Amanda O'Shaughnessy provides this wonderful lesson to create drawings using different colored pencil techniques.
Place coffee filters onto the paper using water. Using yellow and blue semi moist tempera cakes, paint on top of the coffee filters creating several variations of green. Paint any white paper left with blue paint. Once dry, remove coffee filters. Add objects such as buildings, roads, trees, and mountains [...]
Draw or trace a big shape in the middle. Then add five lines from the shape to the edge of the page to create sections. Fill each section outside of the shape with designs. Shapes and lines make the best designs. Add oil pastel on the top of the designs. [...]
Use a pencil to draw the horizon line and the vanishing point at the top of the page. Then, demonstrate how to draw two orthogonal lines to the vanishing point. Finally, create an enclosed rectangle by drawing two parallel lines. Demonstrate how to draw a tree in the foreground, autumn [...]
Using the black Sharpie, have students draw the cupcake base. Alternatively, you can provide a template for the base. It can serve as a great first step to get the painting started. Use an extra sheet of paper to cut out templates of the cupcake base. Have students trace the [...]
With the pink PlayColor stick, draw the head, body, neck and wings of the flamingo. Add additional PlayColors to the pink such as yellow, red, and/or blue. Let dry before moving to step two. Apply water to the lower half of the page and add blue to the wet paper. [...]