Art 31 - India Ink Trees (Elementary)
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Art 31 - India Ink Trees (Elementary) Art 31 - India Ink Trees (Elementary) Presentation Transcript

  • Elementary INDIA INK TREES
  • Materials • 12” x 12” White Paper • India Ink • Plastic Sheeting •Water Bucket •Markers •Watercolor Paints •Brush •Straw •Vinyl Gloves
  • Step 1: Trees Cover work surface with plastic sheeting. Use vinyl gloves if needed to protect hands from India Ink.
  • Trees Continued One drop of India Ink at the bottom edge of white piece of paper.
  • Trees Continued Use a straw to blow ink drop up towards top edge of paper to create first tree.
  • Trees Continued Continue using only one drop of India Ink at a time before moving on to the next drop.
  • Trees Continued Fill up entire white paper with at least ten India Ink trees from the left side to the right.
  • Step 2: Leaves India Ink trees must be completely dry before painting tree leaves.
  • Leaves Continued Pick one primary or secondary color to begin painting leaves on trees.
  • Leaves Continued Make sure to alternate between trees to leave room for a second color paint.
  • Leaves Continued Pick a second primary or secondary color to fill in the rest of trees.
  • Leaves Continued Keep leaves on top half of trees only leaving the bottom half of paper open.
  • Step 3: Ground Use the two chosen colors from the tree leaves to fill in the very bottom of paper to create the ground.
  • Step 4: Outline Use a complementary color marker to outline the first color chosen for tree leaves. i.e. green leaves outlined with a red marker.
  • Outline Continued Use a complementary color marker to outline the second color chosen for tree leaves. i.e. orange leaves outlined with a blue marker.
  • Step 5: Sky Now that all tree leaves have been outlined begin to paint the remaining white areas for the sky. Choose a watercolor paint not used on the tree leaves.
  • Sky Continued and Finish Make sure every area of sky around leaves, trees and ground is painted in. Let dry and hang on the wall to enjoy!