Painting for Kids: Learn to Paint a Scruffy Cat with Acrylic Paints
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Crazy Cat Introduction0:26
Step 1: Paint Background5:49
Step 2: Paint Cat6:21
Step 3: Details onto Cat6:04
About This Class
Are you searching for a fun and unique painting project for your child?
Are you looking for an art project that will ensure artistic success and confidence?
Are you seeking an experienced art teacher to guide your child into the wonderful world of acrylic painting?
This Scruffy Cat Acrylic Painting Project may be just what you are looking for! Designed with beginners in mind, this project is perfect for children ages 8-12 years old. By following along with me, step-by-step, your child will learn the skills to create masterpieces of their own long after the project is complete.
There are three steps in this art project:
- Step 1: Paint Background
- Step 2: Paint Cat onto Background
- Step 3: Paint Details onto Cat Painting
The process used to teach this project is a kid-tested, step-by-step method that will both inspire and delight your child into painting action! This process involves observing, following instructions, and creating until the student is happy with the desired outcome.
Students will learn basic acrylic painting techniques and apply these techniques to complete this project. This Scruffy Cat Acrylic Painting Project is designed to give children the tools they need to begin their artistic journey into self-expression, reflection, and creative thinking.
Supplies and materials needed for this project:
- Heavy Paper (Acrylic Paper Works Great!)
- Acrylic Paints (Black, Pink, and White for Cat. Your Choice of Light Colors for the Background)
- Paint Brushes (One Small and Large)
- plastic fork
- paper towels
- paper plates
- bowl of water
Let the creative fun begin!
Hi. My name is Em Winn and teaching art to children is what I love to do! I pride myself on creating dynamic, meaningful, and engaging art lessons that are taught in a relaxing and joyful way. I have nearly 20 years teaching experience in the elementary classroom and in the art studio, and I feel that I have a good grasp on how to create a learning environment that makes children feel happy, motivated, confident, and successful. Let the creative fun begin!