Elf Christmas Tree Ornament Painting
Paint along with me as we create this lovely elf tree ornament using acrylic paints.
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In this one time class we will be painting an elf tree ornament. I like to paint on small wooden circles, but you could paint on smooth cardboard, a tiny canvas, or any number of sturdy services to make your beautiful ornament. To create this ornament, will be using pencil, acrylic paint, and a sharpie marker. A blow dryer is also handy for this project. When I teach I lead by example. This means that I draw and paint along with my learners. I mute my classes to help everybody focus, but I...
Students will learn about simple acrylic painting, drawing, and composition. Students will also learn patience and perseverance.
- One small paint surface - Acrylic paint: Blue, purple, white, red or pink and yellow. If the learner has a salmon or peach colour paint for skin tone that would be ideal. - Paint brushes: One small round brush, one medium round brush. - One sharpie marker. Ideally a new one so the tip is still fresh. - Pencil and eraser.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Learners me you need to use a blow dryer for this class.
I teach art, advertising & design
🇨🇦Lives in Canada
291 total reviews
264 completed classes
I love to teach art, and specialize in drawing (wide variety of styles and techniques), watercolour, and acrylic painting. When I teach, I like to lead by example. This means that I draw, paint and create with my students. Throughout class I make...