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    art school
  • a school specializing in art

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Crayola Ultimate Art Supply Case-Colors May Vary


Crayola Ultimate Art Supply Case-Colors May Vary



Kids and parents alike will love this all-in-one art studio with on-the-go portability, and storage for easy cleanup. Case comes filled with everything a budding artist needs: 8 washable watercolors and paint brush, 8 washable markers, 12 colored pencils, 24 crayons, scissors, glue and construction paper.

With the Crayola Ultimate Art Supplies kit, kids will have all the materials they need to create wonderful artwork. The kit's sturdy, compact carrying case makes it possible to transport between home and school, or wherever else a young artist decides to travel. Your child's creativity will literally soar with all of these artistic tools at their disposal.


The kit's sturdy, compact carrying case holds markers, colored pencils and more. View larger.
A Portable Art Studio
Containing everything from crayons to markers to scissors, this kit is essentially a portable art studio. With 12 colored pencils and 24 crayons, kids will be prepared to tackle any coloring book. Or, they can paint outdoor scenes like the masters with the eight-color watercolor pan and brush. Also included are 24 markers with thin enough tips for finer line drawings. And the included stencils will help kids draw and get additional ideas for future art creations.
Durable Carrying Case
With so many items and supplies, this art kit could potentially be difficult to organize. Luckily, it is packaged in a convenient carrying case that is both durable and easy to transport. Measuring 15.5 inches long by 10.25 inches wide by 3 inches deep, this case is plenty large enough to contain the kit's supplies. Permanent dividers help keep all of the different art items organized neatly to avoid mess. For extra convenience, a removable tray has been added for paper storage, meaning that kids will be able to take their artwork on the go. This kit is recommended for children ages 4 and up.
About Crayola
Crayola first began developing its world-famous crayons in 1903, with eight original colors. The company is now the world's most popular manufacturer of children's art supplies and it produces more than 120 different crayon colors. Crayola recently celebrated its 100th anniversary and continues to innovate in the field of children's art.
What's in the Box
12 colored pencils, 24 fine line markers, 24 crayons, 8 watercolor pan, brush, stencil, and plastic studio case with organizer trays.










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Who knew art school could be so dangerous? [011/365]




Who knew art school could be so dangerous? [011/365]





I had my first Print class today! (First Year Studies, at ACAD, Alberta College of Art & Design). The class is an introduction of print making while working in color. I'm pretty excited to actually get started on this, considering all we did today was listen to the teacher talk from 10am-3:30pm (with an hour and a half break). I find that far more exhausting than actually working. Oh well, first class, got to be done, I just can't wait till next week when we ACTUALLY start making prints! :)

Oh!..and because of all the chemicals we have to deal with during print making we need an apron, nitrile gloves, safety glasses/goggles, and a respirator. At least now I'm assured that I'm doing art in style. ;)

Tomorrow will be quite a late upload, just saying! I have class tomorrow from 9am-9:30pm. Why I'm up at 2:20am right now? I don't know. Part of me wanted to stay up and attempt to go to class, but then when my eyes started to force themselves closed around 2am I realized that's a dumb idea, even with coffee. Wish me luck on my 12 hour class(es) tomorrow…….! I have Thursday's off this semester, ow ow.
/stops rambling now.


To Flickr Friends: Sorry I haven't been commenting back on my photo's, I will respond either tomorrow or Thursday evening! Much love! x ♥











Art School Confidential




Art School Confidential





This was pretty good, up until the last quarter or so. Funny, true to what art school is pretty much like. And it even shoots a sideways glance at what makes good art. And pokes a bit of fun at the current or recent past trend in the art world of what I like to call "the shittier the better" - where a bunch of half assed scribbles is somehow better than a great agonized rendering.

I enjoyed it until about halfway through when the 2nd half of the plot really started to unfold. At that point I started to kind of pull out of it and get a bit impatient with where it was going. It could have been a pretty great twist, but for some reason it was just a bit off. And the end was just fucking ridiculous. The last scene was completely unhinged from reality and sooo saccharin. I won't give it away in case you see it but, you'll want to brush your teeth.

I'm not sure if I'd recommend this one, unless you went to art school and/or love Daniel Clowes. There are some good things about it, and some great actors (including Minnesota's own Nick Swardson) but overall it was pretty lackluster and flat.









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make up art school




Art School: A Complete Painters Course






'Art School' explores three different media - watercolour, oils and acrylics - highlighting their characteristics and special effects, using step-by-step instructions and illustrations to show how to get the best out of them. See how to experiment with each medium for a preferred option, or work through them all and see how the acquired skills bring rich dividends. More advanced painters can use Art School for a wealth of new ideas. The book explores the range of effects through individual approaches as well as offering practical advice about materials.










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