You’ve discovered a new bug species. Draw it below. Like all insects, it should have three parts to its body and six legs. Everything else is up to you.
A “horizon line” is where the sky meets the land or water. Use a pencil to draw a horizon line in this frame. Add details of what is happening in the sky and on land or in the water. Add color with crayons.
Look at a piece of clothing you are wearing, and draw its texture using a pencil.
With a pencil, draw a face where one side is happy and one side is sad.
Look at an orange closely. Draw the texture you see on the outside of the peel using a pencil.
Dip a finger in your favorite colored paint and use it to write a word in the space. Once the paint has dried, use markers to add colorful details and doodles around the letters.
Avoid smudges! Keep your book open until the paint has dried.
Draw the object or shape that you found in the scribble in activity 51 – but without the scribble this time.
Make a scribble in this space with a pencil. Look at it from all different angles. Do you see anything in the scribble? An object or a shape? Color in what you see.
Swiss artist Paul Klee said, “A line is a dot that went for a walk.” Use a pencil and try it! Without taking your pencil off the page until you’re done, draw a face in one continuous line.