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Cityscapes monoprint 3rd grade
Cityscapes monoprint 3rd grade
Cityscapes monoprint 3rd grade
Cityscapes monoprint 3rd grade
Cityscapes monoprint 3rd grade
Cityscapes monoprint 3rd grade
Cityscapes monoprint 3rd grade
Cityscapes monoprint 3rd grade
Cityscapes monoprint 3rd grade
Cityscapes monoprint 3rd grade
Cityscapes monoprint 3rd grade
Cityscapes monoprint 3rd grade
Cityscapes monoprint 3rd grade
Cityscapes monoprint 3rd grade
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Cityscapes monoprint 3rd grade

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Project for 3rd Grade Art Class- can be modified for other grade levels

Project for 3rd Grade Art Class- can be modified for other grade levels

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  • 1. What is a cityscape?
  • 2. Let’s look at some pictures of cityscapes.
  • 3.  A design is drawn in ink or paint on any smooth surface. While the ink or paint is still wet, a piece of paper is laid on top of it (or folded over it) and you press it with your hands. This makes it have a ONE OF A KIND PRINT.
  • 4.  Do you see how the monoprint created a reflection made by the copy it created when it was folded in half?
  • 5.  Step 1: Fold your paper in half. Step 2: Draw a horizon line. Step 3: Draw the skyline of buildings using your ruler! Step 4: Paint the outline of the buildings and the horizon. Step 5: Fold the paper in half and press the paper together to get a PRINT. Step 6: Open your paper and reveal your picture!
  • 6.  Use oil pastels to color in the buildings. Use watercolors to color in the water.

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