Hello friends! I’ve been talking with my Patrons about wanting to get another class done for the kiddos – this one has been on my mind a while, and since we’re in a homeschool/virtual school environment, I did get this one nailed down for the start of the school year!
In today’s video, I show you some of the projects in the class so you can decide if you think it’s good for your kids; I was aiming at maybe middle school age, but I know that littles would look at these projects and declare themselves perfectly capbable of doing their own versions! I love their tenacity.
But I also include some doodling, as I know some of y’all who might not care about a kids class might like to see that part. Heehee! Enjoy!
The project for today, finished….crayola markers!
Supplies for class are listed below – most of it is stuff kids already have if they like too make art. My links are to supplies I found online, but I got mine at the local drugstore…I didn’t want anyone to have to stress out about ordering online! CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP:
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- The most important thing is a sketchbook! I recommend a “Mixed media” sketchbook since you can use pencils and crayons as well as watercolors and markers. See below for a way to test that your markers and paper will work well together for class.
- Gather your art mediums, ANY brand. You don’t need all of them and I’m just linking a suggested inexpensive type, but I picked up whatever was at my local drugstore.
- Pencils, erasers, rulers, scissors, and a sharpie pen. A white pen is optional.
- For color wheels, you’ll need access to a printer for one of them; for the other color wheels, you’ll gather round objects like a can of catfood or other kitchen items to trace circles.