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Woodland Animal Watercolor Painting

Class
Torri McCarrey
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(1,237)
In this woodland animal watercolor painting club, students will learn basic watercolor techniques to paint a variety of cute winter, spring, and holiday themed animals.

Class experience

US Grade 6 - 9
Intermediate Level
Mom and Baby Fox

1. Students will learn techniques to sketch a mom and baby fox, using pencil. 
2. Students will learn what a watercolor wet on wet technique is, using water, a paintbrush, and watercolor paint.
3. Students will learn what a watercolor flat wash technique is, using water, a paintbrush, and watercolor paint.
4. Students will learn how to use a limited color palette to create a cohesive piece of art.
5. Students will learn to use acyrlic paint/gouche paint/gel pens with watercolor paint to create detail and texture.

Valentine's Day Mice

1. Students will learn techniques to sketch cute Valentine's Day mice, using pencil. 
2. Students will learn to use rubbing alcohol with watercolor paint to create texture.
3. Students will learn what a watercolor graded wash technique is, using water, a paintbrush, and watercolor paint.
4. Students will learn what a watercolor splatter technique is, using water, a paintbrush, and watercolor paint.

Valentine's Day Skunks

1. Students will learn techniques to sketch cute Valentine's Day skunks, using pencil. 
2. Students will learn what a watercolor dry brush technique is, using a paintbrush, and watercolor paint.
3. Students will learn what a watercolor dragging technique is, using water, a paintbrush, and watercolor paint.
4. Students will learn how to add texture to a watercolor painting, using salt, and watercolor paint.
5. Students will learn to use mix media with watercolor paint to create detail, using watercolor paint and colored pencil.

Baby Bison

1. Students will learn techniques to sketch a baby bison wearing a hat and scarf, using pencil. 
2. Students will learn what a watercolor glazing technique is, using water, a paintbrush, and watercolor paint.
3. Students will learn how to add texture to a watercolor painting, using salt, and watercolor paint.

Cozy Pine Marten

1. Students will learn techniques to sketch a cozy pine marten wearing a hat and scarf, using pencil. 
2. Students will learn what a watercolor wet on wet technique is, using water, a paintbrush, and watercolor paint.
3. Students will learn what a watercolor flat wash technique is, using water, a paintbrush, and watercolor paint.
4. Students will learn to use mix media with watercolor paint to create detail, using watercolor paint and colored pencil.

Mom and Baby Capybara

1. Students will learn techniques to sketch a mom and baby capybara in the woods, using pencil. 
2. Students will learn what a watercolor flat wash technique is, using water, a paintbrush, and watercolor paint.
3. Students will learn what a watercolor dry brush technique is, using water, a paintbrush, and watercolor paint.
4. Students will learn to use mix media with watercolor paint to create detail, using watercolor paint and colored pencil.

St. Patrick's Day Turtle

1. Students will learn techniques to sketch a St. Patrick's Day turtle with four leaf clovers, using pencil. 
2. Students will learn what a watercolor saran wrap technique is, using water, a piece of saran wrap, and watercolor paint.
3. Students will learn what a watercolor charging technique is, using water, a paintbrush, and watercolor paint.

Spring/Easter Ducks

1. Students will learn techniques to sketch spring/Easter ducks, using pencil. 
2. Students will learn to use rubbing alcohol with watercolor paint to create texture.
3. Students will learn how to use a limited color palette to create a cohesive piece of art.
4. Students will learn to use colored pencil with watercolor paint to create detail.

Spring/Easter Bunnies

1. Students will learn techniques to sketch spring/Easter bunnies in a grassy meadow, using pencil. 
2. Students will learn what a watercolor wax resist technique is, using a white crayon and watercolor paint.
3. Students will learn what a watercolor lifting off technique is, using a tissue and watercolor paint.

Colorful Peacock

1. Students will learn techniques to sketch a full body peacock, using pencil. 
2. Students will learn what a watercolor wet on dry technique is, using a paintbrush and watercolor paint.
3. Students will learn what a watercolor dragging technique is, using water, a paintbrush, and watercolor paint.
4. Students will learn to use rubbing alcohol with watercolor paint to create texture.
5. Students will learn to use colored pencil with watercolor paint to create detail.

Mom and Baby Opossum

1. Students will learn techniques to sketch a mom and baby opossum hanging from a tree, using pencil. 
2. Students will learn what a watercolor graded technique is, using water, a paintbrush, and watercolor paint.
3. Students will learn what a watercolor wet on dry technique is, using water, a paintbrush, and watercolor paint.
4. Students will learn how to add texture to a watercolor painting, using salt and watercolor paint.
5. Students will learn to use colored pencil with watercolor paint to create detail.
Homework Offered
Students may need to finish paintings outside of the designated class time.
Assessments Offered
Students will be assessed throughout class and at the end of class through questions and/or sharing of drawings.
Grades Offered
***IMPORTANT: PLEASE READ***

I will use Canson's cold press watercolor paper, 140 lb/300 g, but students can use what paper they have. Cold press paper has more texture, whereas hot press paper is more smooth. Students are welcome to use either type. If you are unable to purchase watercolor paper, students can use thick sketch or mix media paper.

As far as watercolor paint, there are a lot of different brands to choose from. Unless you want to, you do not need to purchase anything expensive. If you have a cheap set lying around the house, students are welcome to use them! I will use a mixture of watercolor brands, some being cheaper than others. If you want to invest in a higher quality watercolor paint, Windsor & Newton is a good option.

There are also a variety of paint brushes students can use. Students DO NOT need the exact brushes I will use. If possible, I recommend students having a smaller fan brush, detail brush or very small round brush, and/or shader brush. I use the shader brushes mostly in sizes 10, 8, and 6. There are brush sets with a variety of brushes you can purchase at a reasonable price. Again, please do not feel like you have to purchase a lot of brushes for this class. Even if your student has a single brush, we will make it work.

Students may use masking tape or washi tape for the boarders of their paintings. This makes for crisp edges, as well as helping the paper to not warp as bad. I will be using washi tape I found on Amazon. Tape that isn't super sticky is best so there is less chance of it tearing the paper.

If you have any questions, or need help, don't hesitate to reach out! :)


Mom and Baby Fox 

-Watercolor paper
-Everyday pencil and eraser
-Watercolor paint: purple, blue, brown, orange
-Paint brushes
-Paint palette to mix paint on
-Paper towels
-Jar of water (to rinse brushes)

OPTIONAL: white acyrlic paint OR white gouache paint OR a white gel pen, colored pencils, washi tape

Valentine's Day Mice 

-Watercolor paper
-Everyday pencil and eraser
-Watercolor paint: gray, purple, pink, red
-Paint brushes
-Paint palette to mix paint on
-Paper towels
-Jar of water (to rinse brushes)
-Rubbing Alcohol and Q-tips (I will use 70% Isopropyl antiseptic alcohol)

OPTIONAL: white gel pen, colored pencils, washi tape

Valentine's Day Skunks 

-Watercolor paper
-Everyday pencil and eraser
-Watercolor paint: purple, blue, black, red, pink
-Paint brushes
-Paint palette to mix paint on
-Paper towels
-Jar of water (to rinse brushes)
-Salt (regular table salt)

OPTIONAL: white gel pen, colored pencils, washi tape

Baby Bison

-Watercolor paper
-Everyday pencil and eraser
-Watercolor paint: brown, blue, purple, pink, black
-Paint brushes
-Paint palette to mix paint on
-Paper towels
-Jar of water (to rinse brushes)
-Salt (regular table salt)

OPTIONAL: white gel pen, colored pencils, washi tape

Cozy Pine Marten

-Watercolor paper
-Everyday pencil and eraser
-Watercolor paint: blue, purple, pink, orange, brown
-Paint brushes
-Paint palette to mix paint on
-Paper towels
-Jar of water (to rinse brushes)

OPTIONAL: white gel pen, colored pencils, washi tape

Mom and Baby Capybara

-Watercolor paper
-Everyday pencil and eraser
-Watercolor paint: yellow, red, brown, blue, green
-Paint brushes
-Paint palette to mix paint on
-Paper towels
-Jar of water (to rinse brushes)

OPTIONAL: white gel pen, colored pencils, washi tape

St. Patrick's Day Turtle 

-Watercolor paper
-Everyday pencil and eraser
-Watercolor paint: yellow, green, blue
-Paint brushes
-Paint palette to mix paint on
-Paper towels
-Jar of water (to rinse brushes)
-Saran wrap (small piece)

OPTIONAL: white gel pen, colored pencil, washi tape

Spring/Easter Ducks 

-Watercolor paper
-Everyday pencil and eraser
-Watercolor paint: yellow, orange, pink, blue, green
-Paint brushes
-Paint palette to mix paint on
-Paper towels
-Jar of water (to rinse brushes)
-Rubbing Alcohol and Q-tips (I will use 70% Isopropyl antiseptic alcohol)

OPTIONAL: white gel pen, colored pencils, washi tape

Spring/Easter Bunnies 

-Watercolor paper
-Everyday pencil and eraser
-Watercolor paint: yellow, blue, orange, pink, brown
-Paint brushes
-Paint palette to mix paint on
-Paper towels
-Jar of water (to rinse brushes)
-White crayon

OPTIONAL: white gel pen, colored pencils, washi tape

Colorful Peacock

-Watercolor paper
-Everyday pencil and eraser
-Watercolor paint: yellow, brown, blue, purple, green
-Paint brushes
-Paint palette to mix paint on
-Paper towels
-Jar of water (to rinse brushes)
-Rubbing Alcohol and Q-tips (I will use 70% Isopropyl antiseptic alcohol)

OPTIONAL: white gel pen, colored pencils, washi tape

Mom and Baby Opossum 

-Watercolor paper
-Everyday pencil and eraser
-Watercolor paint: pink, purple, blue, brown
-Paint brushes
-Paint palette to mix paint on
-Paper towels
-Jar of water (to rinse brushes)
-Salt (regular table salt)

OPTIONAL: white gel pen, colored pencils, washi tape
Please be aware that this course uses materials that may be harmful to your student if used inappropriately. If you think your student may use any class materials inappropriately and/or potentially cause harm, please provide adult supervision for your student.   
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(1,237)
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Welcome to my teacher page!  My name is Torri McCarrey, and I am very passionate about teaching visual arts and core curriculum.  My core curriculum courses often use an art integration approach to learning (e.g., drawing your own monster using... 
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$18

weekly
1x per week
80 min

Completed by 31 learners
Live video meetings
Ages: 10-15
1-12 learners per class

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