watercolor art lessons
students start by drawing the top oval first, then the bottom one centered below. Connect them with curved sides. Add the oval for the top of the water. A fish and curvy plant may be added as room allows. 2. Trace the bowl, plant and fish with a black Sharpie marker. Draw scales on the fish with a crayon. 3. Paint all the art with liquid watercolor paint.
1. Draw bees in pencil, filling the paper with profile and overhead views. 2. Trace the drawing with a black Sharpie marker. Fill in the stripes and head with a chisel tip Sharpie marker. 3. Use a white crayon to draw lots of broken lines in the wings. 4. Paint the background one color, going over the wings of the bees. 5. Paint the yellow bodies. www.artprojectsforkids.org