Painting for Beginners: 3rd-6th Grade

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Introduction to Painting for Beginners: 3rd-6th Grade

1 Introduction: Painting for Beginners 3rd-6th Grade 05:52

For this Introduction video we will be going over what to expect during our Beginners Painting Class 3rd-6th grade, learn about the teacher and artist Mrs. W and explore some of the painting projects we will create in this class! 

Introduction to Tempera Paint and Techniques

2 Tempera Paint Introduction: Why Use Tempera Paint 10:56

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For this lesson we will go over when and how tempera paint was used throughout art history! We will learn about different artists and how art relfects the culture we live in! We will see how scientific discoveries such as oil paint changed art! 

3 Tempera Painting Techniques Demonstration 22:46

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For this lesson we will be doing 7 basic tempera techniques that will help you be successful in your artwork! The materials you will need for this lesson are: 

Tempera Paint: Multiple Colors (any colors are fine) 

Brushes: Multiple Sizes (Big and small of different types and the fan brush!) 

Painter's Tape

Q-tips

12x18 multi-media paper (or similar size) 

Pencil and Eraser

Water Bucket and Paper Towel

Paint Palette

*Optional: Ruler*

4 Tempera Painting Techniques Review and Quiz 08:29

For this lesson we will do a short review of the tempera techniques that we just accomplished! Nice job painters! Then we will take a quiz to make sure we understand the techniques! For this lesson you will need to reference your technique painting paper that you finished last lesson! 

5 Washing Brushes and Brush Care 04:16

In this lesson we will go over how to wash your brushes so that the bristles do not harden and become difficult to paint with! 

Supply List for this Lesson:

Dirty Brushes

Sink

Paper Towel 

Dish Soap/ Soap 

Project 1 Tempera: The Color Wheel

6 Introduction to the Color Wheel: All About Color 15:13

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For this lesson we will learn how artists use color in art! We will learn how the color wheel is a map for aritsts to see how color mixes! There are so many colors out there! Our color wheel is just the beginning! We will also learn about primary, secondary, and tertiary colors! Tints and shades will be covered as well before we start our very own color wheel. We will briefly cover how our eyes see color. 

7 Color Wheel Supplies and Project Choices 04:07

In this video lesson we will go over the choices for your color wheel project! 

You will be able to choose from a circle color wheel or a dragon eye color wheel! I will have templates avalible in the documents section of this lesson. 

You need to choose which one you will do before you proceede to the next lesson where we will begin our drawing steps! 

The supplies needed for this project are: 

 

Drawing Steps: 

 

  1. Ruler

  2. Pencil and Eraser

  3. 12x18 multi-media paper (or close to that size) 

  4. Sharpie or pen

 

Painting Steps:

 

  1. Paint Colors: Yellow, Red, Blue (primary colors) and Brown, Black and White (neutral colors) *we will be mixing all of the other colors for this lesson, other lessons you may use the bottle versions of the other colors if you would like*

  2. Water Bucket and Paper Towel

  3. Paint Palette Paper

  4. Palette Knife (plastic or metal is fine) 

  5. Brushes: Flat or round multiple sizes 

  6. Paint shirt or apron 

*Optional: Sharpie or permanent marker to outline with*

 

 

8 Drawing the Circle Color Wheel 16:30

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For this lesson we will draw our own color wheel, label the colors, and create sections for each color. We will create sections for tints and shades as well. Happy creating amazing artists! 

Drawing supplies needed: 

 

  1. Ruler

  2. Pencil and Eraser

  3. 12x18 multi-media paper (or close to that size)

  4. Sharpie or Pen

 

9 Drawing the Dragon Eye Color Wheel 19:20

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For this lesson we will draw our dragon eye color wheel on large paper (12x18 or similar size). We will go step-by-step over how to draw a dragon eye! We will also add flames and a claw to paint our tints and shades in! Super exciting! We will label our colors and create sections for each color in our dragon eye. Happy Creating! 

Supply list for Drawing Steps: 

 

  1. Ruler

  2. Pencil and Eraser

  3. 12x18 multi-media paper (or close to that size)

  4. Sharpie or pen 

 

10 Painting the Circle Color Wheel Step 1 23:24

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For this lesson we will begin painting our color wheel! The colors we will be using to start are red, yellow, and blue (the primary colors). We will use these color to mix the rest of our secondary and tertiary colors! 

Supplies you will need include: 

*Your circle color wheel drawing from the previous lesson

*Paint colors red, yellow, blue 

*Paint brushes: Flat or round multiple sizes

*Waterbucket and Paper towel

*Paint shirt/apron

*Palette paper (mixing paper for paint)

*Palette knife (paint mixing knife)

11 Painting the Circle Color Wheel Step 2 25:35

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For this lesson we will finish painting our color wheel! We will learn how to paint tints and shades to create value in our art! The skills you will learn in this lesson will prepare you for our future painting projects!  

Supplies needed: 

*Circle Color Wheel from previous lesson

*Tempera paint: Red, Yellow, Blue, Brown, Black, and White. 

*Painting Palette Paper 

*Palette Knife

*Brushes Multiple Sizes: flat or round

*Paint Shirt/Apron

*Water bucket and Paper Towel

 

 

12 Painting the Dragon Eye Color Wheel Step 1 23:36

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In this lesson we will begin painting our Dragon Eye Color Wheel! We will mix the primary colors to get the secondary and tertiary colors! You are becoming color scientists as you observe and experiement with color mixing! 

Supplies needed for this lesson: 

*Paint Shirt/ Apron

*Waterbucket and Paper towel

*Brushes: Flat or Round Multiple sizes

*Paint Palette Paper

*Palette Knife for mixing colors

*Tempera Paint: Red, Yellow, and Blue! 

*Optional: Color Wheel Example to look at while painting. 

13 Painting the Dragon Eye Color Wheel Step 2 29:50

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In this lesson we will finish painting our fantastic Dragon eye color wheel! We will be learning how to paint tints and shaes in order to create value in our artwork! We will be painting our claw and flame with tints and shades and finishing our color wheel! 

Supplies needed for this lesson: 

*Paint Shirt/ Apron

*Waterbucket and Paper towel

*Brushes: Flat or Round Multiple sizes

*Paint Palette Paper

*Palette Knife for mixing colors

*Tempera Paint: Red, Yellow, and Blue (primary colors)

*Tempera Paint: Brown, Black, and White ( to use to create value for tints and shades) 

*Optional: Color Wheel Example to look at while painting. 

14 Color Wheel Painting Review and Quiz 10:18

For this lesson we will do a short video review of some of the key points and skills we have learned during our Color Wheel Unit. We will then have a short quiz afterwards. 

You may use your painted color wheel when answering the questions in the Quiz. 

 

Project 2 Tempera: Pointillism and Animal Paintings on Canvas

15 Introduction to Pointillism 07:46

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In this lesson we will learn about the technique of pointillism! We will learn about current and past artists who have used pointillism in their art. You will decide and research what animal you would like to draw for your animal painting on canvas! 

Supplies: 

Computer/Animal book 

16 Tiger Drawing Option: Pointillism and Animal Painting 23:04

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In this lesson we will practice drawing a tiger for our animal painting! We will use thumbnail sketches to help us decide on the best composition (how we arrange the objects in our art) for our final painting! Step-by-step drawing of the tiger will be shown and students can follow along or add in thier own ideas too! 

Supplies needed for this lesson:

*Pencil and Eraser

*Practice paper

*Reference/idea sheet provided or your own reference/idea sheet

Optional

*Ruler 

17 Sea Turtle Drawing Option: Pointillism and Animal Painting 18:32

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In this lesson we will practice drawing a sea turtle for our animal painting! We will use thumbnail sketches to help us decide on the best composition (how we arrange the objects in our art) for our final painting! Step-by-step drawing of the sea turtle will be shown and students can follow along or add in thier own ideas too! Our animals are going to be fantastic! 

Supplies needed for this lesson:

*Pencil and Eraser

*Practice paper

*Reference/idea sheet provided or your own reference/idea sheet

Optional

*Ruler 

18 Drawing Your Chosen Animal on Canvas: Pointillism and Animal Painting 14:30

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In this lesson we will learn how to draw our animal on canvas before we start painting! We are drawing our animal first so afterwards we get to just focus on painting and pointilissm! I will be showing how to draw the tiger on canvas. You will need your drawing of the animal you chose from our last art lesson! Even though I am showing how to draw the tiger on canvas you can draw the animal you chose last lesson and see tips and tricks for how to draw on canvas in the video! If you are drawing the tiger than you can follow along! Happy Creating! Remember to draw light on your canvas! 

Supplies needed for this lesson:

*Pencil and Eraser 

*Practice Drawing of your Animal

* Canvas: 11x14 or similar size(9x12 or 12x16 are some other common sizes) 

19 Painting the Sky: Pointillism on Canvas 18:27

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In this lesson we will begin painting the background and the sky! We will focus on blending colors for a sunset. If you would like other colors in your sky you could add them as well! This basecoat will allow the canvas to soak up paint and give an under layer before we start adding our dots for pointillism! 

Supplies needed for this lesson: 

*Flat Brush:multiple sizes

*Choice of other Brushes: multiple sizes

*Palette Knife

*Paint Palette Paper

*Tempera Paint: Primary, Neutral, and choice of any other colors you would like to use

* Water bucket and Paper Towel

*Eraser

*Reference sheet if needed

*Paint shirt or Apron 

20 Painting a Base Coat on the Leaves and Ground: Pointillism on Canvas 16:45

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In this lesson we will finish up adding a basecoat to the rest of our background and details around our animal! I will be adding a base coat to the leaves around my tiger and the ground! If you have other items around your animal go ahead and add in your base coat! 

Supplies needed for this lesson: 

*Flat Brush: Multiple Sizes

*Choice of other Brushes: Multiple sizes

*Tempera Paint: Primary, Neutral, and choice of any other colors you would like to use

*Palette Knife

*Palette Paper

*Water Buecket and Paper Towel

*Eraser

*Paint Shirt or Apron 

*Reference Sheet if needed

21 Painting the Tiger: Animal and Pointillism on Canvas 22:56

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In this painting lesson we will begin painting our animal! We will begin by adding color and our base coat! I will be painting the tiger, however you can paint the animal you choose at the beginning of our project! 

Supplies needed for this lesson: 

*Round Brush: Multiple Sizes

*Choice of other Brushes: Multiple sizes

*Tempera Paint: Primary, Neutral, Orange (if you are doing the tiger) and choice of any other colors you would like to use

*Palette Knife

*Palette Paper

*Water Buecket and Paper Towel

*Eraser

*Paint Shirt or Apron 

*Reference Sheet if needed

22 Beginning Pointillism: Animal and Pointillism on Canvas 23:51

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For this lesson we will begin painting with pointillism! We will be using a Q-tip or end of brush to add in our dots for pointillism! We will start with the leaves or textures around your animal (such as coral, grass, waves,) You will need multiple Q-tips for different colors! 

Supplies needed for this lesson:

*Q-tips: Handful or more (depending on how many colors are used) 

* Tempera Paint: Green, Yellow, Neutral Colors and other colors of choice

*Water bucket and Paper Towel

*Palette Knife

*Palette Paper

*Practice Paper

*Reference Sheet

Optional

*Brushes 

 

23 Adding Pointillism to the Sky and Background: Animal and Pointillism 24:28

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In this lesson we will finish adding pointillism to the background and sky of our painting! You can add as much or as little pointillism as you would like! We will be adding pointillism clouds to the sky and using dots to get a variety of colors in the ground and river. As you are working think about what colors will make your animal stand out and create the effect you want in your art! Happy Creating and dotting! 

Supplies needed for this lesson: 

*Q-tips: A handful or more (depending on how many colors you are using) 

*Tempera Paint: Netural, Secondary, Primary, along with choice of other colors

*Water Bucket and Paper Towel

*Pallette Knife

*Pallette Paper

Optional

*Brushes (using the tip for dotting) 

*Reference sheet

*Other tools you could use to create dots 

24 Adding Pointillism to the Animal: Pointillism on Canvas 28:10

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In this lesson we will add pointillism to our chosen animal! We will think about different colors we want to add to our animal to create depth and make our animal stand out! We will use tints and shades to create shadows in our animal! You may use as much or as little pointillism that will make your animal and idea stand out! Happy Creating! 

Supplies needed for this lesson: 

*Q-tips: A Handful or More(depending on how many colors you use) 

*Small Round Brush (for details in the eyes of your animal) 

*Tempera Paint: Netural, Primary, and Secondary colors plus choice of other colors

*Water Bucket and Paper Towel 

*Palette Paper

*Palette Knife 

Optional

*Brushes

*Reference Sheet 

25 Final Step: Pointillism and Animal Painting on Canvas 12:49

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In this lesson we will take pride in finishing the details in our amazing pointillism and canvas inspired animal painting! In the video we will be adding a darker shade to the stripes along with whiskers, and detail in the fur! Think about what detail you can add to your animal to make your idea and animal stand out! 

Supplies needed for this lesson: 

*Q-Tips: A Handful or More (depending on how many colors you are using) 

*Tempera Paint: Netural, Secondary, and Primary colors along with choice of colors. 

*Water Bucket and Paper Towel

*Palette Knife

*Palette Paper

*Small Round Brush (for adding small details to the whiskers for the tiger)

Optional

*Brushes: Multiple Sizes

*Reference Sheet 

26 Pointillism and Animal Painting on Canvas Review and Quiz 12:26

For this lesson we will review the key points we have learned in creating our fantastic artwork! We will then take our Quiz after the review. The points we review are important as you will use these key techniques and ideas as you continue to paint and create artwork! 

Project 3 Tempera: Pop Art Food Paintings

27 Introduction to Pop Art 11:42

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In this lesson we will learn about the style of Pop art! We will discover aritsts from the past and present that work in this style of art! We will take a look at different examples of Pop art! Inspiration will take a hold of us as we see different artworks and prepare to create our very own Pop art food Painting! 

28 Pop Art Food Drawing (Cupcake): 1st Step 19:03

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In this lesson we will begin drawing our Pop Art cupcake! During the lesson we will be drawing our cupcake tin on large Multi-Media paper! Of course you can add in your own ideas and draw another food besides a cupcake. We will have a cupcake reference pictures added to this lesson. If you choose a different food, you will need to look at other pictures of the food you are drawing. Watch the video to learn how to draw from looking at a picture and adding in your own style! I will be showing how to draw a cupcake tin step-by-step! 

Supplies needed for this lesson: 

*12x18 Multi-Media paper or similar size (11x14-12x18) 

-Multi-Media paper is paper that is able to handle drawing and painting on. 

*Pencil and Eraser

*Reference sheets: Cupcake Reference sheets provided in documents. Or students can use reference sheets of food of their choice. 

*Your Imaginatoin! 

29 Pop Art Food Drawing (Cupcake): 2nd Step 14:28

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In this lesson we will finish the drawing of our fantastic Pop art food drawing. We will be drawing swirls of frosting and delicious decorations! We will also adding a fun background that will make our cupcake or chosen food stand out! 

Supplies needed for this lesson: 

*12x18 Multi- Media Drawing paper (Drawing from previous lesson) 

*Pencil and Eraser

*Reference Sheets

*Your imagination! 

 

30 Choosing a Color Scheme: Pop Art Food Paintings 08:21

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In this lesson we will go over different color schemes and see how artists and designers have used color schemes in their artwork and advertsing to get people interested in their art and products! You can decide what color schemes you will try out in your pop art food painting! Happy choosing awesome artists! 

31 Painting the Cupcake Tin Step 1: Pop Art Food Painting 18:28

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For this sweet lesson we will start by painting our cupcake tin! We will focus on tints and shades when painting our cupcake tin. This will give the illusion that our painted cupcake paper tin bends back and forth like a realy cupcake tin would. The tints and shades will also help us achieve the texture of a cupcake tin with all its ridges! 

Supplies for this lesson: 

*Tempera Paint: Neutral Colors and Variety of Colors (think about your cupcake/food flavor and color scheme!)

*Water Bucket and Paper Towel

*Palette Paper

*Palette Knife

*Small Round or Flat Brush plus choice of other brushes as needed

*Reference Sheet

*Cupake/ Food Drawing from previous lesson

*Pen or Sharpie

 

 

32 Painting the Cupcake Tin Step 2: Pop Art Food Painting 12:29

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For this lesson we will finish up painting the cupcake tin and start painting our cupcake! We will continue to focus on painting the tints and shades of our desired cupcake color and flavor! We will also begin paitning the cupcake! 

Supplies needed for this lesson: 

*Your Cupcake/Food Painting

*Water Bucket and Paper Towel

*Palette Knife

*Palette Paper

*Small round/flat brush along with other brushes: multiple sizes

*Reference Sheet 

*Tempera Paint: Neutral Colors and choice of colors 

33 Painting the Frosting: Pop Art Food Paintings 18:53

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For this lesson we will focus on paitning the texture of swirled frosting! We will see how to use tints with frosting to create a light texture. Of course, add in your own ideas from your imagination as well! We will see step-by-step how to add in chocolate chips too! 

Supplies needed for this lesson: 

*Food/Cupcake Painting from previous lesson

*Tempera Paint: Variety of colors depending on what colors you are choosing for your frosing/ food.

*Tempera Paint: Neutral Colors for tints and shads. 

*Water Bucket and Paper Towel

*Brushes: Variety of round and flat. Multiple medium and small sizes

*Reference Sheet

34 Final Steps: Pop Art Food Paintings 22:10

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For this lesson we will finish up our Pop Art Food Paintings Cupcake Style! We will complete our cherry/ cupcake toppers and add in the reflection on the plate or stand for our food. Our background will be bold and bright in traditional Pop Art Style! Remember to think about your color schemes and what colors will make your Pop art food stand out! Happy Painting! 

Supplies for this lesson: 

*Painting on Multi-Media Paper from Previous lesson

* Water Bucket and Paper Towel

*Brushes: Variety of Brush Types: Sizes: Large, Medium, and Small needed. 

*Tempera Paint: Variety of colors based on color scheme chosen

*Tempera Paint: Netural colors for tints and shades

*Reference Sheet

35 Review and Quiz of Pop Art Food Paintings 10:05

For this lesson we will review the important techniques we learned in our pop art food painting! We will review some color schemes, how we did our reflection and a reminder of what pop art is! We then will take our quiz! 

Introduction to Watercolor

36 Introduction to Watercolor 09:56

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For this lesson we will learn about current artists and artists from art hisotry who have used watercolor paints to express their ideas! Watercolor paints are a medium that has been around for centuries and has a rich history in many cultures! Get ready to see some fantastic art and be inspired to create your own! 

37 Watercolor Techniques Part 1 22:36

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For this lesson we will learn multiple watercolor techniques! The students will get to use materials such as salt and plastic wrap to achieve different textures in watercolor! We will also learn how to do a graded wash and how to blend watercolor paints! 

Supplies needed for this lesson: 

  1. Watercolor Paper 11x15 (or similar size)

  2. Pencil, Ruler, and Eraser

  3. Paint shirt or apron

  4. Watercolor Tray 

  5. Brushes various sizes of round and flat (multi-media brushes or watercolor brushes) 

  6. Water bucket and paper towel 

  7. Salt *

  8. Plastic Wrap*

*The salt and plastic wrap can even be the kind you use in your kitchen! Ask your family for permission to use.

 

 

38 Watercolor Techniques Part 2 19:00

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For this lesson we will finish up our watercolor techniques! We will try out splattering, painting with a sponge, and much more! These techniques will help us be successful as we continue our journey into watercolor painting! 

Supplies needed for this lesson: 

  1. Watercolor Paper from previous lesson

  2. Paint shirt or apron

  3. Pencil and eraser

  4. Watercolor Tray

  5. Brushes: multiple sizes, round and flat

  6. Crayons for resist: white and colors of student choice

  7. Painting sponges or sponges around your home

  8. Waterbuckets (x2) and paper towel

*1st  water bucket for cool and neutral colors: blue, brown, black, purple, and green 

*2nd water bucket for warm colors: yellow, red, and orange

(2 waterbucktes are optional,  but nice so when using light colors like yellow, it doesn’t get tinted from your water bucket)

 

 

39 Watercolor Techniques Review and Quiz 13:42

In this lesson we will go over the multiple techniques we learned during the last 3 lessons! Our quiz will cover techniques and some brief history of watercolor! 

Project 1 Watercolor: Hawaiian Waves

40 Introduction and Ideas to Hawaiian Waves Project 19:14

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In this fun filled lesson we will take a look at  current Hawaiian artists Heather Brown and Emily Miller to be inspired and create our own wave painting! We will also learn how to arrange objects in our picture to create a balance for our eye! We will learn about asymetry and symmetry! Then we will sketch out and brainstorm our ideas. We will choose our favorite thumbnail sketch to draw as our final idea in our next lesson! 

Supplies needed for this lesson: 

  1. Practice Paper

  2. Pencil

  3. Eraser

  4. Sharpener if needed

  5. Reference/ Idea sheet  

  6. Optional(Ruler)

 

41 Drawing Idea on Watercolor Paper and Starting the Background 18:02

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In this lesson we will draw our favorite idea on our Watercolor Paper! After we have our idea drawn we will outline in black crayon to make our idea stand out and then we will paint our first layer/wash in the background! 

Supplies needed for this lesson

Drawing Portion:

  1. Idea/Thumbnail sketches from last lesson

  2. Watercolor Paper 11x15 or similar size

  3. Pencil and Eraser

  4. Black Crayon to outline

  5. *Optional Ruler 

Painting Portion:

  1. Watercolor Tray

  2. Waterbuckets (x2) and paper towel 

  3. Brush multiple sizes: Flat brush for background sky

  4. Paint shirt or Apron 

  5. Technique sheet and tools needed for techniques your student chooses.

 

42 Step 2 of Painting: Adding Waves and Water Along with Detail to the Rock 19:10

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For this lesson we will add detaails in our background and start our 2nd layer! We will see some ways to add details to rocks and then we will start adding in our water and waves! 

Supplies needed for this lesson: 

  1. Watercolor Painting from last lesson 

  2. Paint shirt or apron

  3. Technique sheet and choice of technique tools you will need. 

  • I will be using a sponge,salt, and crayon, but you can use other tools and techniques we learned during our technique lessons! 

  1. Water Bucket x2 and paper towel 

  2. Watercolor Tray 

  3. Brushes multiple sizes: flat, round, and detail brushes

 

43 Final Step: Watercolor Painting Project: Adding Layers, Details, and Optional Oil Pastels 21:23

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In this lesson we will finish up our Hawaiian Wave Inspired Watercolor Painting Project! We will finish adding any layers we want to create depoth and paint in our details in the foreground (what is closest to us in the picture)! Rremember to add in your own details too! 

Supplies needed for this lesson:

  1. *Optional:Oil pastels 

  2. Watercolor Painting from last lesson

  3. Watercolor Tray 

  4. Paint shirt or apron 

  5. Technique sheet and choice of technique tools

  • I will be using sponge again this lesson, remember you can use other tools and techniques we learned during our technique lessons! 

  1. Waterbuckets x2 and paper towel

  2. Brushes: Multiple sizes: Large, medium, and small!

 

44 Watercolor Hawaiian Waves Inspired Project Review and Quiz 13:11

For this lesson we will review our some of the key techniques we learned and some discoveries we made while creating our Hawaiian Wave Inspired Painting! We will then take our quiz. 

Project 2 Watercolor: Fireworks

45 Introduction to Fireworks Watercolor Painting Project and Thumbnail Sketches 14:46

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For this fun filled lesson we will learn about artists who have painted fireworks throughout art history! We mainly focus on James Whislter and current artists! We will even take a look at some real fireworks to inspire us. During this lesson we will sketchout our ideas and inspiration in some thumbnail sketches to help us brainstorm! 

Supplies needed for this lesson: 

  1. Practice Paper

  2. Pencil and Eraser

  3. *Optional: Ruler

  4. *Optional: Idea sheets and references 

 

46 1st Step Fireworks Painting: Taping, Drawing and Painting the 1st Layer 18:19

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For this lesson we will first tape down our watercolor paper to a cardboard backing since we will be adding quite a few layers to this painting! Taping down our artwork will give us a nice clean border around the edges and it will also keep our paper from being sneaky and rolling up on us while we are painting because of all of our layers! We will then draw in our favorite idea from the last lesson and start our first layer in the sky! 

Supplies needed for this lesson: 

  1. Watercolor Paper 11x15 or similar size

  2. Thumbnail sketches/idea sheet from previous lesson. 

  3. Ruler

  4. Painters tape ( can be bought from art store or home improvement store) 

  5. Pencil and Eraser

  6. Cardboard a little larger than 11x15 or a little larger than your paper size ( can use recycled cardboard from an old box, just needs to lay flat.) 

  7. Crayon and Oil Pastel: White and Multiple Colors

  8. Watercolor Tray

  9. Brushes: Flat Large or Round Large

  10. Water bucket and Paper Towel

  11. Paint shirt or Apron.

 

47 Step 2 Fireworks Painting: Adding Layers to the Sky 20:09

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In this lesson we will really add in quite a few layers to our sky! We will pull out our tube watercolors of black and blue to help us achieve a beeautiful deep and dark night sky color to controst our bright fireworks! Layers and patience will be key to getting a beautiful dark sky color! Inbetween the dryint times of our sky layers  we will also begin adding detail in the background and adding some firework reflection to the water! 

Supplies needed for this lesson: 

  1. Watercolor Painting from previous lesson 

  2. Crayon and/or Oil Pastels: Multiple colors 

  3. Watercolor Tray

  4. Brushes: Flat Large or Round and other multiple sizes 

  5. Tube Watercolors: Blue, Black (can be found at your local art store, look for student grade watercolors.) 

  6. Watercolor and Paper Towel

  7. Paint Shirt and Apron

 

48 Step 3 Fireworks Painting: Adding Oil Pastels, Water, and Another Layer to the Sky 27:03

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For this fun filled lesson we will be adding oil pastels to our fireworks to get bright, bold colors which will contrast with our night sky that we are working so hard on! Think about the colors you are using as you design your fireworks! Then we will add one more layer to the sky, add any other details to the background and start our water! What a fun day! 

Supplies needed for this lesson: 

  1. Watercolor Painting from previous lesson

  2. Oil pastels: white and multiple colors 

  3. Watercolor Tray

  4. Water Bucket and Paper Towel

  5. Tube Watercolors: Blue and Black

  6. Brushes: Large Flat brush and smaller round or flat brush

  7. Paint shirt and Apron

 

49 Step 4 Fireworks Painting: More Oil Pastels and Details to the Water and Background 25:44

Picture of Step 4 Fireworks Painting: More Oil Pastels and Details to the Water and Background

In this fun lesson we will add more details to our fireworks with oil pastels to really bring out our bright colors! We then will add details to our background and our water! 

Supplies needed for this lesson: 

  1. Watercolor Painting from previous lesson

  2. Oil Pastels: white and multiple colors

  3. Watercolor Tray

  4. Watercolor Bucket and Paper Towel

  5. Brushes: multiple sizes: flat, round, and blender.

  6. Tube Watercolors: Black and Blue

  7. *Optional Sponge

 

50 Final Step Watercolor Fireworks: Finishing Touches and Removing the Tape 07:29

Picture of Final Step Watercolor Fireworks: Finishing Touches and Removing the Tape

In this lesson we will add in a few details with oil pastel to our water! We then will get to peel the tape off the edges to reveal a nice border/outline around our painitng! Your painting must be dry to take off the tape or it will rip. 

Supplies needed: 

  1. Watercolor Painting from previous lesson. 

  2. Oil pastels

 

51 Mini-Lesson: Cleaning your Paint Tray 00:47

In this short mini-lesson we will see how to clean out our paint tray after mixing paints in the top lid of our tray. This will keep our tray lid clean for future use! 

52 Fireworks Painting Review and Quiz 03:00

For this lesson we will review some of the key techniques and ideas we learned and explored in our Fireworks Inspired Painting! We will then take our quiz! 

Introduction to Acrylic Paint

53 Introduction to Acrylic Paint 09:35

Picture of Introduction to Acrylic Paint

For this fun lesson we will talk about the more recent discovery of acrylic paint in relationship to art history. It was discovered in the 1950s which is much more recent than the use of watercolors as we know! Current artists have been expierementing with acylics and even pushing the paint medium to its' limits! I am so excited to share some fantastic artists and their artwork with you in this lesson! 

54 Mini-Lesson: Tips and Tricks for Saving Acrylic Paint 02:27

For this lesson we will go over some tips and tricks for saving your acrylic paint! Sometimes you may have some paint left over on your palette paper at the end of a lesson. We will see how to save it for the next day in this short mini-lesson. 

55 Techniques of Acrylic Paint Step 1 27:06

Picture of Techniques of Acrylic Paint Step 1

For this lesson we will review color mixing and learn about the importance of color mixing in acrylic paint! We will have a brief overview of techniques and then get started on our own techniques! 

Supplies needed:

  1. Canvas paper: 9x12 or similar size

  2. Ruler

  3. Pen or Pencil and Eraser or Template from online 

  4. Acrylic Paint: You will need the Primary Colors: red, yellow, and blue and Neutral Colors:brown, white and black. 

*I will be using level 1 beginner grade acrylic paint and a few level 2 acrylic paints. Since we are just beginning our journey with acrylic paint, I would recommend getting the level 1 paints. If your student really loves acrylic paint after they have gotten started, then getting some level 2 student grade acrylic paints would be worth it! 

  1. Brushes: Multiple sizes and kinds

  2. Palette Paper 

  3. Palette Knife 

  4. Water bucket and Paper Towel

Paint shirt or Apron (Acrylic paint does not come out of clothes! Wear a paint shirt or clothes you don’t mind getting dirty)

 

Remember to paint in an area that is ventilated when using acrylic paint. A small tight space isn't good becuase sometimes acrylic paint can smell. Keep the door open in the room you are using, and if possible open a window to allow fresh air in.  

56 Techniques of Acrylic Paint Step 2 29:37

Picture of Techniques of Acrylic Paint Step 2

For this lesson we will finish up our acrylic painting techniques! We will try out sponging, stippling, and some fun blending too! Take your time and do your best! Remember acrylic paint does not come out of our clothes so wear a paint shirt/apron or clothes that you don't mind getting dirty! 

Supplies needed: 

  1. Canvas paper/ Technique sheet from last lesson. 

  2. Toothbrush or Coarse brush for splatter

  3. Painters tape

  4. Glaze *optional (gloss gel medium, can be found at your local art store)

  5. Pencil or pen if needed to write down techniques. 

  6. Palette Paper

  7. Palette Knife

  8. Sponge

  9. Water bucket and Paper Towel

  10. Acrylic Paint: Neutral Colors: brown, black and white.  Primary Colors: red, yellow, and blue. Along with a choice of other colors. 

  • I will also be using violet and violet dioxazine. 

  1. Brushes: Multiple sizes and kinds, a fan brush, along with medium to small flat brush for blending. 

Paint shirt or Apron (Acrylic paint does not come out of clothes! Wear a paint shirt or clothes you don’t mind getting dirty).

57 Acrylic Techniques Quiz and Review 03:57

In this lesson we will review some of the key acrylic paint techniques we have learned! We will use these techniques in our upcoming projects! After our review we will take our quiz! 

Project 1 Acrylic Paint: Blending

58 Introduction and Drawing Step: Seascape Blending Acrylic Paint Project 13:28

Picture of Introduction and Drawing Step: Seascape Blending Acrylic Paint Project

For this lesson we will learn about different seascape artsts through out art history and today! We will also do some brainstorming and thumbnail sketches for our own blended seascape! We will also draw our idea out on our canvas in order to be ready to paint next lesson! Remember to think about your composition! How you arrange your ideas in your painting! 

Supplies needed for this lesson

  1. Pencil and Eraser

  2. Practice Paper

  3. Canvas 12x16 or similar size

  4. Idea sheet or reference sheet ( I have provided a picture in the resources, but you could use your own picture as well!)

 

59 Step 2 Acrylic Seascape: Painting and Blending the Sky 28:03

Picture of Step 2 Acrylic Seascape: Painting and Blending the Sky

For this lesson we will do more color mixing and really get into our blending for the sky! Remember Acrylic paints don't come out of clothes unless you are very lucky. Wear a paint shirt or apron! *Elbows also tend to get dirty when working with the table easel becuase of resting your arm on the table, roll up your sleves to avoid paint. * 

Supplies needed: 

  1. Palette Paper

  2. Palette Knife

  3. Canvas from previous lesson 

  4. Idea or Reference sheet

  5. Paint shirt or Apron (remember Acrylic paint does not come out of clothes! Wear clothes you don’t mind getting dirty!) 

  6. Table Easel or similar type of Easel

  7. Brushes: Large Flat and multiple sizes

  8. Water Bucket and Paper Towel

  9. Acrylic Paint colors: multiple types of blue (2-3) , white, red, violet, and yellow

  • I will be using Phthalo Blue, Cobalt Blue, and Ultramarine, 

  • Titanium White, Crimson Red, Violet Dioxazine, and Naples Yellow. 

  1. *Optional: Plastic wrap for covering paints if you have leftovers

  2. *Optional: Technique sheet for referencing techniques

 

60 Step 3 Acrylic Seascape: Adding in the Waves 27:10

Picture of Step 3 Acrylic Seascape: Adding in the Waves

For this lesson we will be adding in our waves! The waves will lightly reflect the sunset in our sky! Becuase of this, we will be using similar colors from our last lesson with a few more added in! 

Supplies needed:

  1. Palette Paper

  2. Palette Knife

  3. Canvas from previous lesson

  4. Idea or Reference sheet

  5. Brushes: Multiple sizes and kinds. 

  6. Paint shirt or Apron (remember Acrylic paint does not come out of clothes! Wear clothes you don’t mind getting dirty!)

  7. Table Easel or similar type of Easel

  8. Paper towel and Water Bucket

  9. Acrylic Paint Colors: Multiple types of blue (2-3), white, red, yellow, violet, turquoise, black

  • I will be using Phthalo Blue, Cobalt Blue, and Ultramarine, 

  • Titanium White, Crimson Red, Violet Dioxazine, and Naples Yellow.

  • Mars Black, Turquoise (blue plus a little of yellow), and Brilliant Yellow

Remember you don’t need to have the exact same colors as me, I am listing them in case you are interested or want the same colors. 

  1. *Optional: Plastic Wrap for covering and saving leftover paint

  2. *Optional: Technique sheet for referencing techniques

 

61 Final Step Acrylic Seascape Painting: Clouds, Moon, and Boat 21:30

Picture of Final Step Acrylic Seascape Painting: Clouds, Moon, and Boat

For this lesson we will be adding in our final details! Know that we have our background layer for the sky and water done we can add in the clouds and moon in the sky! In the water we can add in our boat! Don't forget to sign you fantastic painting! 

Supplies needed for this lesson:

  1. Palette Paper

  2. Palette Knife

  3. Canvas from previous lesson

  4. Table Easel or similar Easel

  5. Reference/ Idea sheet

  6. Paint shirt or Apron (remember Acrylic paint does not come out of clothes! Wear clothes you don’t mind getting dirty!)

  7. Acrylic Paint Colors: Multiple types of blue (2-3), white, red, yellow, violet, turquoise, black (same colors as previous lesson with more use of black) 

  • I will be using Phthalo Blue, Cobalt Blue, and Ultramarine, 

  • Titanium White, Crimson Red, Violet Dioxazine, and Naples Yellow.

  • Mars Black, Turquoise (blue plus a little of yellow), and Brilliant Yellow

  1. Paper Towel and Water Bucket

  2. Brushes: Multiple kinds: Small detail and flat

  3. *Optional: Plastic wrap to cover extra paints

  4. *Optional: Technique sheet for referencing techniques

 

62 Acrylic Seascape Painting and Blending Quiz 13:09

For this lesson we will review some of the techniques we learned in our blended seascape! We will go over how we got our smooth effect in the sky verses the texture of the waves in our water and much more! 

Project 2 Acrylic Paint: Waterfall Palette Knife Painting

63 Introduction to Palette Knife Painting Waterfall Project 22:01

Picture of Introduction to Palette Knife Painting Waterfall Project

For this fun lesson we will learn about landscapes throughout art history and will talk about how light and shadows are important in landscape paintings! We will also start drawing our waterfall idea on canvas! I will not show thumbnail sketches in the video, but my amazing artists you are welcome to do some thumbnail sketches on your own to help you pick the best composition! 

Supplies for this lesson: 

Canvas: 16x20 or similar size

Pencil (draw lightly on canvas) 

Eraser

Reference Picture/Idea Sheet

*Optional : paper for thumbnail sketches

64 1st Step of Palette Knife Painting: The Sky 18:14

Picture of 1st Step of Palette Knife Painting: The Sky

For this fun lesson we will begin painting our canvas with our Palette Knife! We will start with the sky and then add in part of our tree line! We will start with the background and work towards the foreground of our painting, thinking about where the light is coming from in our sky! Wear a paint shirt and get ready for some fun painting! 

Supplies needed for this lesson: 

  1. Easel (Table Easel or other)

  2. Canvas from last lesson (16x20 or similar size) 

  3. Palette Knife

  4. Palette Paper

  5. Choice of brushes 

  6. Reference Picture/Idea Sheet

  7. Paint Shirt (Acrylic paint does not come out of our clothes) 

  8. Water bucket and Paper Towel 

  9. Acrylic Paint: Blue, Yellow, White, Violet, Green, 

  • The paint colors I will be using are Titanium White, Cobalt Blue, Turquoise, Violet, Phthalo Green, Yellow Ochre, Brilliant Yellow, and Ultramarine Blue.

Remember you don’t need to have the exact same colors as me, I am listing them in case you are interested or want the same colors.

      10*Optional: Plastic wrap for covering paints if you have leftovers

Remember to paint in an area that is ventilated when using acrylic paint. A small tight space isn't good becuase sometimes acrylic paint can smell. Keep the door open in the room you are using, and if possible open a window to allow fresh air in. 

 

 

65 2nd Step of Palette Knife Painting: Finishing the Tree Line and Starting the Rocks 24:44

Picture of 2nd Step of Palette Knife Painting: Finishing the Tree Line and Starting the Rocks

For this lesson we will finish the 2nd tree line in our background! We will use different types of yellows mixed with green to make this tree line stand out from the first. Then we will start mixing our netrual tones for the rocks and have some fun creating rocks with our palette knife! The palette knife is a great tool for making rocky edges and textures, so these rocks are sure to be quite fun! 

Supplies needed: 

  1. Easel (Table Easel or other) 

  2. Canvas from last lesson (16x20 or similar size) 

  3. Palette Knife

  4. Palette Paper

  5. Choice of brushes and small detail brush

  6. Reference Picture/Idea sheet 

  7. Paint Shirt (Acrylic paint does not come out of our clothes) 

  8. Water bucket and paper towel

  9. Acrylic Paint: White, Black, Green, Yellow, Brown (2-3 types), Violet, Red, and Blue 

  • The paint colors I will be using are: 

Trees: Titanium White, Yellow Ochre, Brilliant Yellow, Phthalo Green

Rock colors: Cobalt Blue,Violet Dioxazine, Burnt Umber, Phthalo Blue, Yellow Ochre, Brilliant Red, and Mars Black

Remember you don’t need to have the exact same colors as me, I am listing them in case you are interested or want the same colors.

      11.*Optional: Plastic wrap for covering paints if you have leftovers

 

66 3rd Step of Palette Knife Painting: Finishing the Rocks 19:08

Picture of 3rd Step of Palette Knife Painting: Finishing the Rocks

For this lesson we will finish painting the lights and shadows in our rocks around our waterfall! We will mix multiple colors and tints and shades of those colors! This will help us show the crevasse and cracks in the rocks and also where the light is shinning on the rocks! Get ready for some fun palette knife painting amazing artists! 

Supplies needed: 

  1. Easel (Table Easel or other) 

  2. Canvas from previous lesson

  3. Palette Knife

  4. Palette Paper 

  5. Choice of brushes and small detail round brush

  6. Reference Picture/Idea Sheet 

  7. Paint Shirt (Acrylic paint does not come out of our clothes)

  8. Water bucket and paper towel

  9. Acrylic Paint: White, Yellow, Blue (2 types) , Violet, Red, Brown (2 types), Black

  • The paint colors I will be using are: 

Rock colors: Titanium White, Cobalt Blue,Violet Dioxazine, Burnt Umber, Phthalo Blue, Cobalt Blue, Yellow Ochre, Brilliant Yellow, Brilliant Red, and Mars Black

Remember you don’t need to have the exact same colors as me, I am listing them in case you are interested or want the same colors.

     10. *Optional: Plasticwrap for covering paints if you have leftovers

67 4th and Final Step of Palette Knife Painting: Adding in the Rocks and Trees 26:23

Picture of 4th and Final Step of Palette Knife Painting: Adding in the Rocks and Trees

For this lesson we will go ahead and add some trees and shrubbery by the rocks that surround our watefall! The final step will be to paint in the waterfall itself!

Supplies needed: 

  1. Easel (Table Easel or other) 

  2. Canvas from last lesson (16x20 or similar size) 

  3. Palette Knife

  4. Palette Paper

  5. Choice of brushes and medium or small fan brush

  6. Reference Picture/Idea sheet 

  7. Paint Shirt (Acrylic paint does not come out of our clothes) 

  8. Water bucket and paper towel

  9. Acrylic Paint: White, Yellow, Green, Blue, Mixed grey tone from last lesson, Brown, Violet, Red

  • The paint colors I will be using are: 

Tree, Grass, and Shrubbery Colors:Titanium White, Phthalo Green, Yellow Ochre, Phthalo Blue, and Brilliant Yellow

Waterfall Colors: Titanium White, Cobalt Blue, Yellow Ochre, (Grey from last lesson: Burnt Umber, Mars Black,Violet Dioxazine, a little bit of red and yellow) 

     10. *Optional: Any leftover paints from last lesson for touch ups or for adding rocks in the waterfall

 

 

68 Quiz Review and Overview of Course 03:15

For this lesson we will review for our final quiz! We will also reflect on some of our favroite painting projects and mediums ( painting materials) that we did in our class! 

Painting for Beginners 3rd-6th Grade

Course Overview

In this course we will be exploring 3 different painting mediums! We will start out with learning the basics of tempera paint, then continue onto watercolor, and finish with learning acrylic painting and techniques. Canvas and paper will be used to paint on, and supply lists will be provided. There will be an overview supply list and then supply lists provided with each lesson.

There will be 2 projects per medium with a total of 6 main project paintings. There will also be technique lessons for each medium and color wheel lessons when we start with tempera paint. The pacing of the lessons is to help all artists be successful. Some students may need to pause the videos, while others will continue through. I always like to tell my amazing artists that art is not a race, but about taking our time and doing our best! We will start out with learning the basics and as the students learn and grow, we will build upon our prior knowledge and take our art to the next level! The final project will be an acrylic painting on canvas with the size being around 16x20! 

Please make sure that your artist is dressed to make a mess. Watercolor and tempera paint will come out of clothes, however acrylic paint will not and will stain. Once they reach the acrylic painting lessons please make sure they have an apron or paint shirt and are wearing clothes they do not mind getting messy.

I will have an introduction to each project where we look at art history and get inspired to create our own art! There will be sources and extra resources that will go along with these lessons for further study if your artist is interested. There will be quizzes after the finial lesson of each project. In the quizzes we will review key techniques and reflect upon the artwork we have created! 

Thank you so much for beginning your artists journey of painting with this class! I am so excited to teach your artists and to help them grow in their art! 

This course includes:

  •          3 Units (Tempera paint Basics, Watercolor Basics, and Acrylic Basics)
  •          3 Projects for Tempera Paint
  •          2 Projects for Watercolor Paint
  •          2 Projects for Acrylic Paint
  •          Technique lessons for each 3 painting Mediums total of 13 technique lessons
  •          68 Video lessons
  •          17 Hours of Video! 
  •          10 Quizzes (1 after each project and technique lessons) 
  •          10 Quiz Answer sheets 
  •          10 Sources and Extra Resources documents 
  •          References and Idea sheets (17 total)
  •          Templates for Techniques and Color Wheel (5 total)
  •          Supply list for each materials/painting lesson
  •          Power Points (10 total)
  •          Tips and Tricks Guides (3 total)
  •          Vocabulary and Review Sheets (10 total)

 

Course Goals and Objectives: 

Students will learn and apply techniques in the form of tempera paint, watercolor paint, and acrylic paint. 

Students will understand the importance of and application of color mixing in their art projects. 

Students will experiment with the different paint types and grow in their creativity and ideation. 

Students will successfully create 6 painting projects that showcase the skills and creativity they have learned throughout this course. 

 

Suggested Target Audience: 

3rd-6th grade students interested in learning multiple painting mediums: Tempera, Watercolor, and Acrylic. Grade levels up to 8th grade would be applicable as well if having no prior painting experience.

 

Course Requirements:

No prior courses are required to complete this course.

 

Course Topics:

Unit 1.  Introduction to Tempera Paint and Techniques

Lessons

Tempera Paint Introduction (1 lesson)

Tempera Paint Techniques Painting (1 lesson)

Tempera Painting Techniques Review and Quiz (1 lesson)

Washing Brushes and Brush Care (1 lesson)

Project 1. Tempera: The Color Wheel Painting Project

Introduction to the Color Wheel! (1 lesson)

Color Wheel Supplies and Project Choices (1 lesson)

Drawing the Circle Color Wheel (1 lesson)

Drawing the Dragon Eye Color Wheel (1 lesson)

Painting the Circle Color Wheel (2 lessons)

Painting the Dragon eye Color Wheel (2 lessons)

Color Wheel Painting Review and Quiz (1 lesson)  

Project 2. Tempera: Pointillism and Animal Paintings on Canvas

Introduction to Pointillism and Animal Painting (1 lesson)

Tiger Drawing Option (1 lesson)

Sea Turtle Drawing Option (1 lesson)

Drawing on Canvas (1 lesson)

Painting the Base Coat on the Sky, Leaves, Ground, and Animal (3 lessons)

Painting with Pointillism (4 lessons)  

Pointillism and Animal Painting Review and Quiz (1 lesson)

Project 3 Tempera: Pop Art Food Painting

Introduction to Pop Art (1 lesson)

Pop Art Food Drawing (2 lessons)

Choosing a Color Scheme (1 lesson)

Painting the Cupcake Tin and Frosting (3 lessons)

Painting the Background (1 lesson)

Pop Art Food Painting Review and Quiz (1 lesson)

Unit 2. Introduction to Watercolor Paint and Techniques

Lessons

Watercolor Paint Introduction (1 lesson)

Watercolor Techniques Painting (2 lessons)

Watercolor Techniques Review and Quiz (1 lesson)

Project 1.  Watercolor. Hawaiian Waves Inspired Painting

Introduction to Hawaiian Waves Project (1 lesson)

Drawing on Watercolor Paper and Starting the Background (1 lesson)

Painting the Waves and Water (1 lesson)

Adding Layers and Optional use of Multi-Media with Oil Pastels (1 lesson)

Watercolor Hawaiian Waves Inspired Project Review and Quiz (1 lesson)

Project 2. Watercolor. Fireworks Painting

Introduction to Fireworks Watercolor Painting Project (1 lesson)

Taping and Drawing Watercolor Paper and Painting the Sky (1 lesson)

Adding Layers to the Sky (1 lesson)

Adding Oil Pastels to the Fireworks and More Layers (2 lessons)

Finishing Touches and Taking off the Tape (1 lesson)

Cleaning your Paint Tray (1 mini-lesson)

Fireworks Painting Review and Quiz (1 lesson)

Unit 3. Introduction to Acrylic Paint and Techniques

Lessons

Introduction to Acrylic Paint (1 lesson)

Tips and Tricks on Saving your Acrylic Paint (1 mini-lesson)

Acrylic Painting Techniques (2 lessons)

Acrylic Painting Techniques Review and Quiz (1 lesson)

Project 1. Seascape Blending

Introduction and Drawing to Seascape Blending Project (1 lesson)

Painting the Sky and Blending (1 lesson)

Adding in the Waves (1 lesson)

Adding in Details: Clouds, Moon, and Boat (1 lesson)

Acrylic Seascape Painting and Blending Review and Quiz (1 lesson)

Project 2. Palette Knife Waterfall Painting

Introduction to Palette Knife and Waterfall Painting Project (1 lesson)

Painting the Sky (1 lesson)

Painting the Horizon Line and Starting the Rocks (1 lesson)

Painting in the Rocks, Trees, and Waterfall (2 lessons)

Palette Knife Painting Review and Quiz: Course Overview (1 lesson)

 

  • Teacher: Kaitlyn
  • Areas of expertise: Art and Education
  • Education: Double Major: Studio Art and Art Education
  • Interests: Biking, Hiking, Soccer, Painting, Printmaking, Ceramics, Street Art, Drawing, photography and Piano
  • Skills: Artist, Composer, Educator
  • Associations: Advocate Director on Art Center Board
  • Issues I care about: Engaging students in creativity, imagination, and growing their skills. Engaging the community in art.

I am an art educator during the school year. During the summer months I create my own curriculum and teach multiple age levels through local art centers. I currently am focusing on acrylic painting and photography in my own artwork. I thoroughly enjoy teaching art and being creative through my profession and helping others be creative as well!

Digital Quizzes and Tests Answer Key

Digital Quizzes and Tests Answer Key

Test Preparation Document

Test Preparation Document

Tempera Techniques Quiz Answer Sheet

Tempera Techniques Quiz Answer Sheet for quiz 1

Color wheel project Quiz 2 Answer Sheet

Color wheel project Quiz 2 Answer Sheet

Pointillism and Animal Painting on Canvas Quiz 3 Answer Sheet

Pointillism and Animal Painting on Canvas Quiz 3 Answer Sheet

Pop Art Food Painting Quiz 4 Answer Sheet

Pop Art Food Painting Quiz 4 Answer Sheet

Watercolor Techniques Quiz 5 Answer Sheet

Watercolor Techniques Quiz 5 Answer Sheet

Watercolor Hawaiian Inspired Wave Painting Quiz 6 Answer Sheet

Watercolor Hawaiian Inspired Wave Painting Quiz 6 Answer Sheet

Fireworks Watercolor Painting Quiz 7 Answer Sheet

Fireworks Watercolor Painting Quiz 7 Answer Sheet

Acrylic Painting Techniques Quiz 8 Answer Sheet

Acrylic Painting Techniques Quiz 8 Answer Sheet

Acrylic Painting Blending and Seascape Quiz 9 Answer Sheet

Acrylic Painting Blending and Seascape Quiz 9 Answer Sheet

Waterfall Palette Knife Painting Acrylic Paint Quiz 10 Answer Sheet

Waterfall Palette Knife Painting Acrylic Paint Quiz 10 Answer Sheet

Sources and Extra Resources: Tempera Paint

Sources and Extra Resources: Tempera Paint 

Sources and Extra Resources: Color Wheel Project

Sources and Extra Resources: Color Wheel Project

Sources and Extra Resources: Pointillism Tempera Painting

Sources and Extra Resources: Pointillism Tempera Painting

Sources and resources: Color scheme lesson: Pop Art Food Painting Project

Sources and resources: Color scheme lesson: Pop Art Food Painting Project

Sources and Extra Resources: Pop Art Food, Cupcake Painting Project

Sources and Extra Resources: Pop Art Food, Cupcake Painting Project

Sources and Resources: Introduction to Watercolor

Sources and Resources: Introduction to Watercolor

Sources and Extra Resources: Hawaiian Inspired Watercolor Painting

Sources and Extra Resources: Hawaiian Inspired Watercolor Painting

Fireworks Watercolor Painting project: Sources and Extra Resources

Fireworks Watercolor Painting project: Sources and Extra Resources

Sources and Resources: Introduction to Acrylic Paint and Techniques

Sources and Resources: Introduction to Acrylic Paint and Techniques

Acrylic Painting Blending and Seascape Sources and Extra Resources:

Acrylic Painting Blending and Seascape Sources and Extra Resources:

Sources and Resources Acrylic Waterfall Palette Knife Painting:

Sources and Resources Acrylic Waterfall Palette Knife Painting:

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