Students just drew thole shapes of hills.
Then, they used crayons to add patterns.
Finally, they painted over the crayons to create a wash with a variety of watercolors.
You can see liquid watercolors, regular watercolor cakes, and metallic watercolor cakes.
I love the differences in the way these types of watercolors look.
|The round things are regular watercolor cakes. They are stackable. The wheels screw together.|
|Best thing ever: liquid watercolors in those tiny clear cups from the cafeteria and in a tempera cake tray!|
|Regular ol' watercolor cakes here.|