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The teacher graded the Fine Arts homework of the 9th graders, thinking how hard it was to paint, who would have thought that the finished product would be “outrageous” like this…

More and more contests and competitions are related to fine arts. Because, fine art is a subject that not only requires talent and carefulness of candidates, but also can assess each person’s thinking and observation ability. Especially in the context of increasingly developed society and enhanced aesthetics, fine art is also a subject that receives a lot of attention.

Especially for middle school grades, fine arts are still focused on for students to improve their creativity. There are many talents of the students that are revealed through this subject, but there are also many situations that make viewers feel excited because they are both horror and a bit… virtual.

The teacher’s review of the teacher’s foggy paintings with the drawings of his students

Recently, on MXH appeared a video recording the scene where a teacher was grading students’ drawings in a certain class. And you guys were impressed by the very vivid pictures, the lines are very sharp, every detail is linked together to create a perfect whole even though the students are only in grade 9. .

It is known that according to the teacher’s introduction, these are the students’ class 9A1 students’ submissions for the semester exam in the plaster part. Same drawing topic, but some people draw well, others are extremely bad:

The teacher graded the Fine Arts exercises of the 9th graders, thinking how hard he was to paint, who would have thought the finished product would turn out like this... - Photo 2.

The original specimen the teacher gave to me to practice drawing

The teacher graded the Fine Arts exercises of the 9th graders, thinking how hard he was to paint, who would have thought the finished product would be this bad... - Photo 3.

If the results of the first lesson were so sparkling and excellent, the teacher would not stop praising them

The teacher graded the Fine Arts exercises of the 9th graders, thinking how hard he was to paint, who would have thought the finished product would turn out like this... - Photo 4.

Then the second friend sometimes… this is bad. The scale is too small, causing the picture to lack harmony

The teacher graded the Fine Arts homework of the 9th graders, thinking how hard it was to paint, who would have thought the finished product would turn out like this... - Photo 5.

After looking at this drawing, the teacher only said “Oh my god, sexy lips”, and encouraged this friend to try harder to improve his painting ability.

The teacher graded the Fine Arts exercises of the 9th graders, thinking how hard he was to paint, who would have thought the finished product would turn out like this... - Photo 6.

Continuing another “disaster” sketch… made the teacher remark that: “You need to distinguish what is a portrait and which is a statue. It’s too similar to a portrait”.

The teacher graded the Fine Arts exercises of the 9th graders, thinking how hard he was to paint, who would have thought the finished product would turn out like this... - Photo 7.

Although the drawings are still crooked and the shape is unknown, this is just the beginning for those who are passionate about this subject. In the long run, you will also be trained by teachers in drawing skills, how to shade, how to create strokes…

The teacher graded the Fine Arts exercises of the 9th graders, thinking how hard he was to paint, who would have thought the finished product would be this bad... - Photo 8.

This student also added a very special “beard” detail to his test.

After the video was posted, it received a great deal of interaction from the fans. Part of everyone thinks that if you are only 9th graders, but you can draw so well, if you practice for a long time, you will definitely reach further in this subject.

The teacher’s comments just want the students to improve and try harder because fine art is a subject that requires creativity and new thinking but still needs certain standards for evaluation.

Therefore, for students, it is necessary to comply with the regulations in parallel with promoting their own talents. Because every lesson brings value and benefits to learners, following is the best way to develop.

Many netizens have left comments under the video:

– Learning to draw for 9 years, I got 1 lesson of 10, how much is 6-7, I can’t even get 8. You guys draw like this is super!

– All future artists have different!

– University stress essay, high school stress fine arts. At that time, I sat all night because of Art, not to study English and Math.

Source: People’s School

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