Posts Tagged by architecture
|January 21, 2015||Posted by Cristy under Kindergarten|
We looked at this video and made a sketch on newsprint one day, then we looked more closely at some other more complicated castles the following day. I had kids use permanent marker, which I LOVE because of it’s bold black-ness and paint-over-ability and HATE because … well, you know about kinders and permanent. Add some bright liquid watercolors, and Ta-Dah! Two session quickie that integrates shape drawing, creativity and castle awesomeness! Okay – I’m off to scrub the tables some more……
|February 19, 2013||Posted by Cristy under Fifth grade|
What have clapboard, columns, cornices, dormers, dentils, gables, lintels, porticos, pediments, transoms, turrets and widow’s walks, and go by the nickname Painted Ladies? That’s right! Victorian houses! Allison’s uses wet-in-wet and wet-on-dry watercolor technique AND a complimentary color scheme.