Pastel Battle of Texture (Younger Class) by The Painting Panda
Chalk pastels versus Oil pastels, which does it better!?
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$4 per class
Meets 1x per week
Over 4 weeks
30 minutes per class
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Who drew it better? Who created it better? Who likes it better? Who does texture better? Who stays on paper better? These are the questions we need to discover answers to as we learn to draw, create, and discover the differences between chalk pastels and oil pastels. We will test out shapes, buildings, plants, and full page art. Since both pastels are very unique in how they work with the paper, we will also work with some 3D techniques for our tests. Come join the fun as we...
Pastels are one of my most favorite mediums to use with my personal art. I really enjoy bringing my passion into what I teach. This was a very fun class for my students during the summer art classes held in my home. My favorite part about teaching art classes is when I get to see the world through the eyes of the students by viewing their interpretations of the assignments I give them in class.
Chalk pastels 24 count or more Oil pastels 24 count or more Black construction paper: needs to be sturdy for our blending techniques) White construction paper: needs to be sturdy for our blending techniques) Newsprint (5-10 sheets) Black Elmers glue (not white, not glitter, not glow in the dark, not Neon) (recipe for making black liquid glue: black food dye, white glue mix in a bowl and pour back into glue bottle) Paper towels Baby Oil Q-tips Foam tipped brush 1 inch size 1 inch sized paint brush Rough gauge sand paper (any gauge that isn't fine sand paper will work) (this is to rough up the chalk pastels so they will draw better on the paper, for younger children this should be done by an adult before class)
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
The Painting Panda Teacher
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446 total reviews
694 completed classes
Hey Ya'll! I am not your typical art teacher who teaches from a mold, and expects kids to fit into a box. Being taught with that mindeset prevented true creativity, self exploration and expression, and any honest confidence in my...