Using Type Drawing in History

One of the activities my class did last term was to investigate what sort of person Henry VIII was by collecting together words describing him.

They then chose a photo of him as a background in Type Drawing and using the different words they traced over the top of the back ground using a range of colours and sizes.

Once finished they removed the background and were left with a brilliant picture of Henry VIII done a bit differently.

The pictures below represent some of the best, I know it’s hard to read the words but it gives you an idea of what they did.

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