Perhaps you still remember when I excitedly wrote that Izzah already know how to use pencil to draw. Well, not a really perfect drawing. But, it was a good start.
Since then, every time she sees a pen, she would grab it and immediately looking for a book or paper to draw. Sampai buku babahnya pun jadik mangsa..ha..ha
So, when I was in my hometown for Hari Raya, I searched for my arts material and found some drawing papers, Buncho Oil Pastel, Buncho Water Colors, some paint brushes and sponge, and a Water Color Guide Book – still in great condition!
Seeing those arts material triggered back my interest in drawing…ha..ha
Well, I did took the materials back with me. Not really for myself… but for Izzah.
Let’s see her first ‘real art’ in pretty colors. This one is absolutely worth keeping!
Little artist at work….
Using both hands for more artistic drawing…ha..ha
I found something interesting about Drawing Development in Children by Betty Edwards. It defines the drawing abilities in children from 2 to 6 years old.
The scribbling stage (2 years)
Random scribbles begin at age one-and-a-half, but quite quickly take on definite shapes. Circular movement is first because it is most natural anatomically.
The stage of symbols (3 years)
After weeks of scribbling, children make the discovery of art: a drawn symbol can stand for a real thing in the environment. Circular form becomes a universal symbol for almost anything. Later symbols become more complex, reflecting child’s observations on the world around him.
Pictures that tell stories (4 years)
At four or five, the child begins to tell stories or work out problems with her drawings, changing basic forms as needed to express meaning. Often once the problem is expressed, the child feels better able to cope with it.
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The Landscape (5-6 years)
By five or six, children develop a set of symbols to create a landscape that eventually becomes a single variation repeated endlessly. A blue line and sun at the top of the page and a green line at the bottom become symbolic representations of the sky and ground. Landscapes are compose carefully, giving the impression that removing any single form would throw off the balance of the whole picture.
Looks like Izzah is at the scribbling stage… yeha!
wah..kira my nuha dah cepat laa..dier tak sampai lagik setahun setengah tapi dah phase “The scribbling stage” 🙂
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eliss, waaah… ada bakat jadi pelukis terkenal nuha ni..
What beautiful artistry by Izzah!
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pop & ice, a great start for a young artist
Wah..bagusnya izzah ..pandai lukis..teruskan usaha! I pun dah start carik material utk kasik Nazif melukis nih..tp nak kena carik yg non-toxic sbb my son suka masukkan mende dlm mulut dia..any brand that you can recommend? Buncho tu safe tak?
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ida, a ah.. carik yg non-toxix, buncho tu pun bagus.. memang ada tulis non-toxic
izzah tu kadang2 masuk mulut gak nak rasa, tapi bila rasa pahit kaler tu dah takde masuk mulut dah..he..he
Cara duduk utk melukis tu yang palingmahal tuh!
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yg penting is non-toxic, edible, lavable & WASHABLE!!
miya now selalu gak melukis di luar kertas ni..apa boleh buat..artist..tokleh di konkong..nnt hilang idea..kikikiki
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harus beri anak peluang untuk buat ‘contengan’.
bukan setakat contengan biasa, ada maksud nyer.
hanya dia yg tahu.
bagus untuk bentuk kreativiti anak2.
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Yup! It’s true about what u found on children’s drawing development. It does refresh my memory what me learnt in Art class in Early Childhood course.Like Hanafi at 5, his drawing is ‘right on track’ like the pics above.Sometimes, I gave him my own drawn pic & he tried to copy what I drew.His drawing is making more sense.
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Btw, just nak share (nak promote pun iyer jugak. Ahaks!) me pernah share good article about children’s drawing sometime ago in my chatterbox. Here’s the link:-
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Seems that you have some great artists over there 😀
If you want to read more information about how children draw at different ages, you can check my last article: http://children-psychology.com/2012/01/how-children-draw-between-1-3-years-age/
It is about children’s drawings at 1-3 years of age, and soon enough I’ll write some posts covering the next stages.