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King Tut Revisited!

I wanted to do a new and improved version of KING TUT this year with 4th Grade, and this is the result! They worked with thin metal and created texture with repousse techniques as well as color!









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We started with a pre-pencil drawing on white paper, just a warm up.
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I showed them how to blend colors and overlap light and darks.
I encouraged them (bribed?) to please fill in ALL of their background. Realistic or fantasy.
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They were also free to add in creative touches and make the bird and background their own. 
Some looked to warm and cool colors for their inspiration.
Others imagined what could be in the picture with the owl.
Every child's was special.
 Each of them had their own personality.
I loved how they showed a change in value with the oil pastels.
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