Monster Drawing Steps
This monster uses oil pastels and watercolors to make a kind, colorful, bumpy monster.
Monster with a Shaggy Texture
Monster Drawing with a Furry Texture
- Have you ever tried having students experiment with art media?
- What art supplies do you have on hand that would be good for creating textures?
Looking for Texture Ideas?
Making Texture Plates:
- Texture Rubbing Idea: File Folder Texture Plate
- Making Texture Plates from Paper Punches
- Texture Plate for Monster Drawing
Texture Blog Posts
- Artist Trading Cards with Monsters & Textures
- Monster Drawing with Textures and Adjectives
- Contrasting Colors Monster Texture Rubbing
- Textures in Watercolor: Monster & Contrasting Colors
- Turkey Drawing Easy Thanksgiving Art Project
- Op Art Coloring with Mess-Free Techniques!
- Descriptive Words in Art with Kids
- Shamrock Coloring Pages with Mixed Media
- Picasso Art Project Technique
The Benefits of Drawing
Use this infographic to display in your room or share with parents, administrators, or other teachers as a way to point out some of the academic benefits of learning to draw. While they are not the only reason for using drawing as part of a balanced curriculum, they are certainly worthy of celebrating and may help you advocate for including drawing as part of your art or classroom learning experiences.
You can read more about The Benefits of Drawing in this blog post.
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