Project sidewalk crack drawings
What you need:Coloured Pencil Goldfaber, Pitt Artist Pen
Step by Step
Take a walk around your neighbourhood and photograph sidewalk cracks that have interesting patterns and shapes. Don’t worry too much about photo quality . . . these are for visual reference only.
When home, gather your materials and camera and take a look at a random sidewalk-crack photo. Do you see anything? If not, turn it 90 degrees clockwise. Do you see anything yet? Keep turning until something suggests itself—a face, an animal, an object.
You don’t need to see the entire image. Perhaps you only see a large nose shape and an ear . . . start by drawing those two things, then finish the drawing, using your Imagination.
Use the Pitt Artist Pen fineliner for your outline and then colour it in with Goldfaber coloured pencils, pencil, charcoal, . . . whatever you feel the piece needs.