Radomíra Pelková

Radomíra Pelková

Radomíra Pelková
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Art teacher's blog post about this winter project, perfect for fourth grade students.

Talvinen maisema --- Another great idea for teaching value using shades and tints. The original poster of this project, art teacher Jessica Young, gives a great explanation of the steps and tips she used with her fourth-grade students.

White watercolor paper. Trace a 6" circle at the top, center of paper. Water color wash any type of sky, leaving the moon white. Then black india ink with a wide flat 1" brush. I showed them how to go from thick to thin, twisting the brush slowly, (I suggest a practice paper first for 2 minutes). Then magenta, white and purple for the blossoms with a #4 round. 5th grade. I played "sounds of the earth", basically, yoga music. Made them silent and purposeful. They LOVED it. And they ...

trace a circle at the top, center of paper. Water color wash any type of sky, leaving the moon white. Then black india ink with a wide flat brush. Then magenta, white and purple for the blossoms with a round

Trees in gradation

value, atmospheric perspective, space, In classes of Grade year-old) we have painted a forest of trees without preliminary drawing, using directly the brushes and the acrylics paints on the white paper.

steps to making a soft blue sky background - tutorial - bjl

steps to making a soft blue sky background - tutorial - bjl. The cloud template is made with a Taylored Expressions die.

Deb Roberti's Alexandra Ornament & Pendant Pattern

Deb Roberti's Alexandra Ornament & Pendant Pattern