Watercolor Jellyfish (With Crayon Resist Techniques)
In this one time class, we will use a combination of brightly colored crayons and watercolor (for wax resist techniques) to create beautiful jellyfish that appear to float around in the ocean.
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year old learners
learners per class
45 minute class
In this class, we will create beautiful jellyfish. Learners will get to experiment with the effects of watercolor and crayon resist. We will warm up by sketching a few options for drawing various jellyfish before deciding which to recreate for our final pieces. I will provide support by guiding learners through a few directed drawing examples to begin. I will share some footage of my own original (pre-recorded) video to help provide more visual support. I also like to help learners relate...
Students will become aware of watercolor resist techniques and how they help provide control as they build skills for working with watercolors. They will also gain a better understanding of the science behind why the wax tends to resist the water. Learners will also improve drawing skills through scaffolding and sharing strategies for future endeavors related to drawing and painting.
pencil (optional) sketch paper- to practice sketching and planning design Crayons (especially bright colors plus white for transparency technique). watercolor paint watercolor paper paint brushes cup/container for water a few paper towels (for blotting)
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Drawing is FUNdamental! I love to share strategies that make drawing fun and easy.
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19 total reviews
50 completed classes
I love to develop and teach fun and easy drawing strategies that often include the use of simple shapes, lines, and recognizable symbols. I believe that drawing is a fundamental skill that anyone can learn. I am an Art teacher with a B. A. in...