Anyway, I was covering the learning objective: I can identify and create asymmetrical balance. We looked at my power point on Picasso and then I demonstrated two ways to incorporate two views of a portrait. I encourage them to be new Picasso's and try to come up with their own way to show two views at the same time.
Each student used pencil to draw their cubist style portrait and colored with watercolor markers. The final step was to outline with black crayon. I always enjoy what the kids come up with and how excited they get that their portraits don't have to be realistic.