Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Op Art for Kids

My 12 year old created perspective op art using two videos as a guide. The project was recommended for fifth grade, but could be enjoyed by both younger and older children.

The first step was to create a vanishing point dot somewhere on the page.

Next, straight lines were drawn from the dot to the edge of the page creating an even number of sections and making sure none of the lines passing directly through the vanishing point created a 180 degree angle.

Once the straight lines were complete, curved lines were drawn in each of the sections and spaced as evenly as possible. The two videos below explain the creation and coloring process for this project.




Here's my daughter's finished op art perspective drawing.



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