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This lesson was inspired by an Artsonia project I LOVED on Pinterest. I knew that the boys in my 5th grade class were not going to go for the traditional valentine project this year, so adding a heart to an Op-Art hand drawing seemed like the perfect compromise! I’ve done this project a few times now, and some of my 5th, 6th and 7th graders have struggled with it a bit. So, through trial and error I came up with a slightly different approach than the directions I first found via Pinterest.
I think it’s easier this way…. try it and let me know what you think! Materials: Paper Pencil Black (UF) Sharpie Directions: 1. Very lightly trace your hand with pencil, then draw a heart in the open space between your thumb and first finger. 2. Now, put your pencil away! You’ll be using Sharpie only for the rest of your drawing. 3. First, cover your wrist and hand with curved lines.
Start about an inch from the bottom, and draw curved lines from one side of your wrist to the other. Keep them as close together as you can. The wrist is a great section to practice on, to get the feel for drawing the curved lines. You can go back and finish the wrist after you get the hang of it. 4. Now, work your way up the hand and out each individual finger, covering the whole hand with curved lines packed closely together.
The more curved you make your lines, and the closer together they are, the better 3D effect you’ll get! 5. Then, cover the heart with curved lines, just like you did for the hand. 6. Next, fill in all the open spaces with lines that are parallel to the top and bottom edges of your paper. Wherever possible, try to make these straight lines connect with the curved lines you drew. Turn your paper any way you need to as you draw so that your drawing feels comfortable and natural.
7. Finally, erase your original pencil lines, which should be no problem because you drew them so lightly, right??! 8. Add some color, if you want. Voila! A valentine even a 5th grade boy can be proud of!
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Posted on August 9, 2013 by thefrugalcrafter Hey parents, this project will keep the kids busy for a while: You will need: A ruler, markers, a pencil and a piece of typing paper. Here is what you do, trace a shape on the typing paper using a pencil. You can trace your hand (now that’s handy!) or a dish, stencil or anything you can find, simple shapes are best though! Then use a ruler and a marker to make a line across your paper parallel to the bottom of your paper.
Draw the line up to the edge of your shape but don’t draw through the shape, then draw from the other side of the shape to the other edge of the paper. You have a gap in the marker line in the middle of the shape. Draw an arched line (like a rainbow) within the shape connecting the first 2 lines you made. Now using this line as a guide fill in the paper with stripes in the same manner. This will take a while, your eyes might cross and I had to take an aspirin when I was done because my head was spinning a bit.
But the big payoff is when you lay the paper on the table flat and look at it from a distance, it looks like the shape is raised off the paper. Cool! One of my daughters said it looked like the hand was under a blanket. The paper is flat but we created an illusion, a-la-peanut-better-sandwich! You are a crafty magician! Have fun with this project and til next time happy crafting! Advertisements Filed under: Crafts 4 Kids | Tagged: art classroom projects, art lesson, childrens art project, cross curriculum art math, ideas for classroom art, math and art crossover project, op art, optical illusion, project for kids |
Title: Op Art For Kids