Once the silhouette is formed, the details of logo and salient details of his packaging of his favourite snacks are added to make it look like the actual packaging. Small C even wanted to use pointillism as his painting technique coming from last term’s art work reviewed here. You can spot some of the pointillism art strokes below.
For the final week is the refinement of the smaller details – shadow, details on the packaging and outlines, he used the finer black marker to bring the logo more defined and real.
Don’t you think this is his best piece to date ? I think so as this is like real-life still and for a 7 year old to draw this I think this is pretty impressive – as real as it can get with expiry date and manufacturing data all included!
Do check out Heart Studio fun art enrichment classes for children as young as 3 and even to older kids who are building their art portfolio for DSA. Check out their newly launched June holiday art classes and programme too!
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Wed-Fri: 10:00am to 8:30pm, Sat: 9:30am to 6:00pm, Sunday: 9:30am to 4:30pm
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