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You'll crack a smile at these Funny Faces! Try Pablo Picasso's Cubist style of painting - jumble up your eyes, nose, and mouth.
Have you seen Pablo Picasso's portraits? He painted people's facial features in weird places. Sometimes he made them odd sizes. This Cubist style of painting uses shapes, such as squares and triangles, in a jumbled, unreal way. It's like looking at someone from several different angles all at once.
Try drawing some Funny Faces like Picasso! With Crayola Colored Pencils, sketch a person's head and shoulders on white paper.
Draw the eyes, nose, and mouth so you see two views at once, the front and side. Draw them in unusual places. Your drawing should look weird!
Color your portrait with Crayola Crayons.
Hang your masterpiece. Enjoy looking at it from different angles.
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