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Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Artsy Armadillo

Armadillos are very interesting creatures. Since we are lucky enough to have them live in Texas among us, we are going to study and draw them in our class. 

Doing a little research...
SanDiego Zoo Armadillo Facts

Disney Fun Clip on Armadillos


Practice makes Perfect
Mrs. Johnson's 1st grade

Kinder Art practiced lightly drawing their armadillos step by step using the instructions below. 
After pencil, students worked on emphasizing light pencil lines with dark mArker outline. 

Construction Paper Armadillo-
Using construction paper crayons. 

Mrs. Zarella's K-Art

Max, kinderArt in Mrs. Ayers' class
Mrs. Groth/Simbles' 1st grade class
Ellie, Anonymous, Jamie, Peyton
Payton, Gabriella, Luke & Kaden
Mrs. McGinley's 1st grade
Chau, Meagan, Gage & Alyssa
Mrs. Johnson's 1st grade
Ashton, Heidi, Cris & Jackson
Samuel, Tori, Katie, Melik & Bryan
Mrs. Kolon's kinder class
Kylie, Angie, Aiden, 
Maci, Justin & Zaina
Molly, Scarlette & Lucas
Ciara, anonymous, 
Caleb, Katelyn & Maddison
Mrs. BAylor's kinder class
Kana, Dustin, Tre & Chloe

-Add contrast with the neutral crayons. Use white to add highlights and darker neutrals to add shadows. 
Contrast: dark darks with light lights. 
-Add texture and pattern to empty spots. 

1st grade-
Cool Armadillo

Mrs. Burke's Class
Rainbow Dillo
How to Draw an Armadillo in 8 steps

Two steps with "taco" shells...

Details and tails

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