The second class at Samuels made a crayon watercolor resistance painting of a view under the ocean. The kids used crayons to trace dolphin and fish shaped stencils, and then they drew more things in the background like seaweed, bubbles, coral, and anchors. After they were done drawing they painted over top of it with watercolor which resists the wax in the crayons. This resistance technique is fun and easy to do. Each painting turned out differently! After they finished their paintings they made some other pictures with cut-out shapes and watercolor.