Hi Larch Class
Here is your art for this week. We are going to be continuing with our comic book theme by creating some art inspired by an artist called Roy Lichtenstein.
Please upload your art onto Tapestry, we can't wait to see it!
We are going to be creating some art using onomatopoeia. What does onomatopoeia mean? How many different words can you think of?
Roy Lichtenstein was a pop art and comic book artist.
1. Have a look at the powerpoint below to find out about him.
2. What did you think of his art? I hope it has inspired you to make your own comic book art.
You can find some pictures below to help you.
You will need:
3. Choose one of these words below or think of your own...
4. Write the word you want to use on coloured paper in bubble writing (you can ask a grown-up to help you with this by joining dots).
5. Cut out the letters carefully
6. Cover a piece of a4 paper/card with newspaper. You could cut out lots of different shapes and fit them all together
7. Draw a large shape onto a coloured piece of paper and cut out the middle. This will frame your newspaper. You may need a grown-up to get you started.
8. Stick the frame onto the newspaper and the bubble writing over the top. Your Roy Lichtenstein inspired art is complete!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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