Are you tired of the endless search for the perfect reference images for your high school art classes? Do you find yourself answering the same questions repeatedly, like ‘What do I do next?’ It’s time to put an end to the frustration!
Introducing this Drawing Glass on Black Paper with White Colored Pencil Art Project—a comprehensive solution designed specifically for you. It’s time to put those frustrations aside because this lesson has got your back. It includes everything you need to teach reverse value drawing and shading to your high school art classes.
Say goodbye to the stress of planning each step on your own. With the easy-to-access step-by-step format, you’ll feel like you have an extra teacher in the room. This allows you to spend more quality teaching moments with your students, nurturing their artistic growth and fostering a deeper connection.
Included in this Drawing Glass on Black Paper with White Colored Pencil Art Project:
✅ 30 Gridded and Non-Gridded Reference Images of Glass
✅ Comprehensive Rubric
✅ 19 Slide Editable Canva Slideshow
✅ 2 Video Demonstrations for Students
✅ Teacher Instructions
This Resource Package is a TIME-SAVING GAME CHANGER ⏰
❤️ The materials are all organized in one place to use year after year.
❤️ Materials students can refer back to when the teacher is busy or unavailable
❤️ Clear step-by-step instructions explain how to complete the Drawing Glass Lesson with lots of visual examples are easy to use.
❤️ TIME-SAVING video demonstrations are great for when students are absent and need a review.
❤️ Great for multiple ability levels and builds student confidence in art
See the lesson in action
Don’t just take my word for it – art teachers everywhere are raving about the Drawing Glass lesson! Here’s what they have to say:
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “All Inside Out Art Teachers’ lessons are perfect and easy to use; this one really got my students excited and working hard! Their final projects were really awesome.” – Art Teacher, Shannon G.
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “Extremely satisfied This is such a wonderful project. The results of glass using white pencil on black paper are always striking.” – Art Teacher, Angela G.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
❓ What level of ability is this drawing glass lesson suitable for?
This lesson can be used with beginner or advanced artists; however, they should have experience shading simpler shapes prior to this lesson. This project usually follows these introduction lessons on shading:
❓ Can this lesson be used virtually and in the classroom?
Yes, this Shading Glass lesson is compatible with a variety of instructional methods. Whether you use interactive whiteboards, projectors, or personal devices, you can seamlessly incorporate the lesson materials into your classroom setup.
Enjoy the freedom to choose the approach that works best for you and your students. The lesson materials are easily accessible on your preferred device, making it effortless to integrate them into your virtual or in-classroom teaching practice.
❓ What materials will my students need to complete this project?
This cost-effective project only requires:
✅ White colored pencil (any brand will work). You can substitute white charcoal, but the application technique will be slightly different.
✅ Black drawing paper or construction paper
✅ Pencil and sharpener
Looking for a quick and easy solution to enhance your art lessons?
Need a comprehensive drawing and shading lesson bundle that caters to both beginners and advanced artists? Look no further! White Colored Pencil on Black Paper Value Drawing Bundle is designed to make drawing and shading accessible, enjoyable, and engaging for everyone.
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