Watercolor Circles: Whale Tail
In this class you will learn how to blend watercolors to make a beautiful sunset and the ocean, then layer on a whale tale!
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In this class you will learn how to blend watercolors to make a beautiful sunset and the ocean. You will learn what the color does when you add or take away water. You will learn to be patient and let the water work for you. We will play around with mixing paint colors to get the desired color. We will have fun drying the paint with a hair dryer before adding the whale tail. This will be a fun interactive class in which the student will be taught step by step how to make a painting of an...
Watercolor paper. Watercolor paints (either tubes or trays, not watercolor pencils). A few different sizes of paint brushes. A palette (a coated paper plate or Styrofoam plate work fine). A small cup of water. A couple of paper towels. Something round to trace for the circle, i.e.. a bowl or medium size plate. A hair dryer.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Sarah GableTeaching students how to put their imaginations on paper
40 total reviews
59 completed classes
Hi, Everyone! I am so glad you stopped by! My name is Sarah Gable. I have been an elementary teacher for 21 years in a private school. I really enjoy making reading fun! I have been a dyslexia tutor for 15 years and have been an art teacher...