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2nd Grade Self Portraits

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Elizabeth Heaton

on 1 February 2013

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Transcript of 2nd Grade Self Portraits

What is a Self Portrait? A portrait an artist makes using himself or herself as its subject.

Self-Portraits are usually drawn or painted from a reflection in a mirror. Vincent van Gogh Elisabeth Vigee-Lebrun Daisy Giles Objective: Create a Self-Portrait Procedure: 1. Lightly trace an oval in the center of your paper with pencil.

2. Draw two curved lines to create your neck.

3. Draw your shoulders and add clothing that you would wear on a cold winter day.

*Do not add color What is a Self Portrait? A portrait an artist makes using himself or herself as its subject.

Self-Portraits are usually drawn or painted from a reflection in a mirror. Vincent van Gogh Elisabeth Vigee-Lebrun Daisy Giles Objective: Create a Self-Portrait Procedure: 1. Lightly trace an oval in the center of your paper with pencil.
2. Draw two curved lines to create your neck.
3. Draw your shoulders and add clothing that you would wear on a cold winter day.
4. In pencil, lightly draw the eyes and eyebrows.
-Shape
-Iris (Colorful part)
-Pupil (black part)
-Lashes*
5. Lightly sketch your hair. Consider the length, the shape it makes near your face, and the shape around your head. What is a Self Portrait? A portrait an artist makes using himself or herself as its subject.

Self-Portraits are usually drawn or painted from a reflection in a mirror. Vincent van Gogh Elisabeth Vigee-Lebrun Daisy Giles Objective: Create a Self-Portrait Performance:
4. In pencil, lightly draw the eyes and eyebrows.
-Shape
-Iris (Colorful part)
-Pupil (black part)
-Eyelids and Lashes*
5. Lightly sketch your hair. Consider the length, the shape it makes near your face, and the shape around your head.
6. Draw your nose. Focus on the curves underneath and on the sides.
7. Draw your mouth. Do you have thin lips? Curvy lips? Small lips?
8. Draw your ears, if they can be seen. Objective: Create a Self-Portrait Performance:
5. Lightly sketch your hair. Consider the length, the shape it makes near your face, and the shape around your head.
6. Draw your nose. Focus on the curves underneath and on the sides.
7. Draw your mouth. Do you have thin lips? Curvy lips? Small lips?
8. Draw your ears, if they can be seen.
9. Select your skin color. Outline around your eyes and hair and fill in. Go over your nose, eyebrows, ears, and mouth.
10. Paint your clothing.
11. Paint your hair and face.


9. Select your skin color. Outline around your eyes and hair and fill in. Go over
your nose, eyebrows, ears, and mouth.

10. Paint your clothing.

11. Paint your hair and face.

12. Cut your self-portrait out and glue it to a background. Use white paint and a
doily to create snow.

13. Use colored pencil to create shadows around the nose, between the lips, under
the chin, in the ears, etc.

14. Use colored pencils to add details to your clothes, freckles, beauty marks, etc. Objective: Create a Self-Portrait Procedure:


10. Paint your clothing.

11. Paint your hair and face.

12. Cut your self-portrait out and glue it to a background. Use white paint and a
doily to create snow.

13. Use colored pencil to create shadows around the nose, between the lips, under
the chin, in the ears, etc.

14. Use colored pencils to add details to your clothes, freckles, beauty marks, etc.

15. Mount your artwork onto black paper. In white pencil, write:
Artist: Title:

16. Work in your sketchbook. Create a self-portrait of you doing your favorite activity. Objective: Create a Self-Portrait
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