There is total of 5 videos (about 1 hour and 40 minutes) of video content + a printable supportive PDF & drawing template.
Project one: Safe Passage
Project Two: Making it into a Dreamcatcher
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WHAT WILL YOU LEARN IN THIS CLASS:
- Various acrylic techniques
- Creating a story though art
- Choosing a cohesive color palette
- Drawing characters in movement
- creating luminous layers
- Creating an organic dreamcatcher
- Painting an animal
- creating a profile figure
- Using acrylic on wood
- And so much more!
WHAT KIND OF SUPPLIES TO I NEED FOR THIS WORKSHOP?
YOU DON’T HAVE TO GO BUYING EVERYTHING ON THE LIST, MANY THINGS MIGHT BE SUBSTITUTED FOR MATERIALS YOU ALREADY HAVE! BELOW IS A LIST OF TOOLS I WILL BE USING, ALONG WITH LINKS. DON’T HESITATE TO ASK IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS
FOR THE PAINTING:
- Small wood round (I used 6x6x1 inch), or round canvas
- Gesso, palette, napkins or rag
- Paintbrushes, some small rounds and flats, and a scruffy one for dry-brushing and varnishing
- Heavy body Acrylics: Please use what you have! But if you want to use what I used: Titanium white, burnt sienna, burnt acra orange (or Indian red), burnt umber, black, green gold, emerald green, yellow ochre (or yellow oxide), deep violet, deep magenta, quinacridone blue violet.
- Final Varnish to protect your wood-round (I used Liquitex satin varnish)
- White posca pen or sharpie
- White or colored pastel pencil
FOR THE DREAMCATCHER:
- Ribbon, lace, white cotton or patterned material, string, large wooden beads, feathers, etc.
- large stapler or glue gun to attach the strips to the wood or canvas, Scissors
- A Hook to hang up the dreamcatcher (and small nails/hammer, or glue gun to attach it)