- Crayola Watercolour Paints
- Crayola Coloured Pencils - 24 Count
- Crayola Marker & Watercolour Paper - 22.9 cm x 30.5 cm (9" x 12")
- Crayola Paint Brushes
- Crayola Washable No-Run Glue
- Water Containers
- Paper Towels
- Select several photos to work with.
- Practice drawing the images in your sketchbook or on paper.
- Choose one sketch to use for your painting.
- Use your chosen sketch as a guide.
- Draw the trees, hills and bushes with Crayola No-Run glue.
- Allow the glue to dry overnight.
- Use warm and cool colours of watercolour paint to fill in the land and sky.
- Use complementary colours, for example, blue and orange.
- Once the paint is dry, use coloured pencils to add detail to the landscape.
- Choose a variety of each colour, for example, light, medium and dark blues.
- Mix at least three analogous colours in each section to achieve rich textures.
- Use contrast and bold strokes of colour to add emphasis.
- View your work from a distance to see it with fresh eyes.
- How is it like a Group of Seven painting?
- Where do you see warm and cool colours?
- How does the use of coloured pencils contribute to the effectiveness of the work?
- What do you like best about this work? Why?