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Drawing Exercise - Exquisite Corpse Sketches

Drawing Exercise - Exquisite Corpse Sketches

Face in Adobe Illustrator exercise - student work from MCC Digital Drawing class with Susan Sieber

Face in Adobe Illustrator exercise - student work from MCC Digital Drawing class with Susan Sieber

Ms Maggie Mo's 4th grade Art Book page of Elements & Principles 5-minute exercises. Other pages include: color wheel, Monart Drawing exercises, and info/coloring pages relating to art units. Students work in Art Book if they finish artwork early; also class takes Art Books out into the hall to work quietly while teacher puts up/takes down artwork.

Ms Maggie Mo's 4th grade Art Book page of Elements & Principles 5-minute exercises. Other pages include: color wheel, Monart Drawing exercises, and info/coloring pages relating to art units. Students work in Art Book if they finish artwork early; also class takes Art Books out into the hall to work quietly while teacher puts up/takes down artwork.

Face in Adobe Illustrator exercise - student work from MCC Digital Drawing class with Susan Sieber

Face in Adobe Illustrator exercise - student work from MCC Digital Drawing class with Susan Sieber

Face in Adobe Illustrator exercise - student work from MCC Digital Drawing class with Susan Sieber

Face in Adobe Illustrator exercise - student work from MCC Digital Drawing class with Susan Sieber

Face in Adobe Illustrator exercise - student work from MCC Digital Drawing class with Susan Sieber

Face in Adobe Illustrator exercise - student work from MCC Digital Drawing class with Susan Sieber

1. Drawing I, Contour Line. Link also to intro drawing University course student examples

1. Drawing I, Contour Line. Link also to intro drawing University course student examples

This wire drawing exercise – ‘using line to create space’ – is completed by students within a 3D Art class, working over photographic portraits. Having a base image to work from (this could also be an earlier observational drawing) makes the process of transferring from two-dimensional to three-dimensional much easier.

This wire drawing exercise – ‘using line to create space’ – is completed by students within a 3D Art class, working over photographic portraits. Having a base image to work from (this could also be an earlier observational drawing) makes the process of transferring from two-dimensional to three-dimensional much easier.

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