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Lesson Posted on 23/11/2018 Art and Creativity/Art and Craft/Craft

Dry Flowers

Saima

It is a well-known fact that people use different plant materials for aesthetic purposes by various methods. Leaves are naturally beautiful, but they do not last for very long away from the tree. The skeleton leaves that have been reduced to their framework of veins can be created to preserve the everlasting... read more

It is a well-known fact that people use different plant materials for aesthetic purposes by various methods. Leaves are naturally beautiful, but they do not last for very long away from the tree. The skeleton leaves that have been reduced to their framework of veins can be created to preserve the everlasting beauty of leaves in which both the beauty of nature’s creation and charm of craftiness can be enjoyed, and the end product would be more lasting non fading beautiful durable dry flowers and other artefacts.

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Answered on 06/08/2017 Art and Creativity/Art and Craft

Swapnali M

Artist

Hi Pooja, first you have to clear the Drawing grade Exams. Then only you will get admission.
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Answered on 12/09/2017 Art and Creativity/Art and Craft

Can someone suggest good part time classes for art and craft in amritsar?

Sravanthi K.

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Crafts made with news papers, quilling papers,threads,and for drawing u can call me
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Lesson Posted on 21/02/2017 Art and Creativity/Art and Craft/Craft

Learn something new with the help of news paper.

Nidhi

Hello everyone, Wanted to learn something new without buying anything from market. With the help of Fevicol and news paper you can crate many things and help the kid for their project and decorate house. If you also wanted to learn please do let me know. Thanks and Regards Nidhi Gupta Note please... read more

Hello everyone,

Wanted to learn something new without buying anything from market. With the help of Fevicol and news paper you can crate many things and help the kid for their project and decorate house.

If you also wanted to learn please do let me know.

Thanks and Regards

Nidhi Gupta

Note please let me know on what basis you people had rejected this post. I had selected craft classes so I am putting updates related to that only. 

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Answered on 23/04/2017 Art and Creativity/Art and Craft

Shivani Singhal

Artist

The fee of Art and craft depends on what exactly the criteria you are looking at. You could want to learn charcoal or just do a simple craft activity. The variety under fine art itself is vast. Also, the fee depends on the course chosen, locality and time. I personally don't provide any diploma or degree.... read more
The fee of Art and craft depends on what exactly the criteria you are looking at. You could want to learn charcoal or just do a simple craft activity. The variety under fine art itself is vast. Also, the fee depends on the course chosen, locality and time. I personally don't provide any diploma or degree. My classes are session wise. A course would be 4-5 years approximately. read less
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Lesson Posted on 10/01/2017 Art and Creativity/Art and Craft

How to be a good Artist?

Raju D

I am a professional artist pursuing art from last twenty years. I teach painting in all medium like Water...

There are certain basics to become an artist Five basic priciples of learning drawing & painting:- 1. Observation:- You have to be a very good in obeserving things in details any thing around you objects, people, light etc. 2. Absorbtion:- One you see any object it shall be totally absorb by... read more

There are certain basics to become an artist 

Five basic priciples of learning drawing & painting:-

1. Observation:- You have to be a very good in obeserving things in details any thing around you objects, people, light etc.

2. Absorbtion:- One you see any object it shall be totally absorb by you interms of lines and shade.

3. Drawing:- Do lots of scatching wherever you are whatever you see, don't bother about the final result, just be comfirtable with your pencil and paper. study every line , form around you with the help of object.

4. Light and shade:- Now keep your eye on that light and shadow ares on the objects aroud you whether it is people , objects whatever it is. Now fill shadow in your sketch so that your figures will get volume now, it will started getting roundity.

5. Dont touch color:- Don't touch colors atleast for 6 months  only lines and shades, use pencil, charcole, brown / black paslel.

 

 

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Lesson Posted on 19/12/2016 Art and Creativity/Art and Craft Art and Creativity

Art of Parchment - Photo Frame

Manisha K.

I am registered "IPCA teacher (Netherlands)".Unicraft India" is my Firm & have separate classroom at...

Art of Parchment - Photo Frame Material – A5 size Parchment paper, design for tracing, small and large embossing tool, 2-split tool, embossing and perforating mat, Paper tape. Step 1 – Secure the desired design for tracing behind a parchment paper with paper tape. Step 2 – Keep... read more

Art of Parchment - Photo Frame

Material – A5 size Parchment paper, design for tracing, small and large embossing tool, 2-split tool, embossing and perforating mat, Paper tape.

Step 1 – Secure the desired design for tracing behind a parchment paper with paper tape.

Step 2 – Keep the embossing pad behind the parchment paper (along with the design). Trace the design with a small embossing tool. (This is the back side of the parchment paper you are working on).

Step 3 – Remove the paper tape and the design.

Step 4 – Draw all the lines once again with a small embossing tool and an embossing mat.

Step 5 – Hold the large embossing tool vertically (like holding a pen). Choose a small portion of the design (say a leaf) and draw horizontal or vertical overlapping lines carefully. Repeat this for 2 to 3 times. This will relief (emboss) the paper on the back side of the paper. By doing this, the color of the portion of the paper will change from gray to white.

Step 6 – After the completion of the embossing turn the paper to see the result. (Now this is the front side of the design.)

Step 7 – Now take a perforation mat under the parchment paper. Use a 2-split tool to perforate along the semi circular shapes. Read the instructions in step 8 for how to perforate.

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Step 8

  • Hold the 2-split tool vertically (like holding a pen).
  • Pierce the needle deeply through the perforating mat and give it a little twist. Release the tool from the paper. 
  • You will see 2 holes pierced in the paper. Now insert the same tool into the second  hole that was produced by step (B), pierce deeply through the perforating mat and twist it a little once again. Take the tool off the paper.
  • You will see 3 holes pierced in the paper. Now repeat this action until you reach the first hole. 

Step 9 – Take a close look at the design below.                                                                                     

Step 10 – Use the back of the tool (i.e. the rounded area) to run through the paper just below the perforation has taken place. This will help us to take the undesired paper off the design (refer to the  picture below)

Step 11 - Your Photo Frame design is ready.

 

Step 12 – You may keep a photo along with a colorful paper as background.

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Lesson Posted on 06/12/2016 Art and Creativity/Drawing Art and Creativity/Art and Craft Art and Creativity/Painting

The Importance of Drawing.

Falguni Chakraborty

From the time a child enters kindergarten, to eight grades, art should be a part of their education....

Watch a child draw. See how she scrawls with abandon, jabs the felt tip at the paper, colours an eye so deeply the pen drives a hole through the paper. Look as she concentrates on the action of the subject, strips out unnecessary detail, toys with scale. This is pure drawing, instinctive, expressive... read more

Watch a child draw. See how she scrawls with abandon, jabs the felt tip at the paper, colours an eye so deeply the pen drives a hole through the paper. Look as she concentrates on the action of the subject, strips out unnecessary detail, toys with scale. This is pure drawing, instinctive, expressive and truthful.

Children’s drawings are interesting, especially to artists, because of their honesty and their energy. Unfortunately, these qualities are frequently abandoned as they grow up and, for most teenagers, a good drawing is one that resembles a photograph, with the emphasis on precision and neatness. The result is usually a tidy drawing stripped of life; neat, dull and dead. The great challenge is to revitalize drawing.

Think about that image on the phone. It captures less than a second and, once stored, will probably be looked at again for less than a minute. Imagine instead making a drawing of the view, the face, the plate of food you wish to photograph. Consider the length of time you would have to scrutinize the subject; think how you would be forced to appreciate the spatial relations within it, and the tonal ones. How would you convey the differences in form, in texture? Imagine how well you would know your subject after this inspection.

Drawing is looking, and there is no better way to learn to see and understand the world around us. Drawing has the power to deepen comprehension and transform perception. As Kenneth Clark pointed out about Leonardo da Vinci, he didn’t draw so well because he understood so much, he understood so much because he drew so well. We can see the artist’s mind unfold in a sketchbook or appreciate the preparations that go into a painting through the preparatory studies. Drawing is the basis of it all; it is where exploration, development and refinement of ideas happen. Furthermore, these experiments themselves will be things of beauty and interest.

Nobody need be Leonardo to enjoy drawing. It is an activity that should be fun regardless of ability. There is something in the act of making marks (a deep, primal activity) that is eternally satisfying while the concentration required to see a drawing through to completion is often compared to meditation. Drawing forces all other thoughts from the mind. Drawing is good therapy. There is a Big Draw event in Dunoon in which the Cowal Elderly Befrienders will use drawing to explore memories with groups of older people. Drawing is increasingly used like this, to elicit distant memory, or, in other circumstances, help explain trauma.

The Big Draw website has an interactive map that details events around the country this month. The events cater for everyone and are varied in their approach. Exhibitions and ‘serious’ drawing events vie with the opportunity to draw with inks made from freshly crushed blackberries.

Encouraging drawing in schools is a central and vital aspect of The Big Draw. Picasso was right when he said, ‘Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up’. The Big Draw can only help.

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Answered on 12/10/2016 Art and Creativity/Art and Craft

Is there any place in Delhi where I can buy plexiglass sheets or window films for making faux stained glass paintings?

Tanushree V.

Artist

u'll find it in many shops in Pahar Ganj market
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