Kalligram tekenen - De Koe

Wat is een Kalligram?

Je kleurt of tekent een vorm in met woordjes. Spelen met woordjes en letters. Schrijf ze schuin, dik, klein, groot, in een krul, in verschillende lettertypes of in een bepaalde vorm. 

Hieronder de uitleg van een kalligram wat meer uitgebreid : 

Hoe werkt een #kalligram?

Duidelijke uitleg van Mirelle van Crea met Kids 2-12 jr

Dat het leuk is om te doen, dat is wel duidelijk. Je kan er aardig je creatieve ei in kwijt. Zelfs al heb je geen inspiratie, als je begint met schrijven dan ga je door. In enkele minuten is het af. Heb jij het al eens geprobeerd? Ik vind eigenlijk dat een kalligram er al heel leuk uit ziet, ook al zet je maar een paar woordjes/zinnetjes op papier. Succes is gegarandeerd

Het enige wat je nodig hebt is een vel papier, fineliners, potlood, gum en het figuur wat je wilt maken.

Trek dit figuur of een ander figuur over met potlood. Op internet zijn ook vele afbeeldingen te vinden, of je kijkt bij een van de kleurplaten als je naar onder scrolt. Als je papier wat doorschijnt, is dat makkelijk te doen. 

Als het papier te dik is, kan je een lichtbak gebruiken. Maar niet iedereen heeft een lichtbak.  Trek het dan koetje dan over door beide vellen (tegen het licht) tegen  het raam aan te houden. Je kan ze samen nog even met plakbandje vastplakken, dan schuiven ze  niet weg. Trek het lichtjes over. Of teken zelf een figuur.

Begin gewoon ergens. Denk niet teveel na. Als woorden niet geheel uitkomen, geen nood. Daar zie je later niets meer van.

Laat de woorden uit de pen vloeien. Wat er het eerst in je op komt, dat schrijf je.

Oogjes, neusgaten, mondje en uiers kan je ook gewoon tekenen. Alles mag en niets hoeft!

Teken er een boerderij bij, wolkjes, een zonnetje of een boompje of een melkbus. Gum als laatste alle potloodlijntjes voorzichtig uit.

En klaar is Klara. Of was het nou Klaartje? ... 

Ik kan niet kiezen. Jij ook niet? Maak er dan meerdere, met verschillende vlekken en maak je eigen Klara en ook een Klaartje. Doe er een passe-partout om, of plak het op  (gekleurd) karton. Veel plezier met Kalligrammen! 

Hoe werkt een #kalligram?

Crea met Kids 2-12 jr

Pasen-Kalligram maken!

Crea met Kids 2-12 jr


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