- Students Will Be Able To (SWBAT) create a Gelli Arts® printed textured print.
- SWBAT comprehend mark making skills.
- SWBAT practice patience through drawing foam shapes.
- SWBAT use the elements of line, shape, form, and color as they plan their design.
- What is texture?
- What are shapes?
- What is form?
- Gelli Arts® printing plate
- Cardstock paper (white)
- Puff paints
- Texture tools (combs, stencils, masks)
- Acrylic or Tempra paint
- Puffy Paint – Looks like acrylic craft paint when squirted out of its bottle, but it expands and puffs up as it dries, adding a cloud-like look to the lines of paint
- Design – A group of lines or shapes created to form a pattern
- Texture – A raised or describable feel to a surface
- Step One – Use the puffy paint to create a design on the cardstock. Allow it to dry (takes several hours)
- Step Two – Apply paint to gelli plate and roll it into a thin layer
- Step Three – Place your cardstock with the dried puffy paint design on the gelli plate puff side down and apply pressure with hands on cardstock while on the plate
- Step Four – Remove, or pull your print
- Step Five – You can add more layers to your texture print by applying new paint to the plate and using other texture tools such as combs, stencils, etc
- Step Six – Apply your print facedown the same as before to pull up new layers to your print!