Shading with Stippling How To: Middle School, High School Art Drawing Activity

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Great resource for distance learning. Threw them up with Google Slides. Students were engaged in learning the technique.


This middle school art or high school art stippling activity is a great way to introduce and reinforce, drawing and shading basics. 

This worksheet is an in-depth study of shading with stippling. On the front of the worksheet are examples of a stippling value scale, different stippling shading techniques, and using a mix of stippled lines. 

On the back of the worksheet the students have an activity to complete. This is a great way to determine whether or not they understand the stippling shading concepts introduced on the front.

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