FAS Painting Dye: Water Colour Painting Technique with school dye

Here is a simple project for using FAS Painting Dye: Just like using school art watercolours. 1. Paint a sheet of paper with one solid colour (or try a blend of two colours). 2. Allow to dry. 3. Drip water with an eye dropper to create your design. 4. Use a paper towel to clean up. Tips: You can also paint designs by dipping a brush in cleans water. Lots of quick and easy colourful fun. FAS Painting Dye can be used to paint with and be applied like water colour paint. Just add water to make up super bright colours as you need them in only in seconds. Colours are super bright and very economical. There are countless ways to use this dye and this video is just one of them. FAS Paints www.FASpaints.com Painting Dye: https://www.faspaints.com/painting-dye.html

Cardboard Prints with FAS Student Acrylic

Cardboard Prints

By Sarah Bastida

You will need

FAS Student Acrylic

Cardboard shapes can be used to make a print base. Shapes are cut out of cardboard and then glued onto another piece of card to make a picture or design. The cardboard print base in this design has been built up with layers of cardboard.

When the glue has dried FAS Student Acrylic or FAS Studio Ink Ink is rolled onto the cardboard print base and then paper is pressed onto that to pick up the print.

Cardboard Prints with Student Acrylic

Alternatively paper is placed on the clean print base. The roller is emptied of almost all paint by rolling on scrap paper then it is rolled firmly on to the paper to make the print. The print base will show through just like in a crayon rubbing.

Cardboard Prints with Student Acrylic

By Sarah Bastida

Make your own Paint by Numbers, Art Lesson for the Classroom

Simple paint by numbers for kids.

Simple paint by numbers for classroom

This is a fun way to do something completely different with paint in the classroom.

Be open to using new colour combinations in this fun exercise.   Sometimes it is fun to team up with another person, one person does the outline and the other does the painting.
Make a Colour Key

Make A Colour Key:
Paint your colour key on a separate piece of paper numbering each colour as you go. Be open to the colour combinations.  Anything goes. 

Draw your outlines to paint by numbers

Draw Your Outline:
Use a permanent black marker to draw an outline freehand with overlapping loops and lines. Try to keep your outline design simple with some large spaces and smaller spaces. It is easy to overcomplicate this by making too many areas to fill in later with paint.

Lightly with a pencil, number each enclosed section on your outline using the numbers you have on your colour key.   Some sections can be left blank, never be scared to have a little space in your artwork.

Time to get painting. Start on filling in the spaces with the colours on the colour key.  If you have teamed up with another person, it is at the stage you exchange artworks to paint.

Once dry you can embellish your artwork with markers or crayons.


How to Paint A Tote Canvas Shopping Bag with kids in the classroom

Paint A Tote Canvas Bag Set

 How to paint simple design with FAStex Textile Ink.

Single-use plastic bags are now banned in New Zealand and Australian supermarkets.

A great creative classroom art painting idea is to paint your own personalised designs onto tote canvas bags. Express yourself.   

Paint a Cotton Tote Bag Lesson HD with FAS Fastex Textile Ink

How to Fabric Paint a Tote Bag:
FAS have made this easy with the Paint a Bag Set:
This is a set of 10 x Large Heavy-Duty Cotton Bags that are ideal for painting.  Similar thickness to a paint of jeans.

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Here a video on how to paint simple idea onto a tote bag and a few ideas from what children have been creating. 

FAS Fastex fabric Ink Pillowcase Sunflower Painting

FAS Fastex fabric Ink Pillowcase Sunflower Painting

Painted by Rachel Woo - Shanghai

How to paint a colourful sunflower on a white pillow case.

I used FAS Fastex textile ink to paint this pillowcase, the paint is smooth, and the color is bright. Coverage, high degree of coloration.

I used a white pillowcase and in the middle of the pillowcase I put a thick cardboard to protect my painting area.

I used light yellow to compose the picture first and confirm the position of the picture. It can also be expressed with a light oil pastel.

With Fastex I added yellow to the red (recommended colour does not need to mix thoroughly) to express the end of the flower, use a pointed brush to sweep from bottom to top, the color of the stroke does not need to be cleaned, which will make the picture more colorful.

In the same way, the tip of the flower sweeps from top to bottom, showing the original color of the petals and the color of the light source.

The flower is expressed in dark pigments. It can be red and contrast blue and black. The color does not need to be evenly blended. The strokes can have different colors to express the colour transition.

The middle of the flower can slowly transition to a bright color, with yellow plus white plus blue, showing a pinkish green colour.

Finally, the tip of the highlight is used to highlight the petals at the highlight, bright yellow, white, pinkish green dots decorating the flower.

Share and Enjoy,
Rachel Woo - Shanghai

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