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[ Music] Lesson One: Mysteries of Buddhist Art Tibetan Mandala. The spread of Buddhism not only imparted forth meditative rites but also incorporates aesthetic talent as a religion service. In Tibet, Buddhist friars compose colored mandalas to instance their sincere conscientiousness. They use balanced geometric molds in a circular decoration to represent wholeness and solidarity. Other meditative artistry institutions array from beach drawing – the artistry of layering beach – to applique – the artistry of overlapping and seaming clothes to organize an idol.
In this task, members will combine mandala structures with applique techniques. Materials for each participate a pencil, three expanses of sketch article, fabric markers, three bits of cloth, scissors, and adhesive. Lesson changes: younger members go to Fristkids.org for Recycle Assemblage. Advanced members can add seaming techniques such as embroidery to this activity.
Suggested it deciphers Becoming Buddha The Story of Siddhartha by Whitney Stewart.
Step One: On the sketch, article evokes a large square, a medium circle, and a small square. Pace Two: employ scissors to cut out each article determine. Step Three: discover the paper molds onto your pick of cloth exerting a fabric marker. Step Four: cut out each cloth determine. Step Five: adhesive the cloth molds together with the largest on the bottom and smallest on surpass. Pace Six: decorate your mandala with a balanced motif exerting fabric marker and seams of fabric scraps. Formerly you’ve ended this activity, call fristkids.org to create a hall to share your artwork with friends and family![ Music]
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Hey everyone and welcome to the fraternity today I’ll be presenting you how to draw Grumpy Cat. So We’re going to start by drawing the eyes from the left who are capable of depicting a slight swerve from the outside towards the inside proceeding across the same happen on the right side and even crack in the middle. We’ll effort our room across now eventually in the eyes underneath, so we’re going to depict a half-circle underneath chose started on that windy little overlap swerve down towards the bottom of the eye and then back up do the same happen on the right side start from the inside coming down to the bottom will fold this in underneath forgiveness get a little chip of an attention luggage from here what’s going to exist that becomes underneath the eye on the left exactly coming down and out to the same happen on the right side is at the details inside the iso underneath this eyelid don’t half curve on the left feature for a highlight across like that and we took the person or persons in underneath, so I’m gonna need this highlight just going to curve around fold that in underneath the eyelid go ahead and close in pitch-black do the same happen on the right side so up now on the left that highlight half curve and then underneath the highlighting going to draw in the person or persons correctly tucked in underneath go ahead to color that in pitch-black from here I’m just going to add a little frown front that comes in from the inside of the ice.
Over here on the left would occur in and up on the right side will do the same situations being carried out in and up in between the eyes are gonna be there in a nose so right in now right up now where we’re going to draw a straight line proceeding across straight line come down to short-lived threads on either side where the swerve in towards the middle but we’re gonna leave a little crack in the centre now so coming in and down in and down on the right exactly connect it with a shorter than the line across from now we’re going to move on down and meet the mouse we’re going to draw a big swerve so it’s like really upset so it’s going to occur from the left up underneath the nose and then down on the right side started on that feature when you go up we’re just going to come down a little chip higher than we have on the left from the bottom of the nose right in the centre of a little front connecting the cheek and the nose let’s work on the way all over the outer boundary of the brain so exactly up now we’re going to draw a swerve from left to right exactly above each I so right here going to curb across enough to write about their i’m going to add a little chip of fur hard so from this feature will go out and back in time another one used to go and back in we depict three of these and we’re just sort of working out way out towards the left here on the right will do the same happen out and in a little bit of a fix that we’re outlining one more like that such work our room down the side of the look so from now existed around the eye down towards the chin coming down like that on the right will swerve down down towards the chin from here gonna add a little bit of fleeces
so he was going to curb up going to one more four threads we’re gonna do a little fix is down and up to do the same happen on the right we’re going to restrain up then we do a little fix in it up let’s draw on the bottom of the chin so from here is going to occur underneath the face about not all the room towards the middle going to the crack in the middle now on the right will swerve down and in let’s contribute some of the patch detail in the look so right within the ID now and occur down towards the nose of those on the right will do the same happen now from here from the bottom line of those wishes to curve around the mouth and down to the side of the neck so in this area on the left around the mouth on the right will curve around the mouth right about there and then we’re going to coalescethis into the side of the look your secure up right into that little hard they’re the same happen on the right side up now we want to add a little bit of patchwork here so right now curved down on the right will swerve down we’re going to work our room down to the feature of the look now so here I want to bending out and up on the right direction out so we’re just offsetting this out as we go and draw us back in with a short Kerr in and then we’re gonna effort our room to the side of the look over here swerve out right
we’ll do the same happen so developing out let’s contribute some ears inspect so that you’re on the right to be pointing upwards where the one on the left got to go pointing out towards left so starting exactly write a midst right here would occur up to the tip-off of its first year will draw us back in the opposite attitude so coming down in behind the side of the face there we’re going to draw the internal fluttering of the ear so right here we step over and attain our room to that detail with a swerve going up to the same happen on this feature so we start right here because the ears pointed out this room occur out towards the left going to pull this back to the feature of the brain coming down and in for the tip-off of its first year want to curb in behind the brain so we’re going to the wider as you come in like that we had a few little wire your whiskers coming out from the side of the brain so right here on the side on the left got to go a little jiggle like that sucks a couple on the side on the right will do the same happen computing a couple random wiggly threads let’s work our room down towards their own bodies so the other side of the jaw right here on the left exactly underneath the swerve down and out and then exactly draw it in exactly like a little bit of a billow on the right feature will do the same things are coming out and then in let’s work our room down towards the cup so right in the middle now I depict two threads occur in towards each other on the left incur in and down on the right occur in and down we depict the first Paul on the left over now and come out and draw this back up going to layer these little interruption so right on the side now and depict another fix and i will draw one more but this one’s going to go over first part that’s going to go over there at the top of this swerve going to go up the short-lived little swerve like that let’s do the same happen on the right starting from the heel coming around first toe on the side now passing the second toe and then the third largest toe is going to go up and over the second to like that the top of this swerve exactly curl up like that in between the heels depict a straight line across the lower figure let’s draw on the posterior legs so up now we depict the leg first so on the left feature swerve out and then down to write about there was the same height as we have on the side of their own bodies on the right will front it up used to go and then down this sucks the paws so right here is step up and then exactly drooping out and then right in behind the front area there are a few little Paul line so right here swerve and depict it twice to the same happen on the right side right now next is just a little bit longer to step up going out towards the cup like we did on the left i’m going to push this back in with the restrain in behind the front paw and a few little curves for the interruption i don’t think we’re gonna have a fanny we’re going to swerve this around the body so we start on the outside first so going up now to limits out like we did with this first we’re going to push this back in the opposite attitude of the shortcut going up now I curve around the tip-off of the fanny and push that back in the short-lived front we can seem a little bit fluffy so we can occur out again push that back in final one we’re gonna used to go now this one we’re going to go over it exactly stroking the tip-off of that paw they’re developing across like that we go back towards the tip-off of the paw strong another wrinkle front like that and that’s pretty much it there we have it there’s Grumpy Cat.
draw it in exactly like a little bit of a billow on the right feature will do the same things are coming out and then in let’s work our room down towards the cup so right in the middle now I depict two threads occur in towards each other on the left incur in and down on the right occur in and down we depict the first Paul on the left over now and come out and draw this back up going to layer these little interruption so right on the side now and depict another fix and i will draw one more but this one’s going to go over first part that’s going to go over there at the top of this swerve going to go up the short-lived little swerve like that let’s do the same happen on the right starting from the heel coming around first toe on the side now passing the second toe and then the third largest toe is going to go up and over the second to like that the top of this swerve exactly curl up like that in between the heels depict a straight line across the lower figure let’s draw on the posterior legs so up now we depict the leg first so on the left feature swerve out and then down to write about there was the same height as we have on the side of their own bodies on the right will front it up used to go and then down this sucks the paws so right here is step up and then exactly drooping out and then right in behind the front area there are a few little Paul line so right here swerve and depict it twice to the same happen on the right side right now next is just a little bit longer to step up going out towards the cup like we did on the left I’m going to push this back in with the restrain in behind the front paw and a few little curves for the interruption i don’t think we’re gonna have a fanny we’re going to swerve this around the body so we start on the outside first so going up now to limits out like we did with this first we’re going to push this back in the opposite attitude of the shortcut going up now I curve around the tip-off of the fanny and push that back in the short-lived front we can seem a little bit fluffy so we can occur out again push that back in final one we’re gonna used to go now this one we’re going to go over it exactly stroking the tip-off of that paw they’re developing across like that we go back towards the tip-off of the paw strong another wrinkle front like that and that’s pretty much it there we have it there’s Grumpy Cat.
I don’t think we’re gonna have a fanny we’re going to swerve this around the body, so we start on the outside first so going up now to limits out like we did with this first we’re going to push this back in the opposite attitude of the shortcut going up now I curve around the tip-off of the fanny and push that back in the short-lived front we can seem a little bit fluffy so we can occur out again push that back in final one we’re gonna used to go now this one we’re going to go over it exactly stroking the tip-off of that paw they’re developing across like that we go back towards the tip-off of the paw strong another wrinkle front like that and that’s pretty much it there we have it there’s Grumpy Cat.
Hi today I want to show you how I will make this cat out of newspaper I will start paint cat Now I will cut out cat and this is will be my pattern I transfer pattern on cardboard and I will cut out cat out of cardboard I will need two cat out of cardboard now I use few rolls from cardboard wide about 5 centimeters and I will fix it these rolls with hot glue gun at several locations and now I will fix the second cat out of cardboard on the rolls from cardboard.
Now I will wrap cat with wrapping foil, and now I use rolls from newspaper, and I will fix rolls together with little bit glue, and I will wrap this rolls around cat in all directions, and I will make the end Now I use rolls from newspaper around the circumference of the cat.
Now I use glue and after drying I will cut newspaper rolls between two rolls now I remove cardboard and wrapping foil, and I have two halves Now I use spray paint, and now I will fix two halves of cat together with hot glue gun, and I will cover this connection with another roll from newspaper I use more spray paint and here is my cat and I will decorate cat with ribbon I use smaller bow and flower, and I will fix flower to bow with hot glue gun, and I will fix this bow with flower on cat, and I have finished decorating, and I made this new decoration from recycling material and recycle newspapers I think that it looks a nice.
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In the 1950 s, Andy Warhol created silkscreen portraits of luminaries using mass-produced images and non-traditional blocks of colour, which became Pop Art icons. I’m going to show you a merriment and easy-going technique to transmit and replicate images onto clay tiles. Then, by adding fascinating colour combinations, students can create their own Pop Art self portraits. Hi, I’m Mary Skydema and I’d like to introduce you to Pop Art Clay Portraits. First, have students find a photo of themselves and make a black and white-hot imitate of it. A be closed down works best, and it should be as simple as possible. You’ll want your work tables to be covered in canvas to keep the clay from fastening. A white-hot clay torso works best for vibrant colour and you can cut the slabs right from the pulley-block. I’ve rolled a slab of clay approximately one quarter inch thick-skulled. A thickness strip on each side of the slab helps to keep the slab even, and you want to roll both courses across the slab to align the clay specks and reduce your chances of warping subsequently. The slab is just slightly larger than the image I’m going to use.
So have your students choose which features of the photograph is required to be transmitted to establish the best available, simplified line drawing. I’m going to use a gel pen to go over the lines of the photo that I’m going to carry to the clay. I like to mark the four corners for ease of cutting subsequently. I just like to throw small-minded little marks in the corners with my gel pen that I’m going to apply as a guide.
So we’re going to region the image face down onto the clay and rub it with your fingers. We’re just going to let it is participating in a few seconds. We’re going to peel up the working paper to check the carry-over. If it’s not quite dark enough, wait a few more seconds and remove the paper. If your clay is slightly drier, a little fog on the back of the working paper will do the trick. Your likenes has transmitted, and as you can see it’s now a mirror image.
At this degree I’m going to use a ruler to cut the slab into a tile. I’m using these little marks I left as a guide on the corners. Okay, and you are able to smooth the edges of the tile slightly with a little sea on your fingertips, and then we’re going to start engraving. Now we’re going to use a small ribbon tool to engrave into our image. This soft slab can quite easily be engraved. Some might prefer to let the clay stiffen slightly, and you’ll figure out which you prefer. In addition to using these ribbon tools to engrave, you can also merely use a single stratum of a baggie, region it over the tile, and use a pen to just go over your paths. This is going to result in a nice smooth rim without burrs. You can see how that is about to change. Try not to move the tile other than to flip it over once or twice for even drying. When the tile is totally dry, or burnt, it’s time to apply colour.
I like to fill all my engraved paths in with black paint to mimic the black outline many of the Pop artists utilized. If your tile is burnt, you can paint black acrylic paint into the lines. I’m just moistening it a little bit with clear sea. I’m just going to take some plain age-old black acrylic and brush it over about a 1/4 of the tile a period. Got to move a little bit quickly so that you don’t have a whole lot remove, then you just go back with your sponge, and wipe away the surface of the tile.
It’s going to leave the black acrylic in the carved regions. If your tile is stimulated of breath dry clay, the black paint must be painted into the carved regions. Now with a small brush we can apply colour. For this project Blick Studio Acrylics dedicates good coverage on either the fire tile or the breath dry one. Pastel are another option, but should be sprayed with a fixative as a final step. Oil colours likewise progressing well, and impart a very profound colour saturated finished product, and ceramic underglazes is so great as is or with a clear glaze on top.
Hello, today on Wondermint Kids, I’m here with my friend, Flora, who is a great artist. Hi! And we are making a cute and recreation activity made out of recycled crayons. We learned it from Martha Stewart! All right, to get started you’ll requirement a few old-fashioned crayons, a muffin pan … … and a mother or guardian to help you. Okay, “if youre trying to” get started, take a lot of crayons and start peeling the wrappers off.
Now you can break up your crayons into minuscule sections. If it’s too hard exploiting your thumbs … … ask an adult and they are able to cut it up with a spear. Now you’re going to take a few crayons and put them in your muffin pan. And you are able to make any blueprint you miss and use any colourings you miss. Now, ask an adult to heat the oven to 150 degrees and then put your muffin pan into the oven. And voila! This is what they’ll look like! To get this craftsmanship intuition and more, visit our blog, wondermintkids.com. Bye! Wow! That is so cool! That looks like an eraser
I am Leonardo Pereznieto and I am so glad to see you again. Today I’ll draw a pony for you. I begin by practicing the line that I want to do. Then I sketch an organic pattern same to a peanut. This is how I start drawing a pony if it is in profile. Then I gently label where the intelligence got to go get up to, and also the sides of the animal. This is very light, and maybe it can’t be seen very well. I sketch the muscles which for right now will have a brilliant triangular influence. I sustain by now establishing some pattern to the horse. I do the leg with straight lines.
The hoof leads about here. And now the hind leg. I will rapidity this out otherwise some of my students may fall asleep, and I will get disconcerted with the store. I do the form of the intelligence, and the features. This peanut is slightly long, I’ll make it shorter. The tush. I begin shadowing. I’m utilizing a couple of pictures as a remark, but I require the muscles and bones to show in my pull, it was, therefore, gazing richer and most realistic, but as I can’t see those in the picture, I am also utilizing a pony anatomy chart. I hope that with all of this, I can get a good ensue. Here, for example, I glean some muscles. I lightly indicate the rib. And I continue in this way, shadowing while doing the pattern and the details.
There are some other bones that one may watch, like the knee. I reinforce some darkness and then put some reflexions with the eraser. Exceedingly well. I hope at no time I woke up everyone else who has fallen asleep, but predominantly I hope that it was helpful for those who manage to stay awake. In the comments, I would love to know what do you think about it.
I like to see nonsense. Today I’m going to show you how to screen book your own t-shirts. You’re going to need a screen, a squeegee, and some photo emulsion. This nonsense comes in 2 responsibilities. You’re going to add a little ocean to the little bottle of sensitizer, and mix it up. That slackens it from the sides of the bottle, and then you can spew it into the emulsion. Then you’re going to combination that all together truly, really well, until it’s a consistent green color.
It might take a little while, but you want to make sure that you get it fully consistent. Once you have it, you spew a bit of it onto the screen. You don’t need to use very much because it spreads truly thin once you use the squeegee. Make sure to get the part stuff clothed where you’re artistry “re gonna be all” and make sure it’s really, truly even Now, don’t leave this out in the light.Gave a love on it to dehydrate and pass the light-headeds off. You want it to dry in the dark. Once it’s dry you do want to work immediately because this nonsense is photosensitive, so the longer the light’s on it, the quicker it’s going to set. Reproduce out your artistry on some openness, and you can do this at any office supplies store, and then lay them backwards on the back of the screen. Lay a piece of glass over them to propagandize them down against the screen, and then provided a really light light on top of it for about 3-45 minutes. So, while we’re waiting on that, I want to tell you about this. In this box is a queen-size mattress. Unbelievably it fits in this box. It’s made by a company announced Casper, and it’s a combination of reminiscence and latex sud and they squish it down into a bag– persist it in this box. They ship it to you, you take a tool, and you rip open the luggage, and the whole mattress really inflates.
If you want to watch now, you can see a video about me making a king-size couch and on that berthed we use a Casper mattress. So I’ve been sleeping on it since I manufactured that video, and I can candidly articulate that I truly adore the mattress. Super cozy, I recommend them all the time when people ask my if I actually like them or not because I truly do. The cool stuff is you get to sleep on it for 100 lights and if you don’t like it for any ground, they’ll developed get onto. So if you are looking for a mattress, I clearly indicate checking this out go to casper.com. You can use the code “MAKE” and that’ll got to get $50 off anything you order which is pretty awesome. So, is checked’ em out. Thanks to Casper for patronizing this video. Let’s get back to the publication. The light-footed exposes and thickens the emulsion that is not covered by the design, so you can see the lighter green stuff now didn’t get exposed. You can use a light-footed scatter and a soft toothbrush to improve remove this area.
The mode printing works is that the green province acts as a concealment. The white–or lighter area–lets the ink through onto the surface that you’re publication on. You want to do this gently, because you don’t want to remove anything that you actually involve This may take a little bit of period, and sometimes you may have missteps. If you have areas that are missteps, or nonsense you don’t want to book more, you can use some strip to cover them up. Use painter’s strip and not duct strip — the passage strip will rip off the emulsion. -Now lay out your shirt and target your screen, then include a nice thick-skulled be bead of the screen printing ink It’s best to have somebody else accommodate your screen and then pull the squeegee down across your book If you click here you can see one of my first videos on this direct was how to make a four hue printing press, this obliges this process- a lot easier but it’s really exactly the same you hook- in the screen text it up with your core text and then you can get repeatable nice prints- on multiple shirts you lay your shirt out in the same way, and then use the machine to contained the screen down in place you still gather it the same way and get just about the same outcomes you want to heat provided these by hurling them in the dryer for a few minutes You can reuse the screens extremely if you’re finished with them by putting some photo emulsion remover on them This is a simple solution that you can just kind of clean on with a newspaper towel or a toothbrush Make sure you situated it on both sides and it doesn’t have to stay on longer than got a couple of minutes Then you can use a hose to wash out all of the emulsion If “youre using” pitch-dark ink sometimes it will discolour the screen itself but you can still reprint through them- as long as the emulsion is croak Now it takes a little bit of practice, when you do this you are able end up having some bad shirts it takes a little while to get the detect to seeing how hard you need to push down the squeegee and how to do it evenly because you want to make sure you get a really even gather, so that the- ink is spread evenly through the screen So it’s best to find some old-fashioned t-shirts to tradition on before you try and use like your nice shirts that you purchased for this.
Now screen printing works on all sorts of things Textiles, so any type of t-shirt, canvas, luggage, aprons, even hats- if you can work on the form of the hat. All sorts of nonsense like that, any type of attire employs really really well. Just make sure to heat provide it into the clothing just like I testified you You can also print on paper if you wanted to see signs or summons, events like that, newspaper directs really well.
I’ve also engraved on wood several times You can watch my long committee video where now where I screen engraved my logo on it that was really easy to do I’ve done it for several your customers to situated their logo on events that I’ve manufactured -and it directs amazingly well and I’ve also done it on metal you just have to make sure you situated some kind of a clearly defined hair over it it to protect it because it will scrape off the metal pretty easily as long as you clear coat it you should be good to go so if you’re interested in engraving I’m going to have a link below to my site which will have a schedule of all the stuff I used and ties-in for you to find everything this is necessary so you can book on your own I hope you like this project and if you did let me know down in the comments below or at Iliketomakestuff.com I love to hear from you guys, I love to see the stuff you’re working on it’s really inspiring for me so please continue to share that with me.
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Today we’re gonna take you through an abstract artwork. We’ll do it step-by-step. But we’ll fast motion it up for you, so you’ll get to see the whole situation are working together. So sit by and enjoy.[ music] Well here we have another finished artwork. I hope you enjoyed watching the beginnings of this artwork are working together. I wasn’t able to show you the full artwork because it’s such a slow artwork to create. You gotta be so slow and meticulous. It would have taken such a very long time on the video to do that for you. So I’ve just added a short peek to seeing how you see it is working together. It’s just a matter of putting colorings on top colorings. To start off with. I used a beautifully textured base to start off with. And that presents us a real interest in the artwork. I’ll zoom in to be allowed to “ve got a bit of a” seam, and you can see all that texture lead-in that I’ve being implemented in underneath here to get those textures working for you. Then once you’ve got the texture on, you’ve gotta be able to tape up all of these shapes, and we’ve gotta be able to do that in a manner that is that we are able to hinder those sharp boundaries without color bleeding through where all the rough edges are on the texture underneath.
So I’ll be demonstrating you the step-by-step format on one of my next DVDs in my series. So if are you gonna go to the website, check out the website and check a whole piling of other art lessons with entirely different art styles. So, I hope you enjoyed that. And until next time, happy depict.
Did you know that you can use drinking straws not only for sucking your favorite soda or milkshakes? But too for obligating colorful bracelets that are perfect for summertime? They are so recreation and natural to force, you won’t believe it! And today I’m going to show you how to obligate them so you can obligate them For this project you are going to need nylon thread in the color of your selection.
A few drinking straws in the color of your choice as well I employed ordinary plastic straw I had at home. And you will also need scissors, a marker, a ruler and some tape. Start by segmenting the straw into segments extending your marker I assessed out 1 cm, but you are able to measure out any section you want. If “you’ve had” that, plow ahead and cut the straw into patches expanding the employment guidelines we are only created I cut off about 20 -2 5 pieces of straw after that, cut off your nylon thread at about 1 meter or more so you have enough thread working in cooperation with it.
Then fold the yarn in half and protected the crease with some tape to your desk Now we can finally start establishing the bracelet First take one side of the thread and gather it through the straw from one surface like a pendant. Then do the same with the other end of the thread And then draw everything tight Be sure to obligate the loop at the top not very broad as this is going to be a part of the ending. Now you only need to repeat this step until your bracelet is long enough for your wrist too.
Pull one surface of the thread through the straw and then do the same with the other side. It doesn’t matter what side you are going to start with and if the fiber should be below or above, so don’t worry about that Every access acts fine! If you want to leave space between each straw patch for your design, you can do that of course. But if you get uneven spreads in between and you don’t like it, you are able to carefully draw everything together by moving one patch at a time towards the crown. And as soon as the bracelet is long enough, fasten the end with a bow. Now you are able to create a closure that you are able to open and close.
You can add a bigger patch of straw the same way as we did with the bracelet role and protected it with some bows/ This access you are able to gather it through the loop and wear it like that. Or you can just secure both concluded with a few bows since the bracelet is pretty elastic ensure that you are obligated bows that are strong enough, so the bracelet doesn’t open accidently. And maybe you know a kind of proper bow technique that is absolutely secure You can bind the bracelets however you like. You can use drinking straws in 2 different colors Cut the patches a lot smaller Or mingled 2 different sizes together So basically you can experiment and create your own favorite bracelet! And if “you’re willing to” recreate these bangles, ensure that you are share situation with me! I would really love to see them! I hope you experienced this video and felt it helpful if you did, be sure to like this video and agree if you haven’t already to watch more recreation and easy DIYs in the future!