Animal Art: Crow Charcoal Drawing
In this one-time art class, students will learn to draw a realistic crow bird using charcoal.
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In this one-time drawing course, students will learn how to sketch a realistic portrait of a crow bird (full body), using charcoal. Please note that if students do want to use charcoal, they are welcome to use pencil instead. What will students learn? 1. Students will learn techniques for sketching a proportionate contour drawing (outline) of a crow. 2. Students will learn techniques for smooth blending, gradient blending, and adding contrast using charcoal. 3. Students will learn...
What will students learn? 1. Students will learn techniques for sketching a proportionate contour drawing (outline) of a crow. 2. Students will learn techniques for smooth blending, gradient blending, and adding contrast using charcoal. 3. Students will learn techniques for drawing realistic feathers using charcoal. 4. Students will learn techniques for adding highlights to black feathers using charcoal and an eraser. 5. Students will learn a few facts about crows.
Because of how detailed these drawings are, there is a good chance students will need to finish sketches outside of the designated class time.
1 file available upon enrollment***Please note that while I will be using charcoal, students may opt to use pencil instead if they prefer. -Paper -Everyday pencil or drawing pencils -Everyday eraser and/or kneaded eraser -Blending tool (blending stumps, tissue, Q-tips, or you can just use your fingers if you don't have any of the previously listed supplies) -Charcoal (this could include black and white charcoal pencils, compressed charcoal sticks, or willow charcoal) -Something to wipe your hands off with (charcoal can be messy!)
Students will be assessed throughout class and at the end of class through questions and/or sharing of drawings.
1 hour 20 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Please be aware that this course uses materials that may be harmful to your student if used inappropriately. If you think your student may use any class materials inappropriately and/or potentially cause harm, please provide adult supervision for your student.
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Welcome to my teacher page! My name is Torri McCarrey, and I am very passionate about teaching visual arts and core curriculum. My core curriculum courses often use an art integration approach to learning (e.g., drawing your own monster using...