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Clark Fralick

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Using lines to make patterns

Pattern is an easy way to add variety to your artwork. A pattern is a line, shape, or color that is repeated several times in an artwork. Artists use pattern to help viewers look at a picture. On a piece of paper, draw ten circles. They need to be about the size of a ping-pong ball. Using simple lines, draw a different pattern in each circle. When you are finished, click the add button Click the photo button to take a picture of your work. Click the check to add it to your portfolio.

2nd Grade, 1st Grade, 3rd Grade, Art
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