Instructors: Em Winn – 14 sections • 46 lectures • 2h 19m
Video: MP4 1280×720 44 KHz | English + Sub – Updated 5/2022 | Size: 2.76 GB
Beginners Will Learn How to Draw & Watercolor Paint 12 Designs Inspired By Aquatic Animals! Art Projects for All Ages 🙂
What you’ll learn
Create 12 fun and unique works of art inspired by Aquatic Animals!
Participate in an activity that cultivates critical thinking skills, develops hand-eye coordination, and encourages self-expression.
Apply the knowledge gained in this course to create unique masterpieces.
Build self confidence while having fun!
Students will need a computer, tablet, or smart phone, and an internet connection.Materials and supplies needed for this course are listed in the Course Description.Bring it: A desire to create some delightful works of art!
Do you know a budding artist who is interested in learning how to draw and paint?
Are you looking for an experienced art teacher to guide them throughout the creative process?
Are you seeking a;healthy;activity that will encourage;creativity and boost self-confidence?;
The Draw and Watercolor Paint Aquatic Animal Cartoons course may be just what you are looking for!;Designed with beginners in mind, this course is suitable for artists of all ages. With a total of 12 unique drawing and watercolor painting projects, students will learn the skills to create masterpieces of their own long after the course is complete.
The teaching process used for each;project is a step-by-step method that will inspire and delight students into creating action! This process involves observing, following instructions, and;creating;until each student is happy with the outcome.
Students will learn basic drawing and watercolor painting techniques and apply these techniques to complete each project. The;Draw and Watercolor Paint Aquatic Animal Cartoons course is designed to give students the skills they need to begin their artistic journey into self-expression, reflection, and creative thinking.
Supplies and materials needed for this course
thick white paper (watercolor paper works great!)
crayons or oil pastels
small paper plate
cup of water
mat to protect work area