Here is a baby fox that draws easily enough so that kindergarten teachers can try it out. Careful dyeing on black paper gives it a bold expression.
- Draw guidelines or fold them in half to form folds.
- Students follow the tutorial to draw the fox in pencil.
- The fox is traced with a black oil pastel.
- The fox is very strongly colored with oil pastels.
- The background is colored.
- The black lines are redrawn to make them bold so that they really stand out.
Paint a fox on newsprint
Sometimes I find fun art projects for kids that have needs that many students can’t easily reproduce. The answer for newsprint? Print your own.
This fox painting looks like a recycling newspaper for the background of a painting, but in fact one sheet was scanned and printed for everyone. You don’t have to create your own file. Just download my file from the link below.
• Download the newspaper background file
• cardboard, cream
• Sharpie marker, chisel tip
• tempera color
1. Look at my file above and drag a copy onto your desktop. Print the file onto sheets of Manila cardboard to preserve the old look.
2. The students paint a fox in the style of an artist JoMama, Start with a U for the head, then finish the face and a big punch for the tail and body.
3. Trace the drawing with a permanent marker. The thicker the marker, the better. A bold black link must stand out from the print.
4. This is a good time to learn how to make the right shade of orange for a fox. I like how the newsprint runs through the color and adds additional dimensions and textures.
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