How to Paint an Ombre Canvas

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Hope you enjoy this tutorial! I am using acrylic paint to create a seascape on canvas. Please be aware, I'm not a teacher and I haven't been classically trained so this tutorial is based on things I've learnt as a self-taught artist. Please note: any paintings created using my tutorials are not viable to sell. This is a copyright issue. PRODUCTS USED: Palette paper: Brush assortment: Detail brush: Titanium White: Cerulean Blue: Ultramarine Blue: Phthalo Green: Cadmium Red: Yellow Ochre: Palette Knife: Please subscribe for more! Website: Online Shop: ♡Social Media♡ Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: Music: Kenji - Cruise Ambiment - The Ambient by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license ( Source: Artist: *Just so you all know, I have placed affiliate links above. A lot of you were asking which products I used, but of course you can use any brand or even colour that you like.*

How to Ombre

Creating a beautiful ombre accent wall or furniture item is a great way to change the mood or feeling of a space. In the video I’m working on a sample board however this technique can easily be applied to almost anything in your home. Creating samples is always a good idea if you’re nervous or unsure of the exact look you want to achieve. They provide a space to experiment without altering your project, that way when you’re ready you will have the confidence and knowledge you need to ensure your success.

DIY Wall Ombre Painted Canvas

Its been a while since I've done any DIY projects, so its time to bust out the canvas and the paint! ***Click Show More for Deets!*** On my face- Amazonian Clay Foundation in Light Neutral Urban Decay Electric Palette Lord & Berry Liner Ulta Mineral Blush Lorac Pro Mascara Where else am I? Blog- Vlog Channel- Instagram- RealLaurenRenee Twitter- Facebook-

image transfer canvas

Quick video of me doing an image transfer onto canvas. Thanks for watching and be sure to visit my blog at:

How to Paint a Sky - Acrylic Painting Lesson

Colours: Titanium white, Phthalo blue, Ultramarine blue and small amounts of any warm colours (red, yellow, raw sienna and browns). Brushes: Wide 75mm synthetic brush. 50mm decorating brush and an optional fan brush. Cover the canvas with white paint working upwards from a line below where you expect the horizon to be. Apply phthalo blue near the top of the canvas and ultramarine above it. Use the wide synthetic brush to blend the colours together working down toward the horizon. Add more white if needed. The blues should fade as they mix with the white near the bottom of the sky. Add a small amount of your chosen warm colours (reds, yellows, browns) at the bottom of the sky. Use the wide synthetic brush or a fan brush to gradually blend them upwards. Use the fan brush to remove any unwanted brush strokes or excess colour. If you are painting a seascape use similar blues as used in the sky to create a horizon line and water. Music By Kevin MacLeod

Michelle from teaches you an easy DIY technique for painting an ombre design onto canvas using acrylic paint. Use this technique for creating simple wall art or as a background for quote or song lyrics paintings!

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