Dylan Nijsen

Dylan Nijsen

Dylan Nijsen
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Henri Fantin-Latour Self-Portrait, 1861, Black chalk on medium-weight laid paper

Henri Fantin-Latour Self-Portrait, 1861, Black chalk on medium-weight laid paper

Auto portrait - Stop to drawing me ! by Tao Covillault

Auto portrait - Stop to drawing me ! by Tao Covillault

Rembrandt, Self-portrait, 1629. Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum

Rembrandt, Self-portrait, 1629. Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum

Henri Matisse, Self-Portrait, 1918 This relaties to line because the white fills in the gap and forming his face with the black outline

Henri Matisse, Self-Portrait, 1918 This relaties to line because the white fills in the gap and forming his face with the black outline

Splish Splash Splatter: Silhouette Self-Portraits

Splish Splash Splatter: Silhouette Self-Portraits

Sketchbook/journal ideas . . . I am always thinking, writing and working with images. Fun to think of writing inside the female face, kind of like thinking inside the lines. #art journalling #sketchbook #art journal

Sketchbook/journal ideas . . . I am always thinking, writing and working with images. Fun to think of writing inside the female face, kind of like thinking inside the lines. #art journalling #sketchbook #art journal

Schimmel Art (oppassen dat het niet te druk gaat worden)

Schimmel Art (oppassen dat het niet te druk gaat worden)

The ArtRoom   Cut digital portrait printed on paper into fourths (squares or rectangles) then decorate each fourth with a different medium.  Tempera, Chalk Pastel, Oil Pastel, Color Pencil and Collage

The ArtRoom Cut digital portrait printed on paper into fourths (squares or rectangles) then decorate each fourth with a different medium. Tempera, Chalk Pastel, Oil Pastel, Color Pencil and Collage

will be using this lesson for high this coming year!

will be using this lesson for high this coming year!

we took photographs of students posing as if they were erasing their faces. The students cut out an area of the photograph, glued the remaining portion of the photo onto paper, and used pencil to draw the missing portion of their faces.

we took photographs of students posing as if they were erasing their faces. The students cut out an area of the photograph, glued the remaining portion of the photo onto paper, and used pencil to draw the missing portion of their faces.