FAS Painting Dye Wax Crayon Resist - school art class project.
Learn how easy it is to create amazing colourful artwork with FAS Painting Dye and a white wax crayon. Simple yet so much fun.
To make up FAS Painting, just add water.
Learn how to paint colourful flowers with FAS Student Acrylic Paint.
Get amazing professional artist results with this simple painting technique.
You will need a good quality acrylic art paint, a range of colours including white.
Two to three clean flat brushes but remember to slightly dampen the brushes before you start to paint.
Painted by WOWart Learning - Singapore
FAS Student Acrylic Paint:
Leaf Printing & Painting
LEVEL: Pre-School and Primary School.
Here is a simple, quick and colourful school painting project. It brings nature indoors and takes your creativity outdoors. It is a great autumn-inspired paint activity. You can collect the leaves, but it is much more fun to get the kids outdoors collecting good printable leaves with you.
You will need:
: White Paper
: SuperTempera Paint – just a few colours. Autumn earth tones are ideal.
: A brush
: A roller – an old rolling pin is ideal – Plastic would be better.
: Leaves – try full leafs with strong veins for printing in a range of sizes.
: Apron and a cover sheet, newspapers or paper towels.
Let’s get started:
You will need:
Painting leafs with FAS Super Tempera
Leaves: before you start, make sure they are clean and free from bugs and dirt. Also, before you start, have some paper towels ready.
Turn the leaves on their back, so the veins are facing upwards. Paint the underside thinly with the brush. Making sure you get the stem and all the veins.
Carefully place the leaf onto the paper. Place a sheet of paper towel on top of the leaf. This will help protect the roller from getting covered in paint. Use the roller to press the leaf into the paper firmly.
Use paper towels to keep the roller clean. Carefully remove the paper towel and lift the leaf off the paper. Try repeating this process in different colours.
Allow for drying
- Try not to use too many colours.
- You can also cut out the prints and paste them together on one sheet of paper
- Be careful not to pour dirty paint using back into the paint bottles.
Share and enjoy & have fun.
This artwork looks so complicated and detailed, but it’s not. It’s so easy to create the detailed leaves with a simple plastic dish brush, and to help with the tree, we have a free Tree Outline Template with our printable PDF of this lesson plan.
You Will Need:
Let’s Get Started:
Print off the Free Template of the tree trunk.
Pour a little paint onto your paint tray or plastic container lids. You will only need a small amount. If you are painting autumn colours, use yellow, orange and deep yellow. Otherwise, use green and leaf green for the tree leaves.
Use a pressing stamping action with the brush to get the leaves effect on the branches of the tree. Try testing on a spare sheet of paper until you are happy
with the consistency of the paint.
When you have finished the leaves, paint the trunk and showing branches with a paintbrush.
Once dried, you can use a black marker for highlights.
Free PDF Template:
The template is on page 2.
Draw and Paint with a Sharpie Marker
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