Well, once again, I know I saw something like this on pinterest, which I thought I pinned...nope. Not there, searched pinterest, can't find. Google search, can't find. I guess I liked it enough that it just stuck on my brain. So, if anyone knows who to give credit to, please comment. I think that typical black/white silhouettes are beautiful, but this adds an element of fun, and gives the young artist a chance to think about what their strong, positive characteristics are. This art piece really worked well with the range of ages too, which was 6 up to 11, plus I let my teen helpers do one of their own. Megan, who I believe is 13, did the 3rd pic down. The silhouette, which was a black and white photo copy, was colored in with one of the wide tip sharpies, you can still faintly see the details. At first, I wasn't sure I liked it, but in the end it worked better and faster than paint. The canvas was divided into sections and painted with acrylic paint. Words were written with sharpie and details added with oil pastel.