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Project #91

Time: 2 Class Periods
Difficulty: Easy
Cleanup: Soap & Water

Materials:
Project Kit (see Products Used below steps)
Paint Brush
Pencil
Water
Palette or Bowls

Materials needed if not using Project Kit:
Watercolor Paper
Black Glue
Liquid Watercolors
Paint Brush
Pencil
Water
Palette or Bowls
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"Paint" your favorite safari animal with black glue and then paint with watercolors to create your own resist painting. This project also has an instructional video available!

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Steps

  • Step 1
    Using a pencil, draw a safari animal on a sheet of watercolor paper. With a paint brush or applicator swab, go over the pencil lines with black glue; the glue will act as a resist once it has dried. If you don't have black glue, thoroughly mix 4 tablespoons black Handy Art Liquid Watercolor with 1/4 cup Aleene's "Tacky" Glue.
  • Step 2
    Once the glue has dried, create color washes using Handy Art Liquid Watercolors, clean water and a paint brush.

Products Used