Use your painting and drawing skills to draw your range of feelings.
You will need:
- Micador jR. Drawing Paper
- Micador Metallic Paint palette
- Black Marker
- Future Kids Paint brush (Optional, Micador paint palettes do come with their own brush)
Step 1: Rule up your page
Rule your pop art grid by dividing your page into 4 equal rectangles
Step 2: Add Sparkly colour
Paint the grid and allow to dry. While the paint dries, think of 4 different types of emotions you’d like to include. Some examples include; happy, frustrated, worried, sad, bored, inspired or excited.
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Step 3: Draw your feelings
Draw your self portrait emotions onto the grid. Once finished, use your grid as a reminder that our feelings are always changing and that's ok.