What does a raindrop look like when it hits a puddle?
Turn your sketchbook or paper upside down and, with a pencil, draw a person with their arms up. Then turn the book right side up again and add a floor to make the person be doing a handstand.
Pick a pencil that’s the same color as your eyes. Without taking your eyes off the page, draw the movement of your eyes as you look around you – you’re taking your eyes for a walk!
Do a scribble drawing. Use black marker to draw something made entirely of squiggly, swirly, messy lines.
Look around you. Write down five things you see that have straight lines and five things that are curved.
- (straight) …. (curved)…
Fill in the peacock’s tail. You could find a picture and copy it so it is realistic, or you could make it up and use unexpected colors and patterns.
It’s time for dinner. Draw your favorite meal on this plate.
Draw a circle on your paper, fancy or plain, then add your dinner favs.