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In this one-time class, we will paint the nose and lower face of a cat pointing upward as decorative snowflakes are falling on top of and around it. We will start by blending two shades of blue for the background, allowing it to dry. If paint is applied thickly, it will take longer to dry, so thinning out the paint a bit with water is recommended (or having a parent help with a blow dryer). We will draw the cat's nose and lower face at the bottom of the page, painting the nose pink, grey or...
s a licensed art teacher, I have developed techniques for breaking down drawing and painting lessons into simple, easy-to-follow steps. Once we get the basics done, I give my students freedom to complete their project using their own imagination, thereby giving them the opportunity to take what I have taught them to a different, fun and creative level.
Canvas panel (8X19 or 9X12) OR very heavy watercolor paper Pencil and eraser White, pink and light blue colored pencils Acrylic/acrylic craft paints in light and medium blues (Craft Smart craft paint works fine and is inexpensive, but tube acrylics work well) Acrylic/acrylic craft paints in pink, light pink, brown, and white (same types as above) Brushes: Large for background; medium for painting cat, small for nose, VERY small, like size 0 or00 for painting whiskers and snowflakes. Bowl of water newspaper to protect surface **STRONGLY recommended: Acrylic paint markers in white (POSCA brand is great, but a little expensive; Artistro paint pens can be found in a 5-pack on Amazon for around $10- this is what I use)
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Possible use of a hand-held blow dryer to speed the drying process.
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Hello! I am a K-12 licensed art teacher. and professional artist. I teach all kinds of art, including drawing, painting, pottery, fibers, sculpture, art history and culture, and frequently integrate math, literacy and other subjects with my art...