Truth be told, it happens to even the best of us. Even the most prolific of artists does hit a blank wall at times, and finds it almost nerve-wracking to be left without inspiration for stunning artwork. If youâ€™re one who happens feel like looking for the muses of art is like struggling with figuring out the difference between a universal vs term life insurance, then you can try this crayon and paint art technique for kids which can help put you back on the creativity track.
First, cover your work area with old newspapers. Then, using crayons, draw a beach scene on a piece of drawing paper. Lightly color in the blue sky, light brown sand. Add some bright beach towels and umbrellas.
The next thing to do is to recolor the picture using watercolor paints. Use blue paint over the areas you colored in with blue crayon, and so on. Let dry. Youâ€™ll be amazed at how mixing crayons and paint creates a new kind of texture.