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Lego Self-Portrait: Learn How to Draw Yourself as a Lego Character
In this one-time course, your child will learn how draw him/herself as a Lego character.
I will be teaching your child how to draw themselves as a Lego character. I will show him/her one step at a time on my whiteboard using basic lines and shapes as your child copies that same line and/ or shape onto his/ her own paper. In addition, I will give individual assistance with specifics of the Lego portraits unique to each child such as the hair style and clothing. Once completing each step, students can show me their drawing progress on camera, so I can offer suggestions and help...
Students will practice holding and using their pencils properly and will practice tracing which will benefit their writing skills. In addition they will learn how draw using basic shapes and lines, boosting their confidence in art, and will learn how to use crayons properly.
Homework OfferedThere will be no formal assessment, but students will be encouraged to make additional Lego self-portraits to practice the skills they just learned. However, I would love to see pictures of their finished portraits after class through email via Outschool.
Assessments OfferedThere will be no formal assessment. I will just be visually checking their work between steps and at the end of class.
Your child will need to bring a piece of blank, white paper (copy paper is fine); a wooden pencil with an eraser tip or a pencil with a separate eraser, a black pen or marker, and colored pencils and/or crayons. I recommend bring two sheets in case of mistakes as well as an extra pencil in as the first one breaks. I do not recommend using mechanical pencils as they tend to scratch paper.
Outschool is neither affiliated with, nor sponsored by, nor endorsed by the LEGO Group, owner of the LEGO® and LEGO® logo marks.
Meet the teacher
Hello, I’m Miss Jenny! I have a Bachelor of Arts in Visual Arts Education and a teaching license from the state of Indiana. I’ve been an professional educator since 2008. In addition to teaching art for grades k-12, I have been a substitute...
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