♥Paint With Me 3 ♥ Part 5: Final Touches!

Hi guys! This is it, the final step in our little splatter floral painting project! In this step we add those important final touches and really start splattering the paint onto the canvas!

I hope you have enjoyed this little series, leave me a comment below if you’re trying this out for yourself, and of course I’d love to see your finished paintings! You can send me pictures on any of my social media in the links below!
Thanks for watching!

-Ashley <3

Paint With Me 3 Part 2: Background!

Hey guys! It’s our first layers for our newest Paint With Me Project! I hope you’ve had time to gather your supplies, because we’re laying down the background layers today!

I’m so happy you guys are excited for this! You comments on the first video in this new series were awesome. Let’s make a fun painting together!

If you have any questions, leave a comment and I will answer them as soon as possible! Thanks for watching and have fun!

-Ashley <3

♥Paint With Me 3♥ Part 1:Setup!

Hey guys!!! I’m super excited to share this video with you guys, because it’s time for another Paint With Me project! You guys have been asking for it, so here we go!!

This time we’ll be painting an abstract floral splatter-style painting, with an emphasis on the techniques of layering paint. I hope you guys enjoy this series, let’s get started and have fun!

The supplies I’m using in this project:

Heavy Body Paint:

  • Cerulean blue
  • Alizarin crimson (permanent)
  • Mars black
  • Chromium oxide green
  • Cadmium yellow light

White acrylic craft paint by Apple Barrel (I call it liquid white in this painting project)

High flow/liquid colours:

  • Hansa yellow light
  • Green gold
  • Teal
  • Quinacridone Magenta
  • Dioxazine purple

Tools:

  • mister (an old body spray bottle works fine)
  • Large flat brush #16
  • Flat or angled brush #10
  • Round #10 or 8
  • Round #1
  • A stiff, paint-flinging brush.

Remember that you don’t have to use the exact same colours I did, feel free to change it up to suit the colours you want to use/have on hand. I’m just listing these so you know exactly what I’m using.

All of this is on a 16×20″ canvas panel.

So that’s it! Next video we’ll start making the background on which to build our little painting! Let me know in a comment below if you’re excited to start this new project, and thanks so much for watching!

-Ashley <3