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Art 31 - Bullseye (Elementary)

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  • 1. Elementary BULLSEYE
  • 2. Materials •10” x 10” White Drawing Paper •11” x 11” Black Construction Paper •Set of 12 Color Markers
  • 3. Step 1: Middle Pick one color marker and color a small circle in the middle of paper. Circle should be small, about the size of a penny.
  • 4. Step 2: Outline Choose a new color to outline circle.
  • 5. Outline Continued Continue to alternate between colors making sure that edges touch or slightly overlap.
  • 6. Outline Continued Do not use the same color next to each other.
  • 7. Outline Continued Use each color one time from set.
  • 8. Outline Continued Once each color has been used once begin to repeat colors. This can be done in a pattern or start a new pattern.
  • 9. Step 3: Finish and Frame When circles reach the edges corners of paper will need to be filled in. Use same pattern in each corner to create the illusion that paper is going off edges of paper. When finished mount on black paper and hang.