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Paint can picture

Paint can picture

Paint can picture
TRY OTHER COLORS

Scratch out the main outline of your picture first. Then make parts of the picture stand out with little scratches put close together. Try wavy lines, wiggly lines, zigzag lines, wide lines, and tiny lines.
Trv other colors over dif-ferent kinds of colored paper.

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Paint wallpapers

Paint wallpapers

Paint wallpapers
SCRATCH DRAWINGS

Did  you know  you could  make pictures In taking colors away from paper? Pictures made in tin’s backwards way are called etchings, or scratch drawings.
Cover one side of a piece ol white cardboard with layers ol black crayon. Color first one way, then another, then another, until none of the white cardboard shows through.
Take a nail, or a straight pin, or a paper clip, and scratch on the paper.

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Paint colors picture

Paint colors picture

Paint colors picture
Using an Old Rag

You can paint with a rag made ot burlap or towel cloth just the way you paint with a sponge. But the marks of the rag will be different from those of a sponge.
For the most fun of all, try out all these ways ot painting on one picture.

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Paint picture online

Paint picture online

Paint picture online
Using a Sponge

You can paint pictures with a sponge. Dip it in wet paint and touch it to the paper lightly. Notice that sponge marks look different from paintbrush marks. Now try pressing the sponge down hard. Then try rubbing it on the paper. Then try twisting the sponge as you press down on it.

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Paint ideas kids

Paint ideas kids

Use Different Kinds of Paper
Rough paper or bumpy paper will make your paintings look different. Try painting on a rough paper towel, or on the ripply side of a cardboard carton, or on the scratchy side of an old piece of sandpaper.

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