In my summer art class, we painted superhero canvases. The kids decided what superhero they would like to be and drew these on dry wax paper with markers and colored pencils. Then I used gel medium (on the backs of the paper) to adhere their images to the canvas board. Then, they used paints to paint a background. I love them!! There is a link to the dry wax paper at the bottom of this post. The ages of my summer class was K-4th, mostly K and 1.
|The drawing has been glued to the canvas.|
|Starting to paint the background|
|A superhero that can turn things into animals!|
|Bomb dude... ok, so this one is a bit violent.|
Below is the wax paper we used. As you can see it comes 2 boxes, 500 ct. each box, so this would last a LONG time. I found out about this stuff by reading Art Projects for Kids.. she uses dry wax paper a lot.