Welcome back to InsideOutTeacher.com, your go-to source for art education and inspiration. Today, we’re diving into the world of drawing and using art worksheets to avoid common mistakes that many beginners make. Drawing is a skill that anyone can develop with practice, and by following the right approach, you can
Category: Beginner Line Drawing
I used to hate teaching perspective drawing to beginners, but this easy one point perspective art project may have changed that. It was great for my beginner high school artists and they had so much fun creating simple but interesting house drawings. It would also work great as a winter
Are you a budding artist eager to explore the world of watercolor and markers? In this high school art lesson, we will guide you through the fascinating technique of negative space drawing using a monochromatic color scheme. Whether you’re a complete beginner or have some artistic experience, this step-by-step tutorial
Get ready to soak up the sun and channel those summer vibes with some easy summer line drawing art lessons! What better way to capture the essence of the season than through beautiful line drawings that embody the warmth and joy of summer? Today, we’ll be taking a deep dive
Are you ready to create a summer art project slash summer-themed masterpiece that’ll make everyone go, “Wowza!”? You’re in luck because I’m about to drop some knowledge bombs on how to combine two super-cool art techniques – Neurodoodles and Typography – to create a one-of-a-kind artwork that screams summer louder
Step 1: Get your Grid on Image showcasing a black and white x-grid with lines intersecting at various points, designed for this Neurographic art easy doodle drawing project First things first, let’s get our drawing game on point. We’ll use the X-grid method of drawing to give our students the
This is may absolute favorite beginner high school art lesson. Middle and high school art students can be their own worst critics. If I had a dollar for every student that came to me saying they “just can’t draw” before we even attempted our first project, I would be rich.