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Friday, February 19, 2021

Underwater Scratch Art using Oil Pastels

Here's a classic art lesson that's been taught by art teachers for decades: diy scratch art.
Grade 4 students drew an underwater scene on cardstock. \they outlined the pencil lines with a thick sharpie. Then they coloured in everything using light coloured oil pastels. The colours need to be light!!

Then cover it with a coat of black tempera and let dry. Use a wooden stylus to scratch out designs all over the picture. These look so cool when finished!!


1 comment:

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