Paint a beautiful medieval shield in chalk pastels!
What is included in this course?
- A variety of classical history themed video art lessons
- Step-by-step instructions
- Techniques encourage both new artists and challenge more advanced ones
- Independent learning for older students
- Glossary of art techniques
- You ARE an Artist Facebook group – share photos of art work, ask questions and encourage each other!
Begin with any art lesson that appeals to you. Each of these tutorials is designed for students of all ages.
General Suggestions for Classical History Chalk Art
In addition to a starter set of chalk pastels, there are very few supplies we suggest you have on hand. For paper – regular copy or printer paper works very well. Construction paper is also wonderful for the layering and blending of colors. It is our favorite. Dampened paper towels or baby wipes make for easy clean up and help in cleaning off hands between colors.
Feel free to stop, rewind and enjoy each video art tutorial at your own pace. Enjoy each one over and over as you practice with chalk pastels and learn more about this era of history.
No medieval times art course would be complete without a castle! You will need the following: plain white copy/printer paper and these pastel colors: brown, tan or light yellow, green…
Paint a medieval knight – with full armor.
Paint the famous Robin Hood in chalk pastels!
A crusader to paint in chalk pastels!
It’s time to paint a garden of medieval herbs – all those you’ve been studying about! You will need the following: plain white copy/printer paper and these pastel colors: variety…
Calling artists of all ages! In 1492 Columbus sailed the ocean blue. Paint a wonderful tall ship and an epic voyage — in celebration of Columbus Day.
Will this crown be for the king or the queen? You get to decide! You will need the following: yellow construction paper (suggested) and these pastel colors: variety of yellow…
Paint Catherine the Great, the Empress of Russia.
Paint a representation of the French Revolution to add to your studies.
Join Nana for an art lesson on Martin Luther. A complement to your classical history studies.