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Re: watercolor for student teacher

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MaryAnn Kohl (maryann)
Sat, 24 Apr 99 10:27:51 -0700


>Try this one. Student create a quick, wet on wet background...any sky them
>they like, such as stormy, cloudy, lots of rainbows with some girls!

I just remembered that I love this idea ... watercolor background (could
be scenery, like a desert bluff or a lake with grassy banks, whatever)...
then dry.

Next, draw and cut-out people or other things to glue into the background
painting.

Sometimes the kids like to paint a rather seriously beautiful background,
but then draw cartoonish or alien characters to glue into the picture.
The contrast of styles is interesting.

Opposite: Paint a cartoonish background, draw and cut out more realistic
things to glue in.

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MaryAnn F. Kohl (WA)
maryann
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