This unit of 18/EIGHTEEN! exceptional lessons on DRAWING PEOPLE IN PROPER PROPORTION sets out to alter the "errors in judgment" that commonly occur when students try to draw people. Gone will be such oddities as people with arms that end above the waist, eyes peering out of foreheads, heads without ears or eyebrows, heads without necks, noses that resemble dogbones and the "the case of the missing elbows and knees."
This creative and interesting approach is sure to improve drawing skills when it comes to drawing people in proper proportions. Practice pages, idea sheets, patterns, student samples at the back of the unit and intriguing art lessons are all planned and provided with student success as a priority. Even the non-artistic student will be pleased with the results. It's a "win-win" art unit with benefits for both teacher and student alike! Students will begin to understand body proportion, parts of the eye, shadows and contours, gestures, foreshortening, and other aspects of art which are sometimes difficult to present.
So KICKSTART YOUR ART and start YOUR students drawing people in perfect proportion.