The second graders looked at the work of Hockney and Woods, and created a drawing using hills as the foreground. Each hill had to have a different line design or pattern. They could add whatever details they wanted in the distance on the horizon line. After tracing all the lines with a sharpie (which was a lotta work), students sprayed their paper with water, and laid tissue paper on top. The tissue bled onto the picture, leaving a delightful watercolor effect. I encouraged students to use hot colors on one side, and cool on another, but that wasn't so easy, when the colors began to bleed. I think they turned out great, and will have to post some more as they get finished.