Drawing Emotions

31st August 2015 - By 

Use characters in your illustrations to express the different emotions withing your stories.

This activity sheet includes ideas and examples for experimenting with facial expressions to express some different moods and emotions. Have fun making different shapes appear sad/happy/angry…

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