Roy Lichtenstein was a prominent American pop artist who favored old fashioned comic strips as a subject matter. Try my dot template to help you get his pop art look of the time.
- View and download Dot Template
- Drawing paper
- Sharpie marker
- Colored pencils (Prismacolor are great for lots of skin colors)*
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LIKE THIS PORTRAIT PROJECT?
There are fifteen more like it in my “Self Portrait Art Projects” ebook in my PDF Shop. It’s designed to show students just how varied the world of self portraits can be, from abstract to pop to even a Minecraft theme. All come with full tutorials, finished samples, and any templates needed. Just click on the binder or title to learn more.
- Start by lightly sketching your face with a pencil. Remember, the eyes go in the middle of the head, not up near the top!
- Trace all the lines with a black Sharpie marker.
- Fill in the dots with the desired pencil crayon colors. This may take some time, but neatly colored dots will make a successful picture. Also add some light background shading of each color.
- Using the Sharpie marker again, add some thick lines wherever you think shadows may happen, as shown by image on the right. Be sure to leave some of the lines thin so you have variety.