Contrast - a special effect

This worksheet is perfect for classroom, homework or students self-isolating. It should take at least one hour to complete. Higher ability students will probably take up to two hours.

Contrast is not an easy concept for students to understand. This worksheet helps students get to grips with it, first by providing context on how artists use contract to create certain effects. A short literacy challenge encourages engagement with the context.

The main task requires students to use a range of tones / values with pencil to recreate different levels of contrast.

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Created: Nov 25, 2020

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