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cool line art... Katie Swenson this is neat...webpage is in italian though.

Texture’s landscapes, possible week 6 final project for cc fine art / drawing.

landscape complementary colors / texture prints

watercolor techniques practice- salt and liftoff. you could do blue or purple. I really like it.

A twist on linear landscapes - define areas with Sharpie

Lines are an excellent starting point for lessons with Kindergarteners.  To begin this line unit, we read the book Lines That Wiggle.   The students used colored tape to make straight lines across their paper.  We talked about horizontal, vertical, diagonal and ziz-zag lines. During the next class period, the students used tempera cakes to paint a variety of lines:  wavy, loopy, dotted, dashed, squiggly, spiral, jagged and more.  Aren’t these lovely and expressive? After the painting ...

Landscape painting. Draw with pencil, trace with sharpies, then paint using only lines.

texture landscape...great for Solvang School

pattern landscapes - could do a more mature version of this with texture rubbings or tight and loose weave patterning to create depth - yr 7-9