We began todays meeting with a quick drawing of one of the girls toy trains..i put the train on an angle...
Yuval enjoyed drawing the train being a toy with a happy smile on its front but i noticed she found it understandably difficult to understand the 3 dimensions of this complicated shape as it is not a simple cylinder or box...she did though notice all the details on the train and drew a very nice line drawing.

And then continuing from last week, i put two onions in front of her and asked her to draw their outline and colour them with just dots...and she did a great job!!! We stood back and saw on the red onion how the blue dots merged with the red ones and created a dark purple colour..she seemed happy that this whole pointislism theory worked!

back tomorrow to Blogworld :)

happy Tuesday!

11 Comments:

  1. cruststation said...
    I love both Yuval's drawings, that pointillism piece is such an achievement and so beautiful!
    Marieke said...
    It does work! :-) Lovely x
    risa said...
    that red onion is fabulous
    lore y rorro said...
    Felicidades
    stephanie s said...
    oh my god, i think it is so utterly fantastic that the front is draawn as the side of the train. i LOVE it. i also realize that it was borne out of not quite understanding but that is how new solutions develop in response to difficult problems. so great.
    Wendy said...
    Lovely drawings.
    maditi said...
    I suppose the train drawing was inspired by "thomas & friends" ;)
    good job!!
    AnastasiaC said...
    wonderful art lessons - love the smiling train!
    the Cezanne inspird art lesson sounds like fun! bet she enjoyed the dot effect!
    bugheart said...
    that last
    pointillism
    piece
    is amazing...
    you must be
    so proud!
    :)
    shari said...
    a great lesson. love the pointilism piece. xo
    amisha said...
    the trains and onions are amazing... love the pointillism! xo

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