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Visual Arts

  • Posted on May 14, 2017 at 11:26 am

How to begin to engage in fine art with your child: preparing for the drawing that you may need. Meet and dive into the world of fine art should start immediately on two fronts – practical (drawing, modeling and other manual work) and theoretical (study, ie, actually peering with the baby products created by these artists). Believe me, inseparable from one another, and creativity your baby, even superficially familiar with the history of art, will richer and more diverse. So where do I start? Of course, to acquire material – and to practice and theory. Drawing To draw or paint needed pens – different species, varieties, colors and shades. Practice has shown that for the very young is best – gouache. Its advantages: easily washed and satisfied with this content, dries quickly on any material, the surface can be dried gouache paint a different color – opaque gouache, this paint is harmless – none of my young students was not at her allergies, and finally, it insipid! (Parents of the youngest artists will understand me.

To try (without harm to a) once its taste, in what a child will likely use it only for its intended purpose – ie, drawing). Disadvantages packaging – in jars with gouache, usually tightly closing lids, which the child himself open often can not, and should close as well. When buying paint, choose such that the lid is easily spun and twisted (not closed gouache dries quickly), a limited set of colors. Interesting colors – one of the main advantages of the first children's 'products', as all others – the beauty of the figure, the originality of the composition, etc. come much later. Therefore, from the first experiments to teach a child to draw mix the paint – first on the list, and then on the palette; short 'lifetime' – young children paint thickly, 'pasty', so the whole jar of gouache can spend on one picture. Be prepared for what will often buy more of one of those colors, which come to an end, sometimes too tart, 'acid' shades of color. When choosing gouaches beware too 'toxic' colors – they do not decorate picture, and Learning 'feel color' is likely to harm; air, easily laundered, satisfied with this content is generally safe when hit in the mouth (choose only watercolor, specially designed for kids!), usually conveniently packaged – in open trays, a few flowers in one box (there is, however, watercolor and in individual jars and in tubes, but rather adult artists), the life of watercolors longer than gouache, one box is enough for a long time; Inconsistent with her indelicate handling fast spoiled, easily flowing, long enough to dry: if it is put in a few layers on the sheet – the picture is likely to be messy – colorful layers do not overlap, and mix on a sheet