Simple Acrylic Painting: Evergreens at Sunset
We will be painting a beautiful silhouette forest landscape using acrylic paint
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This class will cover basic composition and acrylic painting technique. This will be a step by step class. I will paint along with my students and pause for questions after each step. They will be following along with me as we paint and interact. I usually mute my classes when we start painting, but I encourage learners to unmute if they have questions. Students do not need painting experience to take part in this class. If they have some, it will help. But it is not necessary. If we...
Students will learn painting techniques such as: - How to create a smooth gradient/blending - How to create different textures (specifically for trees) We will also touch on how to make a nice, simple composition
This is a one time class so students will not have additional homework, however if they do not finish the painting during class time I will expect them to finish it on their own after class.
2 files available upon enrollment- 4 PAINT COLOURS: Red, warm yellow, dark blue, and black - 2 (or more) PAINT BRUSH: Thick flat brush = 3/4 - 1in wide. Medium flat brush = 1/4 inch wide. The more paintbrush options the better. - 1 PAINT SURFACE: smooth cardboard, like the inside of a cereal box, or a canvas. No smaller than 5x7 and no larger than 10x14 - OLD RAG/CLOTH - WATER - BLOWDRYER (may require supervision) Additional Materials for "BONOUS PAINTING" if the class finishes the sunset early - OLD GIFT/REWARDS CARD - A PIECE OF CARDBOARD OR THICK PAPER
All students are expected to send me a final photo of their painting if they want detailed feedback. I will also give a mark out of 16 if the student requests a grade. I will mark out of 16 based on the attached Rubric. The criteria looks at: Composition, Painting skill, Time/Effort, and Final product. If a child does not want to send me their painting that is totally ok, but I will be unable to provide a grade and helpful feedback.
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
I teach art, advertising & design
🇨🇦Lives in Canada
330 total reviews
290 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...