Drawing a Simple Skeleton By Mandy Theis Hallenius

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<p>PowerPoint Presentation</p> <p>Drawing a Simple Skeleton</p> <p>By Mandy Theis HalleniusYou can draw a simple skeleton using big shapes.What part of the skeleton does the oval represent?</p> <p>Do you see how all of the small bones can be grouped together into one big shape?What part of the skeleton does the rectangle represent?</p> <p>Do you see how the unusual shape of the pelvis can be simplified into one big shape?What part of the skeleton does the small oval represent?</p> <p>Do you see how the head can be simplified into one big shape?You can use a simple skeleton to help you draw people!</p> <p>Lets try to draw this woman using a simple skeleton as a starting point.11Can you find an oval to represent the ribcage in this painting of Mrs. Larz by Cecelia Beaux?</p> <p>13Can you draw an oval to represent a ribcage?14Can you find an oval to represent the head in this painting of Mrs. Larz by Cecelia Beaux?</p> <p>16Can you add a smaller oval to represent a head in your drawing?17Can you find a rectangle to represent the pelvis in this painting of Mrs. Larz by Cecelia Beaux?</p> <p>19Can you add a rectangle to represent a pelvis in your drawing?20</p> <p>Which angle below looks the most like the angle of the arm?21</p> <p>Can you add a skinny rectangle that represents the angle of the arm?22</p> <p>The legs are hidden behind her dress. What angle do you think her closest leg could be?23</p> <p>Can you add a skinny rectangle that represents the closest leg?24</p> <p>Where do you think the back leg belongs?25</p> <p>Does it belong at this angle?26No!How do you know?</p> <p>Her dress would have to stick out on the side if a leg was there.29</p> <p>Could the back leg belong here?30Yes!</p> <p>32Congratulations! You made a drawing of a person using a simple skeleton!BONUS</p> <p>Look carefully at the painting and see if you can add more information to your simple skeleton!35</p> <p>Can you add a neck? hair? shoulders? a dress? a hand?36National Core Arts Standards K-3VA:Cr1.2, VA:Cr2.1, VA:Cr3.1 </p> <p>Elementary Common Core StandardsCCSS.MATH.CONTENT.K.G.A.1, K.G.A.2,K.G.B.4, K.G.B.5, K.G.B.6, CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.1.G.A.1, 1.G.A.2, CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.2.G.A.1, CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.3.G.A.1</p>