My seven year old son’s second art lesson was an extention on the human figure this time looking at perspectives and facial features.
The task was to have a central figure in movement with others in the background showing the depth in perception for the viewer.
Students applied the moving human figure from last week. The human stick figure had to be in some sort of action. The teacher had them use pains in solid color because of another model painting, (which I didn’t get the name of because I was in another room knitting and talking to another mom).
Another perspective lesson was to get the eyes, nose and mouth in the proper places of the face. Figures further away in perspective were faceless.