animate
animate /ˈanɪmət/
to make something more lively or full of energy
Example:


art
art /ɑːt/
(n) the use of the imagination to express ideas or feelings, particularly in painting, drawing or sculpture
Example: Her performance displayed great art


chalk
chalk /tʃɔːk/
a type of soft white stone
Example:


colour
colour /ˈkʌlə(r)/
(n) the appearance that things have that results from the way in which they reflect light. Red, orange and green are colours .
Example: What colour do you like?


composition
composition /kɒmpəˈzɪʃ(ə)n/
the different parts that something is made of; the way in which the different parts are organized
Example:


design
design /dɪˈzaɪn/
(v) the general arrangement of the different parts of something that is made, such as a building, book, machine, etc.
Example: This dress has a beautiful design.


draw
draw /drɔː/
(v) to make pictures, or a picture of something, with a pencil, pen or chalk (but not paint)
Example: He is only three years old but he can draw a chicken.


easel
easel /ˈiːz(ə)l/
a wooden frame to hold a picture while it is being painted
Example:


eraser
eraser /ɪˈreɪzə/
(n) a small piece of rubber or a similar substance, used for removing pencil marks from paper; a piece of soft material used for removing chalk marks from a blackboard
Example: I like this eraser very much.


frame
frame /freɪm/
(n) a strong border or structure of wood, metal, etc. that holds a picture, door, piece of glass, etc. in position
Example: I'm going to paint the door frame white.


graphite
graphite /ˈɡrafʌɪt/
a soft black mineral that is a form of carbon . Graphite is used to make pencils, to lubricate machines and in nuclear reactors .
Example:


illustrate
illustrate /ˈɪləstreɪt/
(v) to use pictures, photographs, diagrams, etc. in a book, etc.
Example: His lecture was illustrated with photos taken during the expedition.


ink
ink /ɪŋk/
(n) coloured liquid for writing, drawing and printing
Example: a pen and ink drawing


landscape
landscape /ˈlændskeɪp/
(n) everything you can see when you look across a large area of land, especially in the country
Example: The mountains dominate the landscape.


light
light /laɪt/
(adj) the energy from the sun, a lamp, etc. that makes it possible to see things
Example: This bag is heavy but that bag is light.