|The ever present color wheel exercise. Actually, I don't|
mean to be picky but, of course, I am. The blue on this worksheet
is a cerulean blue; it should be a cobalt blue in order for the
colors to be mixed properly for a color wheel exercise.
|I've never met an art teacher who didn't begin a two dimentional|
art project by assigning a two point perspective worksheet like
|This line worksheet is a bit young for ninth graders.|
Students in this age group can easily be made to feel as though
they are being patronized. Don't dumb down agenda too much.
|Students in this ninth grade design course were|
encouraged to draw thumbnails of their own ideas
for a larger project. This is an excellent way to promote
mapping and planning of a design concept.
|These were the preliminary thumbnail sketches for the|
black and white ink drawing below.
|This shading exercise is relatively standard and sometimes|
a worksheet with three dimensional objects is assigned
as well. Below is an example of the 3-D object examples.
|I needed a one point perspective worksheet like this one|
for a fifth grade art project during my student teaching
at an elementary school once. Next
time I will try to remember that I have it on file!