Tonal studies

free line drawing worksheet - printable teacher resources from the Student Art Guide. This would be a great worksheet on shapes and forms! How to use shading to create form.

One of the most organized high school art curriculums I have seen online.  Excellent resource!

One of the most organized high school art curriculums I have seen online. Excellent resource for advanced art club

Submission #4 Valua: A simple sample of value Scale Source: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/229542912231102691/

element value. the value is represented by the shading of the darkness in the picture compared to the lighting from the center

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