Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Crayon Resist on Sandpaper

 

True ART is all about the JOYFUL and CAREFREE process of creating something that is inspired by the deepest part of the artist’s soul.

 

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Instructions:

Cover table with plastic table cloth or newspapers.

Encourage the children to draw outline shapes on the sandpaper with a crayon. We used a black crayon.

It is important to put emphasis on using heavy pressure when drawing with the crayon.

The next step would be to paint with Dot –A -Dot markers. 

Lastly, paint with liquid watercolors.

Please offer the children various colors of liquid watercolors and Dot A Dot markers. The children should be allowed to experiment and use their imagination.

 

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You could purchase Liquid Watercolors and Do-A-Dot markers from,

http://www.discountschoolsupply.com/Product/ProductDetail.aspx?Product=23420

http://www.discountschoolsupply.com/product/ProductDetail.aspx?product=16821

2 comments:

  1. swoon! these are gorgeous! i've done crayon and sandpaper but have never added watercolors! i love it, thank you for sharing!

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