Sports Cut-Outs    Getting Started
STEP # 1-CHOOSE A PIC  Find a picture of anathlete in action  You don’t have to dothe entire picture, youcan crop the image
STEP #2-DRAW THE ATHLETE  Begin to draw theimage on a 12” x 18”piece of newsprint.  Draw the large areasof the image, don’...
STEP #2-DRAW THE ATHLETE  Begin to draw theimage on a 12” x 18”piece of newsprint.  Draw the large areasof the image, don’...
STEP #2-DRAW THE ATHLETE  Begin to draw theimage on a 12” x 18”piece of newsprint.  Draw the large areasof the image, don’...
STEP #3- CHOOSE BACKGROUND  Choose a backgroundcolor.  Either the color that isseen the most or a coloryou think will look...
STEP #3- CHOOSE BACKGROUND  Choose a backgroundcolor.  Either the color that isseen the most or a coloryou think will look...
STEP #4- GET PAPER  Get construction paperof the colors you thinkyou will need.  If it’s a small part of theimage, look fo...
STEP #5-CUT OUT AND TRACE  Cut out parts of thedrawing that will be thesame color in thepicture.  Use this as a stenciland...
STEP #5-CUT OUT AND TRACE   Flip your drawing overbefore you trace it. Thatway the side you want toshow wont have pencilli...
STEP #5-CUT OUT AND TRACE  Begin to lay out thecut out pieces on thebackground.   Think about piecesthat overlap rathertha...
STEP #5-CUT OUT AND TRACE  Begin to lay out thecut out pieces on thebackground.   Think about piecesthat overlap rathertha...
STEP #6-SMALL DETAILS  After the large areasare put together, thinkabout the smallerdetails  Again, think aboutusing scraps
DON,T GLUE UNTILL.....  Don’t glue untill youknow things fit together  Glue background firstand then overlap pieces Foregrou...
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    1. 1. Sports Cut-Outs Getting Started
    2. 2. STEP # 1-CHOOSE A PIC Find a picture of anathlete in action You don’t have to dothe entire picture, youcan crop the image
    3. 3. STEP #2-DRAW THE ATHLETE Begin to draw theimage on a 12” x 18”piece of newsprint. Draw the large areasof the image, don’tworry about smalldetails right now.
    4. 4. STEP #2-DRAW THE ATHLETE Begin to draw theimage on a 12” x 18”piece of newsprint. Draw the large areasof the image, don’tworry about smalldetails right now.
    5. 5. STEP #2-DRAW THE ATHLETE Begin to draw theimage on a 12” x 18”piece of newsprint. Draw the large areasof the image, don’tworry about smalldetails right now.
    6. 6. STEP #3- CHOOSE BACKGROUND Choose a backgroundcolor. Either the color that isseen the most or a coloryou think will look good The background paperis the same size as thenewsprint
    7. 7. STEP #3- CHOOSE BACKGROUND Choose a backgroundcolor. Either the color that isseen the most or a coloryou think will look good The background paperis the same size as thenewsprint
    8. 8. STEP #4- GET PAPER Get construction paperof the colors you thinkyou will need. If it’s a small part of theimage, look for somescrap paper to use.Otherwise get newpieces
    9. 9. STEP #5-CUT OUT AND TRACE Cut out parts of thedrawing that will be thesame color in thepicture. Use this as a stenciland trace it out of thecolor you want.
    10. 10. STEP #5-CUT OUT AND TRACE Flip your drawing overbefore you trace it. Thatway the side you want toshow wont have pencillines showing. Think about putting thestencil at the edge of thepaper when you trace.
    11. 11. STEP #5-CUT OUT AND TRACE Begin to lay out thecut out pieces on thebackground. Think about piecesthat overlap ratherthan put it togetherlike a puzzle
    12. 12. STEP #5-CUT OUT AND TRACE Begin to lay out thecut out pieces on thebackground. Think about piecesthat overlap ratherthan put it togetherlike a puzzle
    13. 13. STEP #6-SMALL DETAILS After the large areasare put together, thinkabout the smallerdetails Again, think aboutusing scraps
    14. 14. DON,T GLUE UNTILL..... Don’t glue untill youknow things fit together Glue background firstand then overlap pieces Foreground last

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