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4th - Nutcrackers. I showed my 4th graders how to draw the simple shapes that make up the nutcrackers. Then I asked them to decorate the nutcrackers they drew by adding their own details. We talked about the element of design, value and how it makes things in art work look real. I showed them techniques that they could use with oil pastels to create value in their art work.

This was a fun and easy lesson I did with my 1st grade class.  I think that oil pastels are my new favorite material.  I love the way they blend and mix together.  I allowed the students to make their own types of backgrounds.  Hint:  WORK LIGHT TO DARK!  I used yellow/orange pastel first and traced the inside left sides of the ovals on the left.  Then I traced the inside right of the ovals on the right.  Then I colored all the ovals orange.  Finally I used a red/orange pasted and traced…

Stranger Things… God, I really, really fell in love with this show and i had to make a little drawing of it. Its story kept me on the edge of my chair on many occasions and the songs, costumes, places and characters they really make you travel in...

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Colorful Everyday Scenes Illustrated on Vintage Sheet Music by ‘People Too’ (Colossal)

Colorful Everyday Scenes Illustrated on Vintage Sheet Music by ‘People Too’

Home Sweet Home - The Chriselle Factor: I also love this texture painting from Z Gallerie. Hanging your paintings high is a great way to add height to a room!