The monthly subscription entitles you to view as many art tutorials as you wish. We created these lessons for elementary and middle school children and have grouped them into three different collections: 1) Kindergarten through second grade; 2) third through fourth grade; and 3) fifth through sixth grade. The videos are in English. We will add three videos every week. You can also rent a video for a period of 30 days for the low price of $4 USD per video.
This collection of videos focuses on our Arctic Friends: for grades K-2, a cute baby harp seal pup; for grades 3-4, a family of Emperor penguins; and for our fifth and sixth graders, a polar bear who gets a visit from his friend, a baby beluga.
This lesson is inspired by the beautiful illustration in the book:
“Waiting for Wolf” by Sandra Dieckmann.
Learn about the different parts of a landscape while sketching and painting Fox in the Mountains.
Add textures to give volume, depth and movement, shadows and highlights, and convey the ill...
This tutorial is inspired by the art of Nikki Frumkin, a Seattle based plein-air artist.
We will explore different watercolor techniques, learn about depth in a landscape ,creating shadows and highlights, proportions and texture.
Nikki Frumkin’s website: https://drawntohighplaces.com/