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Paint eBook 2016

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4 Amazing painting ideas to brighten up your day! Also included in this issue your very own Colour Mixing Blackline Master for your classroom to complete.

Contents Tempera Paint Techniques................................................................................. 1 Here are 6 different ways to use Tempera Paint.

Junior Artist Paint................................................................................................. 2 Do you need a quick and easy paint activity? This one’s for you!

Liquid Watercolour Paint................................................................................... 3 Create your very own foam paint!

Face Painting Techniques.................................................................................. 4 You’ll be a pro in no time with our handy face painting techniques.

Blackline Master – ‘Colour Wheel’.................................................................. 5 Here’s a FREE BLM just for you! Photocopy as many times as you like.

www.cleverpatch.com.au We have so many painting ideas we want to share with you! So come and visit us online!


Tempera Paint Techniques Materials: •

CleverPatch™ Tempera Paint Palette Set – 10 Well – 11990

ROYMAC Watercolour Paper – Pack of 12 – 12026

CleverPatch™ Triangular Fineliner – Black – 16534

Micador Oil Pastels – Pack of 12 – 10581

Tissue Paper – White – Pack of 5 – 11909

Salt

Paint Brush

CleverPatch ™ Tempera Paint is bright, colourful and easy to use! Just add water using your brush and paint away...

Oil Pastel: Draw a design onto paper using an oil pastel and then paint over the top to reveal your design!

Tissue Paper: Paint with tempera paint onto paper and then place tissue paper on your wet design to soak up part of the paint. See what is left behind!

Water: Paint colour onto your paper then drop water over the paint. Watch the paint disperse & blend with the other colours.

Layering: Paint your design onto paper. Allow to dry. Paint over the top and see the colour build up.

Pen: Paint your design. Allow to dry. Outline your design with pen.

Salt: Paint colour onto your paper. While the paint is wet, sprinkle salt over the top. Watch what happens!

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Junior Artist Paint Materials: •

CleverPatch™ Junior Artist Paint – 500ml Set of 11 colours – 15800

CleverPatch™ Cover Paper – A3 – White Pack of 250 – 16141

CleverPatch™ Soft Printing Sheets – A4 Pack of 30 – 13092

Sponge/Brush

Pencil

J u n io r A rt is t P a in t h a s a th ic k, cr e a m y co n si st e n cy a n d pa in ts a b ri g h t, b o ld co lo u r o n th e pa g e!

Roaarrrr! 1. Pressing firmly, draw your design onto the foam printing sheet. Make sure the grooves are deep.

This paint dries quickly too, so it’s perfect for junior activities. © CleverPatch 2016 - www.cleverpatch.com.au

2. Use a sponge or brush to apply paint to the surface of your foam printing sheet.

3. Press the sheet onto white paper and remove to reveal your design. Allow to dry. 2


Liquid Watercolour Foam Materials: •

Foam Paint Bottles – Pack of 3 – 16985

CleverPatch™ Liquid Watercolour – 250ml Set of 12 colours – 16366

CleverPatch™ Cardboard – White A4 – Pack of 100 – 16288

Liquid Soap

Water

1. Pour approximately 3 tablespoons of liquid soap, 1 teaspoon of liquid watercolour and about 2 tablespoons of warm water into your bottle. Gently swish around to combine.

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Liquid Watercolour Paint has a watery texture and is bright in colour. It’s perfect for mixing with other products or using on its own!

2. Pump the foam bottle to squeeze the foam paint onto your paper. Then experiment with paint texture, colour mixing and interesting designs.

3. Once you are happy with your result, allow to dry. Notice how the texture changes as the paint dries.

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Face Painting Techniques Materials: •

Snazaroo™ Mini Face Paint Starter Kit – 16508

Snazaroo™ Face Painting Palette – 16506

Sponge Inserts – 15490

Tip: To check skin sensitivity, paint a small area with face paint on your wrist and leave it for an hour to ensure there is no reaction to the paint.

Rainbow: Paint multiple colours onto your sponge and then use the sponge to apply the paint to the face using a sliding motion.

Sponging: Use a sponge to paint larger areas for easier coverage. You can also blend colours.

Flowers: Push the tip of the brush against the skin to create a petal shape. Repeat 4 more times to create a flower.

Detail: Paint fine lines using a paint brush. This technique can be used to outline and add detail to your design.

To create a pretty butterfly use your sponging technique to create a base. The detail technique creates fantastic outlines & interest. Finish by using your glitter paint for extra sparkle! © CleverPatch 2016 - www.cleverpatch.com.au

Glitter: Apply the glitter gel to your design to add a touch of sparkle. Paint on with a paint brush or dab on with your finger.

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Colour Wheel Primary colours are red, yellow and blue. You can mix primary colours to create secondary colours. Secondary colours are orange, green and purple. Use the colour wheel below to experiment with colour mixing. Create the secondary colours using the primary colours.

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