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Native American Indian

Native American Indian

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  • 1. Native American Indian Chief Second Grade
  • 2. Supplies and Explanation Supplies12” x 18” white paper Tempera Paint Watercolor Paint American Indian headdresses were not Oil Pastels as common as we might believe. Only a Scissors few American Indian tribes wore them. There wasText different styles a couple depending on the tribe. No matter the style, each feather was earned by bravery and only worn by men.
  • 3. Drawing an Indian Chief in Profile Step 1Draw a dot in the uppermiddle part of the paper.Draw a nose and a chin. *Hint* The nose resembles acurved, upside down #7.
  • 4. Step 2Starting at the top of the nose, draw a rectangle. Leave some space on the end, you want to save room for feathers.
  • 5. Step 3Draw a circle at the end of the rectangle. Drawfeathers. Remember each feather representsbravery. Notice how manyfeathers my Indians have.
  • 6. Step 4Go back to the face andadd mouth and a neck.
  • 7. Step 5 Draw the shoulders byplacing your pencil on the bottom corner of thepaper and draw a cur vedline up towards the neckand down the other side.
  • 8. Step 6 Add final details. Add atriangle around the eye dot to emphasize the eye. Add decorative elements to the shirt. Add an eyebrow and war paint stripes under eye.
  • 9. Add Color Using oil pastels or paint to color Indians. When finished out line everything with a black oil pastel.
  • 10. Feathers on painted paper Making painted paper is one of many students favorite things to do. You paint paper with 1 color and then add different colors by dripping, painting lines or dots and then add texture by using brushes, texture tools or even forks. When dry, cut out feathers using a tracer and outline with a black oil pastel. We made awesome painted spiders for Halloween and I saved the extra painted paper for this project. Glue feather on top of the head band.
  • 11. Final StepThe last step is to water color the background.
  • 12. Finished Indians
  • 13. My Favorite