About this course
I will begin with the bunny tale.
When I was a little girl my grandpa raised bunnies. I would go over to his bunny patch and help feed, pet and love on the bunnies.
One year for Easter my mom and dad gifted me a bunny. Black and White I named her Hoppsie. I loved her so much! I taught her how to dance in circles for a carrot and how to nest in a bed of blankets. She was my little pure loved bunny. I have long adored bunnies and it seemed fitting to design one of my online courses around bunnies.
In this course you will learn 5 different techniques of creating a bunny. Each of these styles you will be able to use creating in your journals, paintings and other mixed media art. It is my wish that you have so much fun you can take these lessons and adventure to all sort of new places with your trusty supplies in hand.
• Over 6 hours of video lessons with lifetime access. Take at your own pace.
• PDF downloads of inspiration, tips, sources for purchasing cool stuff, lessons and bonus fun!
• Private Facebook Group page for sharing, learning and hopping together.
• Bunny inspired Give A Ways!!!
Here is an outline of the very many lessons and 5 paintings you will create in this course.
BUNNY ONE • INK, PAINT, SCISSOR FUN!
We will be creating bunnies using black india ink and watercolor paper, drawing with a bamboo skewer and a paint brush. We will embrace the thick and thins of line work and celebrate the random happenings! The styles that appear using a bamboo skewer versus a brush. We will not be sketching the bunny first ~ we will be playing with the discovery. We will create backgrounds for the bunny separately using acrylic paints, watercolor paper, watercolor pencils which will give us art for our bunnies to live on. Finally our little bunny or bunnies will be trimmed out with our trusty scissors and adhered to our painted background. You will have a finished art piece! Hippity Hop!!!
A C T I V I T I E S IN BUNNY ONE
1. Creating your layered backgrounds
2. Painting bunnies with brush and bamboo skewers
3. Combining your background with your bunny
BUNNY TWO • STABILO PENCIL, WATERCOLOR PENCILS, METALLIC MARKERS
Layers and vintage vibes are two of my most favorite things. BUNNY TWO will be teaching how to create a sweet bunny head with necklace using your stabilo black pencil, water, watercolor pencils, metallic markers to accent. I will teach some of my tricks to layering a simple background using torn cloth, vintage ribbons or findings and a vintage book page. NOTE - I have a download image of vintage paper for you to print out. This technique is is wonderful as you can create so many different art forms using these simple tips. Examples = Journal pages, art to frame, greeting cards, the list is endless, just like a bunny hops!
A C T I V I T I E S IN BUNNY TWO
1. Creating bunnies Stabilo pencil, watercolor pencils, metallic markers
2. Trimming out bunnies from watercolor paper
3. Collage backgrounds for bunny to call home
BUNNY THREE • WATERCOLORS, ACRYLICS, METALLIC MARKERS, PENCIL MEET HERE!
Bunny three is happy as can be you see she is but, a simple sweet bunny who will be able to teach you a fun relaxed style of sketching with dimension. We will start by creating a page of bunnies (yes, lots of bunnies are more fun then just one) using our stabilo black pencil on watercolor paper with a bit of water and a brush. Miracle bunnies appear before us. As all bunnies should ours will glow a bit with golden lines around created with metallic markers, love to be found! I will show you how my techniques on creating backgrounds that are easy, layered and fun to use in all of your artwork. Finally, you can pick your favorite bunny and trim him or her out and adhere to your fancy new background. Big bunny love to be found again, hippity hop you will not want to stop!
A C T I V I T I E S IN BUNNY THREE
1. Creating backgrounds on watercolor paper
2. Stabilo pencil, watercolor pencils, metallic marker bunnies
3. Trimming out bunnies with happy backgrounds ready and waiting
4. Tip on backgrounds not in other lessons. NEW!
BUNNY FOUR • INDIA INK, WATERCOLORS, WATERCOLOR PENCILS, METALLIC MARKERS
Bunny four is dancing out the door with a golden crown to wear and a wings to spare! Taking our trusty watercolor paper we will learn to paint bunnies with wings using our bamboo skewers. The wings are key here as I have a super cool technique to create them, you will love paintings wings so very much! Using some simple watercolor spots with accents of watercolor pencils the dress of miss bunny will come to life. Oh, and this bunnies golden crown is fancy why because we all love bunnies and perhaps they should all wear crowns.
A C T I V I T I E S IN BUNNY FOUR
1. Painting/Drawing bunnies with bamboo skewers and india ink
2. Watercolors, watercolor pencils, metallic markers design patterns and crowns
BUNNY FIVE • WATERCOLOR PENCILS
Watercolor paper teams up with our watercolor pencils to draw a stuffed vintage looking childhood memory making bunny. Using the water with our pencils will soften our lines, we will layer, layer and layer again until our fluff is good. You will hope that this bunny can hop right off of your page. Simple techniques - teaching you all about the layers, the forgiveness of creating a bunny with quirks you will adore.
A C T I V I T I E S IN BUNNY FIVE
1. Sketching stuffed vintage bunny steps with watercolor pencils
2. Trick to layering pencils to create a fluffy effect
3. Painting different colored bunnies - you know the spring sort of hopping we all adore!
BONUS BUNNY - Lesson Secret BUNNY 6!!! I know how much fun is this!!!!