next weeks challenge, week 2: colours

the next challenge is a challenge for all! I think we have done enough animals this week, off course you can use them for next week too. Next week's challenge is starting on Saturday till Friday, it will be a colour based week, each day (6 days), an Instagram post will suggest a colour.

You can draw, paint or colour something with that colour, or you can hunt down the colour and photograph it. Try to find find as much of the colour, or the most vibrant something of that colour. So we should start seeing a nice rainbow of colours on the #juniormasterpiecesgallery 

the colours will be yellow, red, orange, blue, pink and purple and green. I hope you will find lots of bright colours

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Art Challenge day 8: the belated bunny


Last drawing challenge of this week, is a slightly belated (Easter) rabbit/bunny. Now you have recovered of the chocolate overload you can have a good think about what the real bunnies look like.

  • A female rabbit is called a doe.

  • A male rabbit is called a buck.

  • A young rabbit is called a kit (or kitten).

  • Rabbits live in groups.

  • The European rabbit lives underground, in burrows. A group of burrows is known as a warren.

  • More than half of the world’s rabbits live in North America.

  • Rabbits have long ears which can be as long as 10 cm (4 in).

  • Rabbits have a lifespan of around 10 years.

  • Rabbits are herbivores (plant eaters).

  • Rabbits are born with their eyes closed and without fur.

colouring in bunny here

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Art challenge day 7: the snake


Todays challenge is the snake, they can come in beautiful colours, see the images here.

  • There are over 3000 kinds of snake in the world.
  • Giants like the seven-metre long python can squeeze the life out of a large antelope and swallow it whole.
  • One species of fer-de-lance, a deadly viper, has been recorded swallowing prey that was 1.6 times its own body weight.
  • The venom of the king cobra, the world's largest poisonous snake, is strong enough to kill an elephant.
  • The paradise tree-snake of South-east Asia can 'fly' through the air by flattening its body into an s-shaped ribbon. 

colouring in snake here


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