Monday, May 12, 2014

Banyan Trees

For art this term we have been using pastels. We learnt how to blend pastels using transitional colours. We created Baynan trees. Banyan trees start off as a little tree and trunk. As they grow the branches grow back down into the ground to form more trunks. The can grow very very big and people often think its not just one tree.


We used paint and bright coloured pastels to create our banyan trees.


9 comments:

  1. Pretty sure there was a book titled 'Under the Banyan tree' by Albert Wendt?

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  2. I really enjoyed doing the Banyan trees, they are very colourful.

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  3. I like how the trees turned out. My one is the first one that is drawn.

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  4. I liked doing the Banyan trees because they are awesome to draw.

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  5. Those look amazing and colourful! How did you do that they almost look real.

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  6. Our banyan trees are so colourful. It was the best art ever

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  7. Cool blending in, it is awesome. By Byron

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