Lessons with Examples        Art 1 - Letter Design      Art 2 - Ebony Flowers on Watercolor Background      Art 3 - Teacher Portraits in Collage      Art 3 - Water Color Resist      Art 4 - Eraser Drawing      Art 4 - Stipple Portrait      Visual Journals/ Altered Books      100 Visual Journal Prompts      Artist Trading Cards      Lesson: Watercolor Resist

NAEA Digication e-Portfolio :: Randleman High School Art Department :: Art 3 - Water Color Resist

Assignment- In this assignment students will use rubber cement resists and ink value washes to create a drawing.

ink resist on watercolor paper with india ink and rubber cement in white areas. Start with light grey wash after rubber cement is applied, add more rubber cement to preserve light grey areas; continue to add rubber cement over washes

HENRY MOORE - Standing Figures 1940

© The Henry Moore Foundation. This image must not be reproduced or altered without prior consent from the Henry Moore Foundation.

Try wax resist on stamps! Instead of dipping a block in color, the artist dips a block in liquid wax and then prints on the paper. Once the paper is dry, the artist paints the paper with color and irons the paper to remove the wax. Great for glaze resisting.

This is the same process as batik paper making. Instead of dipping a block in color, the artist dips a block in liquid wax and then prints on the paper. Once the paper is dry, the artist paints the paper with color and irons the paper to remove the wax.

Henry Moore / Woman Seated in the Underground / 1941 / Gouache, ink, watercolour and crayon on paper

Henry Moore ~ Woman Seated in the Underground, 1941 (gouache, ink, watercolour, crayon)

Henry Moore's war time underground sketches.     Beautiful mixed media work in all sorts of media: wax resist, ink, charcoal, chalk etc

Henry Moore OM, CH Shelterers in the Tube 1941 Pencil, pen and ink, watercolour and crayon on paper support: 380 x 568 mm frame: 650 x 817 x 35 mm Presented by the War Artists Advisory Committee 1946

An A Level Art project by Bette-Belle Blanchard:These A2 sketchbook pages show the development of curving, organic sculptural forms, inspired by Henry Moore. The simple technique of wax resist (crayon drawings with washes of dye), results in an eye-catching page: quick and confident recording of ideas on paper

Sculpture and 3D Design Sketchbooks – 20 Creative examples


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