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Drawing Lesson #D-228, “Cattails”

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Job 8:11 ESV  “Can papyrus grow where there is no marsh? Can reeds flourish where there is no water?”

Exodus 2:3 ESV “When she could hide him no longer, she took for him a basket made of bulrushes and daubed it with bitumen and pitch. She put the child in it and placed it among the reeds by the river bank.”

Simply click on the first link below, to download the printable to practice with Debbie’s simple step-by-step instructions. You may choose to draw your final in your bible, perhaps with one of the verses above? After your project is complete, please click the second link to go to the Facebook CBJ Drawing Album, to post a photo of your new drawing.

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Example of Cattails used to illustrate Exodus chapter 2, the birth of Moses.
Exodus to the baby left in the reeds.

Example of using cattails in Exodus to illustrate the baby Moses, left in the reeds. Illustrated by Jackie Mattingly.

 

Jackie Mattingly illustrated cattails 3 ways to illustrate the first page of Exodus, the birth of baby Moses left in the river.

Jackie Mattingly illustrated cattails 3 ways to illustrate the first page of Exodus, the birth of baby Moses left in the river.

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