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Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Sliced Fruit Drawings


Here's a sketchbook assignment from a Grade 10 class- they had to draw, from direct observation, any type of fruit which had been sliced in some manner. They could use any medium to draw with but most chose either coloured pencils or pencil. Oranges and apples were the most popular fruits to draw. 
Fruit still life's are such a classic subject matter to draw.



















7 comments:

mrs ackerman said...

I love the variety of fruit and mediums they chose. Thy really came out great!

Miss said...

Thanks Mrs. Akerman!

PLASTIQUEM - Espe said...

Happy summer! We ended the school year and I'm preparing a new course but will begin within a few days vacation and rest. Thank you for your comments and also wish you a good holiday. If you spend a little present for my blog end of year. A big hug and see you soon.

Shelley Whiting said...

Your still lives are simplistic and thoughtful. Lovely and beautiful artwork.

Miss said...

Gracias Plastiquem- enjoy your summer vacation!

Thanks very much, Shelley!

Ch. Stückelberger said...

Very nice.

Chesterbrook Academy Elementary said...

Beautiful results.
The pear is my favorite.

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