Drawing From Still Life
Eighth graders develop observation skills by learning to draw exactly what they see. Explain to students the difference between still life, landscapes, and portraits. They must draw exactly what they see from their view of the still life.
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Classic Still Life Drawing
Provide your young artists with an opportunity to study the masters and their techniques to become skilled at drawing still life. They discuss and view images from artists like Degas and Michelangelo, practice drawing techniques such as...
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