HomeHobby by 3L Paint Studio Kit
go Learn to paint https://www.bleuepil.com/generique-ou-original.html The Giraffe with HomeHobby by 3L Paint Studio Kit artist Helle Koed
click The HomeHobby by 3L Paint Studio Kit – Rooster by Nicholas Choong is an all-inclusive studio containing everything you need to learn how to paint in your own studio. Inside this kit you’ll find 52 pieces of artist quality fine art supplies that have been specially selected by award winning artists.
This kit include Step-by-Step Instructions, Color Wheel, Get To Know Your Studio Kit and a Studio Image to complete the exclusive Giraffe Painting by Helle Koed.
HomeHobby by 3L Paint Studio Kit contains all you need to make your own Giraffe.
First, get your tools ready.
- HomeHobby by 3L Canvas Sheet
- HomeHobby by 3L Watercolor Pencils
- HomeHobby by 3L Art Brush Set
- HomeHobby by 3L Paint Tray
- HomeHobby by 3L Acrylic Paint
https://www.bleuepil.com/alternatives-au-viagra.html Additional Items Needed: Container with plain water and paper towel.
Study the sheet “Color Wheel & Sketch Techniques” included this kit. For sketching The Giraffe the “window technique” is the best choice. The linedrawing you need to use for window transfer is included in this kit. Use a Canvas Sheet and the Orange Watercolor Pencil for sketching the linedrawing.
• Now it is time to paint The Giraffe. For this painting I use Art Brush Round 4. Start by mixing a light yellow with Lemon Yellow and Titanium White. Use the light yellow to paint the face and the inside of the ears.
• Paint the horns and the forehead with Ochre Yellow. Paint the left area of the head with Burnt Umbre and blend the Ochre Yellow and Burnt Umbre to make a gradient between Ochre Yellow and Burnt Umbre.
• It is ok if some of the light yellow is mixed with the other colors. This will give your giraffe life and depth. Use Grass Green on the top of the horns.
• Now blend Phthalo Blue with Ochre Yellow for painting the ears. See the image.
• Paint all the neck areas with colors of your choice. I have used Burnt Umbre, Ochre Yellow, Grass Green, Vermilion and the Phthalo Blue. Only a few of the areas on the neck are painted with the light yellow.
• Paint the nose with Burnt Umbre.
• Let it dry!
• Mix a light blue color in your Paint Tray with Phthalo Blue, a little Grass Green and a lot of Titanium White.
• Mix the color and test this on a Canvas Sheet until you have
the color you want.
• Use Art Brush Flat 20, make horizontal brush strokes.
• While your painting is still wet, add some white brush strokes
to give the background depth.
• To create the sharp edges around The Giraffe use Art Brush
When finished, sign your art and display it proudly.
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