Art 31 -  Straws (Elementary)
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  • 1. Elementary STRAWS
  • 2. Materials •9 x 12 White Drawing Paper •Color pencils •Ruler •Permanent Marker (Black) •Pencil, Eraser and Sharpener
  • 3. Step 1: Marker Lines Begin by drawing two marker lines parallel to each other from top of paper to bottom. Lines should be about ½” apart to look like a “straw”.
  • 4. Marker Lines Continued Do this two more times on each side of middle straw without overlapping or touching. Space evenly apart, again from top edge of paper to bottom edge.
  • 5. Marker Lines Continued Create 5 more straws, this time going behind our first set of straws.
  • 6. Marker Lines Continued Space straws evenly apart to create a balanced image across paper from left to right.
  • 7. Step 2: Pencil Shading Use a regular drawing pencil to begin shading spaces across paper. Spaces can not touch sides. Shade darker at edges and lighter towards center of each space.
  • 8. Pencil Shading Continued Shade evenly across paper in at least 6 spaces, no more than 10.
  • 9. Step 3: Color Pencil Choose one color pencil to begin coloring in some empty spaces. Just as with the regular pencil color lighter towards center and darker towards edges.
  • 10. Color Pencil Continued Complete coloring with first color, making sure edges do not touch. Pick a second color to fill in remaining areas.
  • 11. Step 4: Finish If desired mount finished image on a piece of black construction paper.