Gentle eye drawings are designed to encourage students to look more closely and more carefully, and to nurture a relationship between hand and eye. This creative drawing exercise gets great results.
Gentle eye drawings are a good way to start a session: they help make the transition between the hustle of arriving at a session, and turning attention to drawing.
The room needs to be quiet and students calm. Each students needs something small and detailed to draw, right in front of them. Ideal subjects might be:
- a set of keys
- a few pieces of pop corn
- a shell or plant
- a selection of nails/screws.
Each student also needs a sharp, hard pencil (2b to h).
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