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Arctic Fox Draw and Paint Acrylic Art Class
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Live video chat, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Great for exploring new interests and different styles of teachers
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This class is for students who want to learn how to make their own poster-like Ninja Turtle acrylic painting. In this class I will teach students: - The importance of properly placed highlights and shadows - Simple contouring - How to properly control their paintbrushes for creating smooth and flowing transitions - How to use stencils - The impact of color choices - Paintbrush etiquette There are times I purposely create a mistake in order to show students how to recover from any painting...
2 files available upon enrollment11x14 inch canvas or watercolor paper *Acrylic* paints: Black, white, red, yellow, green, & blue Brushes: 1 2 inch flat brush for sky 1 1/2 inch flat brush for character 2 small detail brushes **Word document attached with stencils for cutout upon class sign up** Blow dryer is recommended to help the drying process! Water jar Paper Towel Paper plate for paint palette *safe place to splash some paint!
1 hour 20 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Tabitha WattsFreelance Artist of DreamingTabitha - Writer - & Home-school Alumni
314 total reviews
333 completed classes
Hullo! My name is Tabitha, but most kids refer to me as Miss T. I am looking forward to teaching young people how painting is unique to themselves as individuals, and that life lessons can stem from learning any kind of creative outlet. I...