Pretty Polychromatic Painting in 6W!

Today we were finally able to paint our Mayan Vessels! We have worked so hard to create the, it was finally time to finish them.

Can you tell me how we know our pots are polychromatic?

We used our fingers and matchsticks to paint our vessels; we did this as we wanted to use the same methods that many Maya would have used. At first we found this tricky, without a paint brush we struggled to maintain the details but we soon got the hang of it. Take a look at some of these crazy concentration faces…

30 thoughts on “Pretty Polychromatic Painting in 6W!

  1. I know that our Mayan vessels are polychromatic because we used 3 colours, red, black and white. Polychromatic means using more than 2 colours

  2. I know that our pots are polychromatic because we used more than one colour (red black and white) so our vessels are multi coloured 🌈.

  3. Can you tell me how we know our pots are polychromatic?
    I know that I used polychromatic beacuse we used Mayan colour which are red , black and white .

  4. Our Mayan Vessels are polychromatic because we used 3 colours:black,red and white.
    (Polychromatic means two or more colours).
    I really enjoyed finishing our pots and seeing our final pieces! :)

  5. I know that our pots are polychrome because polychromatic means that you paint with out a brush and we painted our pots with our fingers or matchstick

  6. Can you tell me how we know our pots are polychromatic?

    Because polychromatic means different type of couloirs such as black,red and white that is what polychromatic means.

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