Showing posts from May, 2017

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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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…