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Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Learning and caring together, building a firm foundation for the future

Bounce Art

Bounce Silhouette Art!

We used cotton balls and buds to create our ‘bounce effect’ background.  Then we carefully drew the silhouette of an athlete on black card.  The dramatic contrast between the vibrant background and the use of black for the silhouette clearly highlights what the athlete is doing.  Here are some examples of our work.

 

 Mayan (Kingfishers) –                          

inspired by footballer Harry Kane         

 

Thomas (Kingfishers) –

inspired by gymnast Max Whitlock

 

Omar (Kingfishers) –

inspired by cyclist Laura Kenny

 

Lily (Kingfishers) –

inspired by cyclist Laura Kenny

 

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