By stretching your watercolor paper right, the possibilities are endless! You can create washes that cover your paper completely, drip color ALL OVER your paper, use sponges and credit cards to push the watercolor around, use plastic wrap and bubble wrap to create textures, whatever you like.
IF YOU CAN SHADE A SPHERE – YOU CAN SHADE ANYTHING! This lesson is all about showing the kids how to shade various three dimensional shapes…not telling them how.
How to shade a sphere – learn yourself or use this lesson to teach others.
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(In the previous lessons, the students were introduced to their own personal style and encouraged to collect ideas in their sketchbook. I recommend having the homework be to assign one page of the sketchbook, to be filled with one of the ideas from the list in lesson 2. This way when the class lessons seem […]
Nothing is more precious to an artist than their artwork and art supplies. That’s why they can oftentimes dread a big move, as the simple act of getting all of this from point A to point B can be a bit dangerous. If you want to make sure you make the move without damage to […]