Sugary Sweet Introduction:
Sugary sweet is a nostalgic journey in to the land of candy, a nod to those days of innocence when the sights and smells of a sweetie shop were all a little girl longed for.
Skip with me through the candy cane gates and join me for some Sugary Sweet fun.
This class is a basic level, self paced class full of ideas and inspirations with 20 instructional videos. It should be suitable for all kinds of levels of artistic abilities and fun for everyone!!
Lesson 1: Truly Scrumptious
Using a journal/workbook to reminisce over our favourite childhood sweeties
Lesson 2: Sweet and Innocent
Using a journal/workbook to create some fun candy sayings
Lesson 3: Pic 'n' Mix
Painting the face - 3 easy to create girls faces on canvas board and some candy themed accessories in our journal/workbooks
Lesson 4: Simply Sweet
Bringing your candy girl characters to life.
Lesson 5: Candy World
Using our imaginations to create girls on fun candy themed landscape backgrounds.
As well as the videos themselves teacher support is included with the class along with access to a private facebook group. Teacher support/advice/critiques etc is always available throughout the duration of your time in the class. You can contact me in a variety of ways depending on your preference, either directly in the typepad class comments section, via the private class facebook group, facebook private message or via email if preffered. I aim to answer all messages within 48hrs.
Yummy Scrummy Supply List:
Acrylic paints in colours of your choice (I will be using some fun neon colours in this class too) any brand of paint will do americana, crafters, golden, gallaria, liquitex etc
The 3 not to be missed colours I use for the unifying layers In the faces of my girl's in this class are in; Decoart Americana - flesh tone, Decoart crafters acrylic - light antique white and Decoart crafters acrylic - white
Small journal/notebook (I will be using my suedey feel derwent journal size 120mmx170mm)
Watercolour crayons/pencils (I'm using caran d'ache Neocolour II)
pencil and eraser
A selection of Prismacolour pencil crayons including black, white, red, pink, brown and light blue.
Sharpie/posca pens in various colours
Canvas boards/canvas/wood painting panel (whatever substrate you are comfortable working on)
Paintbrushes (I use short handled flat brushes and small rounds; you can use whatever you feel comfortable with) I also use some sponge/applicator brushes too.
Charcoal pencil (I use Derwent tinted charcoal in medium or 'peat')
Brayer/old store card for spreading paint.