There’s more than one way to create a cubism for kids project. I like this one that uses the two-sided look of a face with bright bold markers.
It’s also a easy way for students to draw self portraits. All they need to do is add their own hair for their own Picasso-style self portrait.
- Cubism Face PDF Tutorial (download)
- Finger paint or marker paper
- Sharpie black marker, chisel tip
- Sharpie Brush Markers, assorted colors
- I like to use Sharpies on finger painting paper as the colors stay so bright. The only catch is that the paper is a little hard to erase. But if you follow the simple steps in my diagram, you should be able to start with a nice pencil drawing.
- Trace all the lines with a thick, chisel-tip black Sharpie marker.
- Fill in with Sharpies. I recommend the brush tip markers, if you can afford them.