This high school art lesson is a great beginner to intermediate colored pencil project. It can be taught via distance learning or in the classroom. By breaking up the bottle into manageable shapes, students focus mostly on layering color to create rich glowing tones. It includes EVERYTHING you need, including photo references and video demonstrations to make sure students understand how to create a colored pencil coke bottle drawing with beautiful transparencies and layers of color.
This lesson includes:
A PowerPoint and Google Slides version of demonstration explaining:
•color theory- warm and cool colors
•step by step visual examples showing how to layer colored pencils to create darks, lights and rich hues
•Video demonstration on how to create a value scale in colored pencil
•Video demonstration on how to arrange the composition
•Lots of examples of student work
•Tons of tips and advice
ALSO INCLUDED are:
•PDF with link to the Google Slides presentation and QR code so students can scan and see the presentation and videos from their phones or ipads even if you did not load the lesson to Google Classroom.
•A value scale worksheet that reinforces skills demonstrated in the video.
•A step by step guide to layering colors to render bottle in colored pencil with tips and reminders.
•Viewfinders to help divide and break up the image with all the calculations done.
Photo references to draw from
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