Third grade students have continued with skeleton drawing.
Students have been using a continuous line method of drawing the skeleton.
Third graders have been focusing more on the skeleton and less on their drawing as they are building their drawing skills.
This project has required the students to really focus their energy on building their visual and drawing skills.
Here are some examples of the students’ drawings:
Third grade students have been using their new knowledge of contour line and continuous line drawing to create skeleton drawings.
Students have been viewing my full size skeleton named “George” and drawing him.
Everyone has been focusing on the skeleton and trying not to look at their paper as they draw.
The goal of this drawing session was for students to have their pencil move with their eyes while looking at the skeleton’s contour.
This required the third graders to focus and concentrate on their subject.
Students created wonderful drawings for their first attempt at drawing such a large model.
Students worked hard learning and applying new skills to their drawings.
Here are some examples of the students’ work.
Third graders were introduced to contour line drawing recently.
Students were introduced to the idea of drawing the whole shape of what they are seeing by drawing the outline of the shape.
Students first traced the shape of the scissors and the glue bottles to see what it looked like to create a drawing through tracing.
Next students focused on looking at the shape and drawing the outline of the simple objects they viewed.
Students did a great job of learning to see what they were drawing instead of drawing what they think they see.
The third graders completed many drawings of the scissors and glue.
It was wonderful to observe their skills improve and their drawings mature.
It was great to watch the students immerse themselves in the drawing process.