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Op mijn bord: 'School - Tekenen: patronen' staat een kopieer-/inkleur-versie van dit patroon
Tekenen en zo: september 2010 (tumbling blocks als sjabloon)
Tumbling blocks : Kids Artists: september 2010
Kids Artists: grade 3 Op Art
op art - great blog with several op art lessons
Tumbling Blocks. This might be a good project for sewing on the train.
line, shape, architecture...Not sure that this wasn't done by a teenager or teacher or something, but it is a whimsical cut out that reminds me of some of my own work.
Simple Toon Worksheet by Tigrikorn, via Flickr for cartooning
The Longest Line....Make one continuous line and then add shapes and color only the shapes. I believe there is a book by Davis with this assignment (the Line workbook?)
Texture lesson May try this with sharpie (instead of india inks) and smaller paper for little ones.)
What makes this work, besides the tight color relationship in the blues, is the outlining of the multiple layers. This could be a handsome project for very young children if you control the palette when they create the papers.
The Creative Spirit: Op Art Hands That POP!
Op art project (watercolor background, compass + black marker)
Leslie Barron - reminds me of a pagoda. Future Asian art project?