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Re: Contour Line Drawing

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bcloring (bcloring)
Wed, 8 Sep 1999 16:26:32 -0700


I took a class a few years ago...we did blind contours and seeing contours
of the hand...then we used 2" viewfinders and blew up the little space into
an 81/2x11" or whatever space...we used pastels in either complements or
analogous color schemes. They were incredible...have the kids work all
the dust into the paper...not shake or blow it around and the intensity is
really nice.
have the kids pick out the most interesting intersection of line...candace
----- Original Message -----
From: <Artalk1>
To: <artsednet.edu>
Sent: 08 September 1999 13:58 PM
Subject: Contour Line Drawing

> Hello. And thank you for all of your responses!!! I love this site!
>
> My art 1students are starting contour line drawing. I am starting with
the
> BORING hand ( we are using the manual alphabet, sign language and signing
out
> a saying . Each student will be assigned a letter to draw. After the hand
is
> complete I will be having them shift every 10 minutes to different
stations
> around the room where I have still life's set up/ Well, this is great
for
> learning contour. BUT what can I have them do with the contours after
drawing
> them. I thought I would have them choose one station, do a very large
contour
> and THEN WHAT? Any great ideas on contour?Please help. First
> year....ARTALK1