What You’ll Need:
A4 White Paper
A2 White Paper
I showed them Andy Warhol’s work and then got them a mirror to draw themselves in one line without looking at their paper. Then I made 4 copies for the following class so they could colour their portraits with crayon or oil pastel and then with a watercolour wash for the background. To finish they glued all four images together on large format paper. Some completed theirs with a border. Great way to include a colour theory lesson or review, which we did here.
This project is ideal for kids 9 and over, I’ve tried this project with younger kids and it was kind of a mess.