Fall Paper Collage Painting Art 1:1- Collage Red Crab on Beach
In this private one time class, young artist will learn how to draw a silly goggly eyed crab with easy step-by-step instructions, how to use the collage technique, and use of dry brushing to color sand. Get New year's $5 coupon.
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Welcome to Mrs. D's Art Room where it is always a good day when you are learning something new. I specially design these projects to have some fun while learning. They will learn new, interesting, no-brush techniques for coloring their crab. It is called collage painting. Collage Painting (recycling art) is an easy way to reuse paper and make amazing colorful artwork. In this class, we will draw a step-by-step crab mostly using basic shapes, and use small, ripped magazine paper to make a...
Kids will learn to think out of the box to color their drawings, learn to recycle material and use it in their art, and how to add a background for their drawing. They will also develop skills on how to use different mediums to color their art.
There is no homework for these classes, but I would encourage kids to make some more pieces of art using the techniques I taught in class. I love to see what they like and learn in class and give feedback.
Material list for the class Material for Collage Crab: 1. Drawing book/piece of paper (at least 8x11 preferred) 2. Pencil 3. Eraser 4. Ruler 7. Sharpie/Black Pen 8. Old magazine paper/ unimportant colored pieces of paper preferably red color 9. Googly eyes (optional) 10. Paints-Blue, yellow and brown for the background 11. Brushes-Flat 8 and 10 or bigger (for dry brushing) 12. Color mixing palate 13. Small water cup for cleaning paintbrushes 14. Paper towels 15. Wet glue or glue stick
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Artist (Bachelor of Fine Arts), mom of two lovely girls, love to teach art.
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
20 total reviews
42 completed classes
Hello, I’m Mrs.D. Welcome to my Outschool profile! I really appreciate you considering me to be your child’s teacher! I teach various art classes that involve color theories, color wheel, and color schemes that work together to create human...