Even if you think you’re not artistic, I encourage you to try at least one of the art tutorials in this post! You’ll enjoy the time to yourself, build on your current skill level, and love the resulting project. Once you’re finished, you can display the project in your home, keep it in a sketchbook, or give it to a loved one!
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cross hatching:) this would make a great etching, they should definitely move to…
How to Blend Colors Beautifully with Watercolor Lettering
If you've tried watercolor lettering, you may have discovered that using multiple colors in the same piece is tougher than it looks. But there's a trick for how to blend colors well, and it's super easy! Once you learn this simple technique, you'll be mixing colors on the page like a pro and creating gorgeous pieces of lettering art!
LA and ART First draw imaginary bird....then describe it in words....then create it out of paper scraps....display on tree with descriptions in another spot on the wall (so students can try to identify the birds). Great project for another part of the school (by the front door in spring)
If you struggle with making time for creativity, try “Crayola calligraphy”! Crayola (and similar) markers are cost-effective and can be used to make some impressive projects. In this post, you’ll learn about three Crayola calligraphy paper goods that come together in just a couple of minutes!