Halloween Pumpkins Art Resource – Watercolour

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Halloween Pumpkins Art Resource

Use this Halloween pumpkins art resource to teach your students how to gradate watercolour.  This one-page resource includes instructions on the bottom and you could even watch this video on how to gradate watercolour.  The good example that is included will give your students a clear idea of what you have in mind.

There are two versions – one with the spelling watercolour and one with the spelling watercolor.

There are many more Halloween art resources on The Arty Teacher.

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  • Pretty Pumpkin Practice

    I can’t wait to do this exercise with my Intro to Art 9th graders. I know they will like to practice on an actual object than a value scale. I’m also thinking of using this as a colored pencil practice.

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    • Thank you for taking the time to leave a review. Yes, I think it would work equally well with colored pencil.

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  • Watercolor Pumpkins

    I printed these out on watercolor paper for my 5-6 graders and they really engaged in learning how to make a wash!

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    • That’s great to hear! Thank you for your review.

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  • Great time-saver

    I enlarged these to remove the title to 115% and printed on 9 x 12 watercolor paper. My 7th and 8th graders are rather inexperienced with watercolor, so they experimented with flat & graded washes, wet-on-wet and blotting techniques. Great, easy product to use!

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    • It’s always interesting to hear how people are using my resources. It sounds like you were nice and experimental.

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