Students will learn how to use watercolors to create patterns such as scales of a fish. We will observe different types of fish from the slide deck, go over vocabulary, and paint. Students will select a photo of a fish of their choice and complete it by the end of the third session. Sessions will build upon each other. Session 1 : Loose Painting of a Betta Fish (Structure of Fish) Session 2: Swatch of Scales/ Start Fish Painting (Student's choice) Session 2: Finish Fish Painting ...
Students will apply watercolor techniques to create scale patterns on a painting.
Educator for 15+ years Art degree in FiDM
Finish any incomplete work before the next session.
-Watercolor paper -Watercolor paint -Round Brush size 4, size 8 -Two cups of water -Paper towel -pencil/eraser -Photo/printout reference of fish (student's choice; Needed by second session)
Orally assessed throughout the sessions.
55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Google slide Deck, Canva (Teacher will show objective, lesson, visuals on Google Slide deck before painting. Students will not need access.)