Criteria: All of these form of art have been displayed in museum and can material can be bought in art supply stores. These form of art are all done by hand and is still used very much in modern art.
If you don’t have any idea what to do during your free time, you can probably do some of these art projects down below.
A collage can be made from colorful pieces of paper, parts of books or magazines or any kind of paper in general. The origins of collage can be traced back hundreds of years, but this technique made a reappearance in the early 20th century as an art form of novelty. The term collage was invented by Georges Braques and Pablo Picasso in the beginning of the 20th century when collage became a distinctive part of modern art.
Collage is one of the very known technique of art for its simplicity and how it’s a form of art for all ages. Everybody is capable of doing this art work since it’s not a step by step procedure but a expressive and creative way of having something down on a canvas/paper.
4. Water Color
This kind of painting will take you lots of patience, especially trying to get the right way you want the finished product to look. Watercolor are made of of ingredients that are able to hold the pigment in suspension such as arabic gum or synthetic glycerol. Watercolors are usually translucent, and appear luminous hence the word ‘water’ in their name. The paint itself appears as a hard piece of color like chalk but when water is applied the pigment melts and is able to be used for painting. Water color has been used as early as the 1780’s created by William Reeves
Watercolour is commonly used to paint nature sceneries since the water like paint gives off a natural feeling. The pigment when smeared with water onto the canvas is extremely faint and is easily painted over when a mistake is made. It it also easy to paint with since the colour dries in a short amount of time and is easily coaxed over if the colour isn’t to your liking.
There are many kinds of different pastel you can choose from to do your art work, such as hard pastels, soft pastels, pastel pencils and the most commonly used, oil pastel. All pastels end up making a bold and vibrant art work that stands out in a good way when used properly. It is easy to mix colours and due to the facts they don’t have dry and crusty textures, when bumped into the colours it won’t be ruined. It is also the many few material that show up on any texture, it will show up on dark backgrounds, hard textures or even soft textures.
But if you do ever make a mistake it can be hard to fix since it’s put onto the surface so well. If the mistake is extremely small it’s possible to fix it, with the chances of ruining it can be high there is something called fixative spray. It will provide a bit more moisture to the surface and make it able to remove the mistake, in the end it also provides a nice glossy shine to the art work.
These two combinations have been best friends since forever for realistic drawings. The sketching part is commonly used to draw real life objects such as, people, fruits, animals and what ever you prefer. Sketching has a higher accuracy of it’s appearance than a 2D picture. When done sketching artist would either fill it in with colour or black and white. That black and white would be known as shading, it contrast the direction of the light where it reflects the model on your paper. It also gives some dimension to the picture which makes it seem more realistic and professional. If the artist have a high level skill, they are capable of doing something that seems 3D, it will look like something you see at a movie theater popping out at your face.
1. Finger Painting
I’m not joking when I say that this is also used for professional art. Many of us think that finger painting is for children from ages 3-7 but instead of randomly splatting bright vivid colours onto a piece of paper. Finger painting is a source of amusement and is capable of helping your brain. It’s a way to relieve stress, which is used in therapy and education.
The name itself is very self explanatory which means you use nothing but your hands to make the art work. It can give off the vibe of recklessness but when colours are used correctly the end product can be just as realistic as water colour work. Finger painting doesn’t have to be serious (just like when I described it to be) it is usually done by children for a source of amusement when bored also for adults,
it isn’t generally shown in museums because it’s difficult to make an artwork that looks professional. I would consider this one of the hardest ways to paint, your finger are very limited tools, with different shape and sizes it can be difficult to get a certain shape. In the end finger painting is always a fun thing to do, I don’t see anything bad coming from finger painting.