In part two of the Watercolor Solar Eclipse project, Jim Pence demonstrates how to paint the total eclipse. A highlight of this lesson is using fluorescent color pencils to draw the sun’s corona under a black light.
Supplies needed for this part can be found at most arts and crafts stores or at the links below:
— Colored pencils (fluorescent): You can find these at http://www.seethelightshine.com/store/materials/crayola-extreme-pencils.html
— Liquid mask removal tool: http://www.dickblick.com/products/crepe-rubber-cement-pickup/
— Watercolors: Any watercolors will work for this part of the project.
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Draw through the Bible with black light chalk artist, Jim Pence. This video series is designed for homeschoolers who want to have fun learning art and the Bible. And, in keeping with Jim’s black light chalk artistry, each of these projects incorporate black light chalk or paint.
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