Drawing Study: Water Droplets
We will work on making a range of values, shadows, and highlights to create 3D looking water droplets!
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This class is a study on how to create, shade, and effectively make water droplets that appear 3-dimensional. Students will create at least 3 small studies during class. The element of value will be taught along with it's components of highlights and shadows. Students will learn through a guided-demonstration, where they will watch the teacher do a step(s) then complete them on their papers. Class will begin with creating three circles (tracing round objects), marking highlights, and then...
This class is taught in English.
Students will create a range of value from light to dark while erasing highlights and applying extra pressure for shadows.
-White paper -Pencil (regular, HB) -Eraser -Pencil sharpener (I prefer a small handheld one) -Two Q-tips -Coins to trace: 3 different coins/sizes, for example= a quarter, dime, and nickel *not required, but recommended: a dark graphite pencil (lead: 2B)*
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30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Rachel C, Certified Art Teacher PK-12
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
53 total reviews
91 completed classes
Hello parents and students! I love to use a variety of media to keep the creating process fun and exciting. Some of the media we will use are: pencils, markers, crayons, colored pencils, oil and chalk pastels, acrylic paint, watercolors, pen, and...