Fun With Wax Paper: Abstract Melted Crayon Art Here's a fun craft activity that can also be an interesting way to introduce your children to the idea of abstract art! Grated crayons sandwiched between wax paper and then melted with an iron make beautiful abstract works of art, even worthy of hanging on the wall! The wooden Moroccan frames that we have hanging over our kitchen table have now become useful for a rotating art exhibition, including these works of crayon art.
Imaging the paintings under the paintings of the Old Masters Public release date: 29-Mar-2011 [ Print | E-mail Share ] [ Close Window ] Contact: Michael Bernstein firstname.lastname@example.org 714-765-2012 (Meeting, March 27-31) 202-872-6042 (Before March 27) Michael Woods email@example.com 714-765-2012 (Meeting, March 27-31) 202-872-6293 (Before March 27) Conrad Roset Conrad Roset makes the most gorgeous watercolor illustrations. And the – what might seem – random splash of color just gives it that finishing touch. Conrad Roset is a 26 years old illustrator from Barcelona, Spain. Via mood proekt Fun With Wax Paper: Pressed Leaf And Flower Art Here's another great craft activity using just wax paper and fresh leaves and flowers! This activity has two parts, making it that much more fun, and time consuming, usually a good thing right about now? First take a nature walk and collect leaves and flowers, and then use the things you've collected to make beautiful window art. Or wrap your creations around jars or vases and use as candle holders, gorgeous!
Doug Jack ordinarily Extraordinary everyday Doug Jack, Crayon Creator Art fully redefined! If you know Doug Jack you know that the word Ordinary is far from one that would ever be engaged in describing him. Garden "Garden" - ink, watercolor and gouache on paper - 10" x 10" Artwork © Lawrence Yang 2010 my blog | my site | purchase inquiries Knotology, the art of creating spheres from strips of paper Projects The second project: A sphere of colored strips. Take 6 strips with a length of 12 times the with. In our example we will use 6 strips of 2cm x 24cm in the colors purple, blue, green, yellow, orange and red. Because of the fact that these strips also need diagonal folds, you can make witches ladders at a different way.
19 Factors That Impact Compositional Balance Imagine a boulder leaning too far over the cliff’s edge. Seeing that boulder you think it should come crashing down the mountainside. It’s out of balance and you feel the tension of the impending crash. 20 Amazing Watercolor Masterpieces This is the first of its kind post on Designzzz. The reason this subject of watercolor paintings is selected because these paintings cannot carry as much detail as other routine oil or digital paintings. That is due to the fact that watercolours are not that sophisticated with gradients and swirls. Gadi Vishne - Flexicube This is a really neat model, so I folded it, took some pictures, and made little photo-diagrams. Flexi-Cube by Gadi Vishne With the CP, we can see that there are three basic parts. CP- Part 1- Part 2-
Tree fantasy source: www.youthwork-practice.com | 2000 Games, Ideas and more for Youth Work only for private using skip the content and jump to the navigation Material: You need the following materials: Card Paper sticky tape Poster paints thinned with water (available in craft stores) A small natural sponge A pipette A straw Floppy Disk Art by Nick Gentry Each floppy disk used in Nick Gentry’s paintings has a its own story. It represents the increasing pace of the modern life cycle, where objects are created, used and disposed quicker than ever. > nickgentry.co.uk Mari's Origami Home "Life is Beautiful" created by Yoichi Yamauchi (Yami), is an arrangement of 427 individual models. Top left: Health. Bottom left: Happiness. Top right: Have Dreams.
Beautiful/Decay Cult of the Creative Arts Gabriel Moreno does beautiful work with such basic materials: a pen and a brush. His illustrations begin in black and white, upon which Moreno builds, adding layers of color and images of other places and people tattooed into their skin. Flowers, birds, and faces organically expand from his subjects, as if a rush of creativity, or a dream, is escaping them.