An interesting children's drawing of balloons in the technique of raw watercolor is quite simple
Children's drawing of balloons in the technique ofraw watercolor - a great way to attract a child to the world of beauty, to teach you how to work with paints, to help him in teaching painting. The process does not take long, but it will bring a lot of positive emotions to the child. Having completed this colorful drawing on his own or with the help of his parents, he will necessarily want to continue drawing and gaining new knowledge. Children are a keen and inquisitive people. But they also quickly and cool down, stop doing this or that kind of activity, in particular drawing, if they have something that does not work. Therefore, the task of adults, parents, grandparents, educators and teachers, is to prevent the toddler from becoming disillusioned with himself and losing confidence in his abilities. Everyone can learn to draw. There are many drawing techniques that not only allow you to get skills in this kind of activity, but also develop imagination, motility, bring up in the child perseverance, purposefulness, patience, train memory. Yes, and the joint pastime with the baby will go to him and to your benefit. Today we will draw a children's drawing of balloons in the technique of raw watercolor. The drawing will take a little time, but the result will please the young artist and spodvignet to create new masterpieces. Moreover, the baby will get acquainted with absolutely new technique, and, as we know, all the unknown attracts, attracts, makes work and learn. So that we can get started, we need to prepare the necessary tools and materials.
- White sheet of plain paper, whose A3 format
- Brushes for drawing
- Watercolor Paints
- Pencil simple
- Different covers with different sizes, which we will use as stencils
- Capacity with water
First you need to take a lid, for example, from a small jar. And invite the kid to circle it with a pencil to make a circle. For convenience, the lid in the middle should be held with a finger. So, let the kid outline a fewdifferent caps to make a lot of balls of different sizes. Now we need to explain to the child that a thread is attached to each ball. He must represent these strings in the form of lines directed downwards. How to do it right, can be seen in the photo. Now give the young painter a small candle in his hand to make it comfortable for her to work with, and let him outline the contours that were previously drawn with a pencil. So we got to the point where the basethe future drawing should be moistened with water. A sheet of paper should be wetted on both sides. Do not overdo it, otherwise everything will be spoiled. On paper, there will be excess water, which must be carefully shaken. Now take the paper and put it on the surface of the table so that the sketch, drawn in pencil, is on top. The paper should stick tightly to the surface on which you placed it. The next stage will be painting the picture. A color palette can be chosen absolutely any. It all depends on the age of the baby. If it is small, then you can limit to three colors and choose one range of shades. After the balls have acquired the desired color, we will deal with the background. In our figure, this is the sky, of course, blue. You can fantasize the way you want it. Against the background, you can gently place a small round colored mottled spots in the form of dots. Then we get the effect of balloons flying away into the distance. Our children's drawing of balloons in the technique of raw watercolor can be considered complete. It remains to dry it. In exactly the same way, you and your baby will be able to create other, equally simple, wonderful drawings. A few examples of what you can draw, you'll see below in the photos.