Mixing it up adds a creative and colourful punch to your artwork.
Here are two school painting ideas that are totally different but share the same basic painting technique. An ideal project for the classroom.
Mixed media painting:
The idea is to paint the key parts of the painting completely separately. Then you paint your background and glue the parts together to make the final picture.
The offers a 3D-like depth and texture to the final artwork.
It requires a little planning before you begin.
3D Impact Paintings:
In the two examples all the main components have been created and painted completely separately. Then glued onto a painted background later. You may not be able to tell from the photo but the fish and the sea shells really pop-out like they are 3D with impact and different textures. You can also use coloured paper, crayons, markers. It is all about creating different textures the offer depth to the final paintings.