This was the first project of my Spring art class. The kids did an awesome job. I provided several butterfly photos to show a variety of colors and wing designs. Then, I showed how to sketch a basic butterfly, including wing veins. Once they had a drawing they liked, I had them trace one half onto tracing paper, fold down the middle of the body, then trace the opposite side to make a perfectly symmetrical butterfly. They then traced it onto their watercolor paper with graphite paper. Sharpie markers and watercolor pencils were used to finish their paintings.
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