For this project students created three parts; a background, middle ground and foreground. Some classes created painted shape backgrounds while others used marker to build an ominous anvil cloud then used eye droppers and water to be masters of their own storms. For the middle ground students discussed what it means to look at buildings instead of down at them (perspective), then drew simple street scenes that they watercolored. The final day was for the foreground, or what's the closest aspect to the viewer. Students cut out their streets and drew vehicles to color and paste within their scene.
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