Students are drawing black and white detailed backgrounds for their lizards. Many are landscapes, but some have chosen to think outside the box a bit more!
The lizard itself will actually be a hole cut from the background paper. That hole will reveal the color wheel they created in watercolor. To add details to the lizard, we use a clear plastic sheet adhered to the back of the background paper so that students can give their lizards eyes, texture, etc.
Stay Tuned to see the final results!