Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Artistic kids impromptu sketching session during birthday party

Art supplies and coloring book combo kit: always a good choice to stimulate budding artists' creativity.

The Crayola® Color Wonder® Magic Light Brush set initially caught Nicole's attention, but she later found the thick clear paint frustratingly hard to handle. While they work well in preventing potential messy staining accidents, their sticky gel consistency does not help paint flow as readily nor as smoothly as a juicy wash of artist watercolor paint. Thus this kit would be recommended for beginning artists that might make a mess, but more advance students would be better off with quality paints and close supervision for a more fruitful and joyful painting experience.
Despite the glue-like consistency, the young artist managed to produce a fairly pleasing abstract piece.
Encourage practice and enjoyment of the drawing challenge, and artistic growth and confidence will naturally follow.
Pencil sketch of dancing guys which already display several graphic symbols for sounds and music.
Never too young to start doodling and following her big sister's example.
Confidently drawing with permanent ink from a Pitt Artist brush pen.
This aquatic menagerie included a whale, dolphin, and shark among other creatures over a spiral pattern grid.
"Good cousins draw the requests of their younger cousins".
Coloring a custom Purple Ranger with Caran D'Ache Neocolor II watercolor crayons.
Nicole's wall galleries.

Camila showing a promising start in figure drawing with this little guy which was "butt-enhanced" by her sister with a "3" symbol sketch.

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