Acrylic painting techniques and tutorial with Barbara van der Linden I Colour In Your Life
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Acrylic painting techniques and tutorial with Barbara van der Linden I Colour In Your Life

G’day viewers, my name’s Graeme Stevenson, and I’d like to invite you to come on a journey of creativity and learning and adventure through the series Colour In Your Life. There’s an artist in every family throughout the world. Lots of times there’s an artist deep down inside all of us as well. So grab your kids, your brothers, your…

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Pop Art Clay Portraits – Lesson Plan
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Pop Art Clay Portraits – Lesson Plan

MARY: In the 1950s, Andy Warhol created silkscreen portraits of celebrities using mass-produced images and non-traditional blocks of colour, which became Pop Art icons. I’m going to show you a fun and easy technique to transfer and duplicate images onto clay tiles. Then, by adding interesting colour combinations, students can create their own Pop Art self portraits. Hi, I’m Mary…

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Gouache 101 · Tips and Techniques + Paper, Brushes and Cheap vs. Expensive · SemiSkimmedMin
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Gouache 101 · Tips and Techniques + Paper, Brushes and Cheap vs. Expensive · SemiSkimmedMin

Alright you lot, welcome back to my channel. So you know I’ve been talking about making a new ‘everything you need to know about gouache’ type video for a while now, and funnily enough, the other day, Strathmore Artist Papers, they approached me asking if I would make a series of short Gouache 101 videos for their Youtube channel. So…

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How to Draw 1-Point Perspective: Step by Step
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How to Draw 1-Point Perspective: Step by Step

How to Draw using 1-Point Perspective www.circlelineartschool.com 1: Draw a horizontal line higher than the middle of your page, this is your Horizon Line. 2: Mark a cross in the centre of your horizon line, this is your Vanishing Point. 3: Draw two diagonal lines either side of your vanishing point. Think of these shapes as two long walls going…

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Simple Suminagashi – Lesson Plan
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Simple Suminagashi – Lesson Plan

(♪♪♪) JULIE: Hi, I’m Julie Davis with Blick Art Materials. If you’re a teacher, group leader, or parent, you’re going to want to watch this next demonstration because this is one of those no fail projects, where everybody gets a great result the first time they try it. It’s easy, tidy, quick, and there’s very little clean up, and the…

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Pastel Fresco Secco – Lesson Plan
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Pastel Fresco Secco – Lesson Plan

MARY: History is greatly indebted to fresco painting. Much of the knowledge we have about life in ancient times is gathered from paintings that were sealed into plaster walls and ceilings long ago. Traditional fresco is done by applying wet paint onto wet plaster. If you’ve thought about making fresco paintings in your classroom, but didn’t like the idea of…

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