Now that we all know what a habitat is and have them painted and ready for their occupants, it's time to draw out the animals that are going to live in these habitats!
For this part the Picassos drew their animals on a piece of white paper and painted them in. They cut them out and stuck them into place. Of course they could choose to draw one animal or several and position across the piece.
Voila! Gorgeous animals in their habitats!
I'm so proud of these young artists because a lot of factors came into play. They had to make decisions about composition, they also had to mix colours and of course focus on perspective to make their animals look in proportion to their habitat. Congrats Picassos! Job well done :)
For the other parts of this lesson see below
Be a fly on the wall in our art room! Take a look at what we do, how we do it and the smiles that I get to see week after week :)