About this webinar
Learn Easy Blending & Make Milky Way Galaxy
In this webinar children will learn blending of different colours with the help of different brushes & their fingers. Also they will learn making Milky Way galaxy.
Blending is a method that involves subtly blending two or more colours or values to soften lines or create a gentle transition. It's crucial for artists to practise blending in whichever medium they select to use. It increases the work's subtlety and might give your artwork a more polished, finished appearance. While blending may be done with any kind of paint, we frequently consider it to be most effective when using oils or acrylics. It's an excellent method for achieving a gradual change from one colour to another and is very helpful in adding finer details and giving your paintings a more realistic appearance.
Milky way Galaxy, is the galaxy that houses our solar system refers to how it appears to us on Earth: as a faint band of light in the night sky made of stars. It contains stars, clouds of dust and gas called nebulae, planets, and asteroids. Stars, dust, and gas fan out from the center of the Galaxy in long spiraling arms. The Milky Way is approximately 100,000 light-years in diameter. Our solar system is 26,000 light-years from the center of the Galaxy.
Milky way galaxy art is an perfect example of mixing and blending colours.
Material required- Drawing sheet, acrylic paint, brushes, water for cleaning the brushes, masking tape (optional) & tissue paper.
Bhoomika Sharma Artist
Bhoomika Sharma is a student of BA (J&MC). She is a self-taught artist who has been working on her art for the past three years. She is more inclined towards Indian art. She excels in making traditional art using an acrylic medium. Bhoomika believes that art is a form of meditation that one can engage in to find peace with everything. Apart from her studies in Journalism and passion for art, she is avidly fond of photography and writing.
Benefits Of Webinar
Summary Of Webinar
- Website Sessions:
- Registrations: 3