Ready to make some more spooky Halloween artworks?
To make this skeleton you need:
-Skeleton Head Printouts (here)
Just add glue to each end of the Q-tip and start constructing your spooky skeleton. (This craft idea comes from the Bee In Our Bonnet blog).
Think about how artists use the idea of the skeleton to create their artworks. Here is a skeletal drawing done by the British artist, George Stubbs:
Stubbs also did skeleton drawings of animals:
We can ask ourselves: Why do you suppose Stubbs created these skeletal drawings? How would it benefit his paintings?
Can you create a Q-tip skeleton of a tiger? What about a bird?
Maybe you can try using your Q-tip skeleton to create an actual painting or drawing, just like George Stubbs:
Create a Q-Tip skeleton of your own and then try making a drawing or painting from your skeleton! Send in a picture of your with your artworks and we will post it to our blog.