How fantastic it is to dream about spring when we are surrounded by the whiteness of snow. I couldn’t help myself and had to include something related to spring as the last class of this Winter Art Class Season. A Spring Farm felt like a good idea and oil pastels were not used much for the past few weeks so let’s wake up Spring with a good splash of
I have prepared this spring farm with oil pastels but I let the children decide in case if they would like to use acrylic colours instead but when they saw how easy and beautiful the picture was with the use of oil pastels they all wanted to do it the exact same way.
I’m sure you think that oil pastels are quite popular and widely used at schools but do you think that you know how to use them in an efficient way and how to mix them and shade them between each other?
Yes, there is a bit more to oil pastels than you expected. We have used very basic techniques. Pressure blending (most loved by the children) – we have applied
If you are able to use all of those techniques in one artwork, you will definitely achieve very interesting and creative results. Our Spring Farm with oil pastels has turned fantastic. If you would like to learn more about oil pastels techniques please sign up for one of our courses.