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Study horses' anatomy and movements, exploring the work of Susan Rothenberg, then create a print of a horse in motion.
Study photos of horses and Susan Rothenberg's work. Observe horses trotting and in other gaits to see how their legs move and their bodies are positioned.
On white paper, use Crayola® Colored Pencils to sketch a moving horse and its surroundings.
With Crayola Scissors, trim the edges from a recycled foam produce tray so you have a flat printing plate. Draw your horse picture on the tray, pressing hard with a ball-point pen. Scribe the drawing deeply into the foam.
Cover a work area with recycled newspaper. Open a recycled file folder to use as a palette.
To create a "rainbow roll" pour a thin ribbon of Crayola Washable Paint onto the file folder. Pour several colors next to each other. Using a brayer, roll out the paint on the folder, moving in the same direction as you poured it, so the paint doesn't blend together very much.
Apply the paint to the printing plate with your brayer.
Press the wet side of the printing plate onto a clean sheet of white paper. Rub gently to make sure the paint is transferred evenly to the paper. Your horse drawing will show as white lines in a field of color.
Who loves horses? Artist Deborah Butterfield also raises and trains them. Gallop along with her and draw these beautiful
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