Squiggle Drawings & Autumn Floor Drawings

By Paula Briggs

This resource shares two exercises – or rather one warm-up followed by a longer drawing.

Continuous Line Drawings are a great way to get participants to loosen up, get them to look closely, and make new and interesting marks on the paper. With younger children (6 to 10) we called them “squiggle drawings” and the results were fantastic – the children were surprised by their own results and it really helped loosen them up (and focus) for the Autumn Floor Drawings we did afterwards…

Continuous Line Drawing (or Squiggle Drawing)

AccessArt Drawing Workshop for children ages 6 to 10

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