Painting Dye Wax Crayon Resist



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.







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Monoprinting with Kids Super Tempera Paint

Monoprinting: School Holidays are coming.
Here is a great and simple colour project for the kids.


See how you MonoPrint with School Super Tempera Paint


This is quick, colourful and easy.  It is block printing at its simplest form
using a Tempera Poster Paint with fingers and kids do love pushing paint around
with their fingers.

So simple yet so much colouful fun.
  • : Sketch Paper
  • : Tempera Paint in simple bold colours
  • : Paint pots or dishes.
  • : Printing plate: (old plastic placemat, styrofoam board, any flat non-porous surface). We used a small sheet of plexiglas.  You can use a wipe-able bench top. 
  • : Roller or a wide paint brush.
  • : Apron and a cover sheet, newspapers or paper towels.


Lets Get Started:
Spread Tempera Paint evenly over your printing plate with a wide brush or use a roller.  Making sure that it is slightly smaller than your paper.  It is not important to make it straight edged in fact it adds to the final effect.
Using fingers draw designs on the painted area.  The more simple and basic picture the better. What you are trying to do is remove the paint with your finger. If you are not happy with the design you can re-roll the area and start again. 
When you're happy with your design, lay the paper on top, making sure to cover the area with paint. Try not to press on the painted area too much and also try not to move the paper around as it will smudge your final design. 
Carefully peel the paper from the printing plate to reveal the mono printed image.
The printing plate can be reworked to be used again and again for the whole class.
Allow to dry.


Printing with painted toys and wheels

Use Toy Cars to make Print Patterns with FAS Super Tempera Paint.


Use Toy Cars to make Print Patterns with FAS Super Tempera Paint.
Printing with toys and wheels.

This is so much fun, it really gets kids thinking outside the square and using their imagination. In fact, sometimes it’s more fun looking for, and collecting objects to paint with than the paint imprint stamping itself. 

Paint imprint stamping is using any object and paint to make interesting imprints.

Old toys are brilliant for this.  Tyre tracks from old toy trucks and cars and feet of dolls.  But you can also use sponges, corks and other interesting found objects to make a paint imprint stamping masterpiece.  

So much fun and every time you try it you get something totally different.

You might need to wash some of the objects before you use them.

Keep a jar of water and a paper towel handy for the brushes.

Painting with Printed Toys and Wheels

FAS Super Tempera Paint:

How to Paint 3D Spring Flowers Tutorial Childrens Sponge Painting

Easy Simple Painting for Kids:

How to Paint 3D Spring Flowers Tutorial Childrens Sponge Painting.



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You Will Need:
FAS Super Tempera Paint
Sponges cut in shapes
Sponge Roller
Cotton Buds
Glue – PVA
Paper Plate

Let’s Get Started.

Use the Sponge Roller for the background. We used Leaf Green and Blue. Allow to dry

On a paper plate pour a little Yellow and Orange paint. You will not need much.

Now on a new sheet of paper. 

Using your leaf shaped sponge press into the paint allowing half to be orange and the other to be yellow.  Test the consistency first.

Work your way around in the circle making sure you keep the same colours to the middle of the circle.  

Use the Cotton Bud to paint a green stork for the follow. 
Allow to dry

Cut out the flowers and storks.

Glue then on to your background with PVA glue.  Allow the flowers to be over the edge for a 3D effect.

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How to Paint with a Sponge Roller in a New Creative way

Children love sponge painting.   It teaches children about shapes, colour and how paint gets absorbed into the sponges. It also offers a quick and simple way to make colourful artworks.

Here is a way to create your own wrapping paper designs...

Simple and Fun!




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Artist Colours. Hot Or Cold? You Decide!

Hot Or Cold? You Decide!
by Ron Gribble
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Hot Or Cold? You Decide!

Do not try to make a colour that is neither hot nor cold. Neither hot nor cold is to be grey, and that is one step away from mud. This is a secret that took me ages to finally think about long enough to realise that I was missing out on simplifying my colour mixing. If you decide early, what do you want? Now you must make sure that you are choosing pigments that allow you to achieve this end.


I am not saying that you should not have cool colours in a hot colour mix, or the other way round, but I am saying that you should favour one or the other.
There are many wonderful opportunities that you will miss out on if you do not understand the importance of using hot and cold colours in contrast to each other.


Any colour will probably have elements of cool and warm in them, but when they are in shade, they will have more of the cool blues, and the same colours in light will have more of the warm colours.

To be more specific, look at the painting below. Can you see what I am banging on about??

Can you see the difference between the hue, and the colour? 

The way that the value is more important than the actual colours. 


Hot Or Cold? You Decide!
Can you see the difference between the hue, and the colour?

Kids Art Lesson How to Paint a Tree using a dishwashing brush - Free PDF Template

How to Paint a Tree using a dishwashing brush
and FAS Super Tempera School Paint -
Kids Art Lesson:


Free PDF Template:
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This painting looks so complicated and detailed but it’s not. It’s so easy to create the detailed leaves with a simple plastic dishwashing brush and to help with the tree; we have a free Tree Outline Template with our printable PDF of this lesson plan.



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How to paint ladybugs and insects with school paints

How to paint ladybugs and insects by simply folding paper.
A brilliant easy symmetry paint lesson for the classroom with school paints.

Simple, easy and fun with different results everytime you try it.

FAS Super Tempera Video. Ideas worth painting.



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How to paint with glass marbles and school paint

Kids love playing with marbles and colourful paint.

Have a look and see what you can create with glass marbles and school paint together. Every time you try this you get a different result.

A quick and easy art project for home or the classroom.

All you need is a tray or cut down old box, marbles, and paper and paint.

Just make sure you have a few paper towels or soapy water to clean up.


Watch this quick video to see how to make artworks with marbles and paint.


How to Paint and Create Easter Eggs, Chickens and Easter Bunny by Finger Printing with Tempera Paint

Easter Finger Printing with Tempera Paint:



 
Paint and Create Colourful Easter Eggs, Chickens and Easter Bunny  with this simple easy to do finger printing and painting technique.  

Lots of fun! 

How to Paint Mirror Butterfly Paintings by Folding Paper

School Mirror Blot Painting:

See how much fun and just how easy it is to do.



Folding Paper Art Painting
There is a lot you can do with colourful paints that you simply just cannot do with crayons, markers and pencils.  Learn how to paint and create a "Mirror Blot Butterfly Painting" with FAS Super Tempera school children’s paint. 

This butterfly art project helps kids express their creativity and learn about symmetry.  Simple and easy to do school painting idea for the classroom.  

See how easy it is to paint butterfly’s and other creatures.  There is not a right or wrong way to paint these it’s about having creative fun with paint.
Mirror Butterfly Picture



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How to Paint Outdoor Plants with School Children

Teachers Outdoor Art School Lessons

Documentary and Teachers Guide. 

How to Teach School Children Painting Part 3 of 4 

"The outdoor plants behind the classroom"








Taken from the TV series in the 1980’s Approaches for classroom teaching.  
Shows 4 teachers working with children from 4 years to 12 years.  It shows how to teach painting through fostering technique and creativity and reflects the objectives of the new Art Curriculum.

Techniques the have stood the test of time.

Using FAS Super Tempera and FAS Student Acrylic paints.

Filmed by NZ Television Production Unit:  Auckland College of Education in the 1980’s.

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How to teach school children to paint Lesson Painting Flowers and Plants



This Lesson. 
Painting Flowers and plants



Part 2 of 4



Painting Flowers and plants. 



Teaching artistic painting in schools has not changed all that much in the last 30 years.  Although the fashion and haircuts certainly have.

Here is a documentary filmed by Auckland Art College in the 1980’s with local brand of paints FAS - Fine Art Supplies Ltd.  Although the filming and fashions are looking a little aged the concept and teaching skills have not. 

Using FAS Super Tempera and FAS Student Acrylic Paints. 


An historical video showing art in the form of painting in New Zealand Schools in the 1980s. Even after all these years there is a lot we can learn from the teaching of painting in the classroom from these 4 documentaries.  

Shows for teachers working with children from 4 years to 12 years.  How to teach painting through fostering technique and creativity and reflects the objectives of the new Art Curriculum.  Techniques the have stood the test of time
Filmed by NZ Television Production Unit:
Auckland College of Education in the 1980’s with 
FAS – Fine Art Supplies Ltd.

Painting Lessons in New Zealand Schools in the 1980s

TV series on Painting Lessons in Schools for teachers.

Painting Portraits:

Teaching artistic painting in schools has not changed all that much in the last 30 years.  Although the fashion and haircuts certainly has. Here is a documentary filmed by Auckland Art College in the 1980’s with local brand of paints FAS - Fine Art Supplies Ltd.  Although the filming and fashions are looking a little aged the concept and teaching skills have not. 

How to teach school children to paint: Part 1 of 4
Painting Portraits. 



An historical video showing art in the form of painting in New Zealand Schools in the 1980s. Even after all these years there is a lot we can learn from the teaching of painting in the classroom from these 4 documentaries.  

Shows for teachers working with children from 4 years to 12 years.  How to teach painting through fostering technique and creativity and reflects the objectives of the new Art Curriculum.  Techniques the have stood the test of time
Filmed by Television Production Unit:  Auckland College of Education in the 1980’s with FAS – Fine Art Supplies Ltd.