Popsicle Art | MOHIT BHARDWAJ | Skillshare

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Lessons in This Class

6 Lessons (16m)
    • 1. Introduction

      0:39
    • 2. Material Required

      0:27
    • 3. Creating Canvas

      1:21
    • 4. Painting Background

      4:36
    • 5. Making Design

      8:13
    • 6. Project Work

      0:22
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About This Class

If you love popsicles and want to create an art using popsicle sticks then this class is for you!!.

In this class, you will learn:

  • Art Supplies you need for doing popsicle art
  • How to make a canvas using popsicle sticks
  • How to paint these canvas using Acrylic colours.

Material you Need during Session:

  • Popsicle Sticks(around 10)
  • Acrylic Colors
  • Fevicol
  • Paint Brushes
  • Water
  • Paper Towel

You will be able to Paint Popsicle Sticks after this class.

Even if  you are new to Popsicle Art, you can easily learn this art form in this class easily.

Meet Your Teacher

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MOHIT BHARDWAJ

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I'm Mohit Bhardwaj, an Engineer, Artist and an Explorer from New Delhi, India.

I started Art as a hobby but with time it became an important part of my Life. I find my inspiration in my day-to-day life See full profile

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Transcripts

1. Introduction: Hello everyone. Hart guest. Welcome to my class. And this class, I will show you how you can easily paint wooden ice cream states using acrylic colors. Firstly, I will discuss about the material that you will need to make this popsicle art. After that, I will show you how to make small canvas using popsicles. And then we will start painting on this popsicle canvas. And at the end, there will be a simple project work for you. So let us start. 2. Material Required: For this obstacle, art, we'd need a few ice cream stick, fabric, oil, acrylic colors, paintbrush, voter. And they dropped napkin or clothing that we will use to clean RP and rush via the canvas using the ice cream sticks. In the next video. 3. Creating Canvas: Let us start making our canvas. Bake some ice cream sticks. I took ten steaks. You can pick any number, align them like this, one by one. Once you are done with this pig to most things, apply some 5B coal or you can use glucagon as well. Put the stick on one corner and press it really very hard. Similarly, big stake apply you Febby goal and placed it on another coordinate. Now, allow this vehicle to dry for five to ten minutes. 4. Painting Background: Now this is completely dry and ready to use. And we'd need four colors to make our bag ground. But been green, blue. And this light blue shift, we have making it night sky. So we will start with a dark blue big fled brush used by little voter. Painting in a to and fro motion like this. Right now, our ice cream states may be partially visible. For this, we can add another layer of same color and just do it in one direction, only like this. Now, the next color we are going to use is this one. The purple color. We use very little water and try to blend both the caliph died to be quick here, as V out to you is the acrylic colors and they dry really very fast. And once it is dried, David not blend properly and the main lope get the perfect finishing. Here we are done with this color. Now, the next Colombia using light blue. As we see, this color is really very light and ice creams takes on visible. So we will add another layer of this color. Big bump by color. One more time to blend delayers this month really beautifully. Now the last color, it is green. This is to give a glossy texture. In the end. This is how I beg don't would look like. 5. Making Design: Don't forget the edges. Now, let us start the drawing. I am doing it directly with the colors, but you can make a rough structure using pencil and then use colors just to build safe side. Here we are using only black color. Tried to use brown person this, so that we can do the detailed links easily. I am using a six number down brush. You can use any brush between number 16. Do it very carefully. We don't want to spoil our background. B, I'm making standing on the edge of the hill. And hey, Bart is, start with legs. Continue with the Bodie. But I do maintain the ratio. At last, we can add some BP links wherever we feel like adding something. Now, we are making a full moon using white garlic. You can directly be ended with Bush. Well, you can make using benthic and then fill it. Make sure you don't bump on black color by making this moon. Okay. And then Mao, and this is how a finite pops the Gulf painting look like. 6. Project Work: Now here is your project work. Try making popsicle painting on your own. With pictures of your work. Upload them in your project section. Keep painting, keep creating. Bye-bye.