Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Teen Drawing Winter/Spring 2018

These students are ages 12 and up and are really great at drawing and being creative.  Take a look at these amazing projects that they have done!

Chinese Dragons
Using Prismacolor pencils on black paper, these dragons turned out awesome!  Great job art kids!

By Danielle, age 15

By Kayla, age 13

By Ainslee, age 13

By Taitum, age 12

By Trevor, age 14

By Cameron, age 13


Animal Silhouettes
A great way to learn contour drawing is to draw a silhouette.  These are not traced but hand drawn while looking at animal photographs.  Then the students put the habitat of the animal or a predator/prey story inside the silhouette.  They turned out to be very nice illustrations!  We used different sized Micron and Sharpie pens.

By Ainslee, age 13

By Cameron, age 13

By Trevor, age 14

By Ben, age 15
By Abby, age 12

By Kayla, age 13

By Danielle, age 15

By Taitum, age 12
Still Life in Graphite Pencil
The kids learned how to set up a still life with good composition.  Then we used some different hardness of graphite pencils for contour drawing and shading.


By Taitum, age 12

By Dylan, age 15

By Ainslee, age 13

By Kayla, age 13

By Cameron, age 13

Insects on Book Papers
Using Illustration brush tip markers, the students drew insects or birds on these old book papers that we glued onto a canvas. 

By Trevor, age 14

By Dylan, age 15

By Kayla, age 13

By Taitum, age 12

By Ben, age 15


By Danielle, age 15

By Cameron, age 13

By Ainslee, age 13

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