Padma Shri Tilak Gitai
The Maestro Painter
Kids are a curious being. The more they are taught, the more they grasp. And when it is something, they have fun learning, they tend to like exploring more about it. Thus, the imd1 Happy Art for Little Artist – Master course is to keep the light of curiosity alive in the kids and teach them the various skills and techniques of drawing and painting.
At this stage, it is imperative for the kid to understand that preserving their drawing materials and tools is of utmost importance and they will be taught the right way to do so. Further, their skills and basic concepts of drawing are a bit clear. Upon that foundation, they will learn to draw live objects. They will learn composition with real life objects.
To comprehend and depict light and shadow in the drawing, the kids will be taught the concept of reflection, refraction and distortion wherein they learn balance, proportion and dimension while drawing a 3D object.
Moreover, they will practice observational drawing which is sure to enhance their focus and memory. At the same time, it will allow them to express their thoughts and perspective. They will also learn the various coloring techniques and their significance while clearing the basic concepts of drawing like harmony, variety, unity, symmetry, repetition and more. They will discover the methods to create still life composition. This course is designed to teach them to draw and paint the objects so as to make them look real.
In addition, they will be introduced to the African Folk Art and Madhubani Art. They will also learn how to create a self-portrait and visually express their thoughts and concepts. Further, they will also be made familiar with the painting techniques of French modern art pioneer Paul Cézanne and Indian modern art pioneer Amrita Sher-Gil.
This course designed by Urmi’s Art Forum and endorsed by Padma Shri Tilak Gitai, focuses on helping the kids improve the diverse aspects of their drawing, master the fundamentals and transform their drawings into a creative art.
- Apply the fundamentals of drawings like proportion, balance and dimension
- Create observational drawing
- Draw man-made objects with precision
- Understand light and shadow of objects
- Draw reflection, refraction and distortion
- Learn pencil rendering and still life composition
- Draw with a free hand
- Have advanced observational skills
- Understand various angle views and structural composition
- Apply various coloring techniques
- Make drawings using the 2 or more principles like variety, repetition, harmony and more
- Draw natural objects using shapes
- Use the color schemes while painting
- Paint the objects to make it look realistic using different techniques like flat brush patch, pencil rendering
- Compose visual experimental still life drawing using zentangles, patterns and motif and the various concepts of drawing
- Understand and draw African Folk Art and Madhubani Art
- Represent a concept through drawing and painting
- Comprehend the concept of Portraiture
- Know about the painting techniques of Paul Cézanne (French Modern Art Pioneer) and Amrita Sher-Gil (Indian Modern Art Pioneer)
- Understand maintenance of different types of drawing tools
Maximum age 10 Years.
Students should carry following in backpack:
- A3 / A4 Worksheets
- Color Sketch Pens
- Pencils / Eraser / Sharpner
- Poster Paint Bottles
- Water Colors
- Crayons / Oil Pastels
- Water Color Brush Set
- Specific materials required for each session is mentioned separately under each chapter/part
- 1.1 Preserving Drawing Materials
- 2.1 Object Drawing Sighting, Measuring and Mapping
- 3.1 Object Drawing Composition
- 4.1 Object Drawing Reflection, Refraction and Distortion
- 5.1 Botanical illusion Art Rose Flower
- 5.2 Botanical illusion Art Oriental Lilly Flower
- 6.1 Flow Painting Technique
- 7.1 Organic Object Drawing and Coloring Fruits
- 8.1 Fruits Realistic Pencil Coloring
- 9.1 Vegetable Drawing with Flat Patch Technique
- 10.1 Still Life Experiment
- 11.1 Motif African Folk Art
- 12.1 Madhubani folk Art
- 13.1 My Dream Conceptual Art
- 14.1 Self Portrait Art
- 15.1 Art Appreciation by Paul Cézanne
- 16.1 Art Appreciation Amrita Sher Gil