I was inspired by the Spanish Street Artist Pejac to play with what I see out my window.
What do you see out your window?
From the Inside Out.
What you need: Paper or black construction paper, pencil, eraser, black marker, scissors, tape and a window.
Click the 'read more' for instructions on how I made my window pictures.
Ask your parent or guardian for permission before you paint anything on the window, even before you tape. Ask a parent or guardian or older brother, sister, cousin, auntie or uncle, … if you need help to find things.
How to: Use your creative mind ... your imagination.
Here's how you can do this ...
First ... look out your window ... what do you see?
Can you imagine anything being in that space?
If your thinking .. yah, when pigs fly Ms McRae ... well that's an idea!
Second ... draw your idea, or look up an image on the computer and trace it. Your image will be small to match the size of the outside world. You are creating a silhouette. All you will use is the outline of your drawing. Fill your outline in with black marker or skip this if your outline is on black construction paper. Cut out your black shape.
Third ... play around and decide where you think your image should go.
Put tape on the back and tape it to the window.
From the Outside In
This time I was inspired by a picture article in the Guardian online news(paper?).
Creating random found object art in your window for the neighbours to enjoy.
ART! with Sonya McRae
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