Learn to Paint WALK WITH A WITCH with Acrylics – Paint & Sip at Home – Step by Step Lesson

This painting tutorial will take you through easy to follow, step-by-step instructions on how to paint this seasonal image of “Walk With A Witch”. You’ll learn simple painting techniques that will help you to develop this fun spooky creation filled with dimension, bold realistic colors, and some mystical magical wind that will blow you away, or suck you into it’s vortex! Whether you want yours to have 1 or 10 cats, you’ll have fun painting them walking with the witch down a spiritual pathway that will take them into a far away imaginary place. Using only 3 brushes and 6 colors we’ll create this conversational masterpiece with a holiday witchy vibe that will surely be a great seasonal decoration for any home. So let’s get painting and let’s get sipping!


Canvas: 16×20 stretched primed canvas
Brushes: 1/2 flat bristle (large), #11 round (medium), #3 round (small)
Acrylic Paint: titanium white, deep yellow, burnt umber (brown), mars black, chrome orange, green oxide
Other: #2 pencil, palette, cup of water for washing brushes, paper towel for drying brushes

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1. 1/2 inch bristle brush – Paint the background with white, yellow and brown
2. #2 pencil – Draw an outline for the witch
3. #11 round brush – Paint 1st layer witch with black and orange
4. #11 round brush – Paint 1st layer of hair with black and orange
5. #11 round brush – Paint 1st layer of pine trees with brown and black
6. #11 round brush – Paint shadow under pine trees with brown and black
7. #11 round brush – Paint forest fog with black, brown and orange
8. #3 round brush – Finish the hat with white, yellow and green
9. #11 round brush – Paint 2nd layer of pine trees
10. #3 round brush – Paint highlights on witches body with white and black
11. #11 round brush – Paint mystical magical wind with green, orange, brown and white
12. #3 round brush – Paint 1st layer of cat with black
13. #3 round brush – Paint highlights and shadow of cat with black and white
14. #3 round brush – Sign with black

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Snake Jewels / Bodypainting meets Contorsion

Sneak peak makingof video of the last Bodypainting shooting with dancer Eliza , Alina Ruppel http://elizashow.com

Bodypainting by JulieBoehm Art

Snake Jewels , makingof video : Bodypainting meets Contortion

assisted by Marc Zimmermann, epicscapes.de
Sfx latex pieces by http://transformaker-shop.com
Bodypainting Colours Cameleon Bodypaint

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Abstract Portrait Step by Step Acrylic Painting on Canvas for Beginners

In this video, we’re gonna get together and learn how to paint an abstract(ish) portrait that says something about YOU. This is a good lesson for beginners on up!

I’m painting on a 16×20-inch stretched canvas, but you can paint on any type and size of canvas you like.

I used:
• A 2-inch flat brush
• A very small round brush
• A 1/2-inch angle brush

I’m using Liquitex Basics and Heavy Body acrylic paint in the following colors:
• Phthalocyanine Blue
• Ivory Black
• Titanium White
• Mars Black
But I encourage you to use any colors that you like, and paint this portrait and background in any way!

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Notice: No part of this video may be reproduced or distributed without written permission from me. The painting demonstrated is owned by the artist and Pandemonium Art Gallery, and may not be reproduced except by individuals for the purpose of learning these techniques. This tutorial and painting presented are not available for commercial purposes and may not be duplicated to be used for classes or commercial sale without written permission from me.

The artwork contained in this video © 2016 by Pandemonium Art gallery All Rights Reserved

“Undercover Vampire Policeman” by Chris Zabriskie
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
from http://bit.ly/2aVMBp0

Thanks for watching!

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Creepshow Body Paint | Time Lapse

Makeup based off the iconic artwork by Joanne Daley for the 1982 comedy horror anthology “Creepshow”.

Ticket booth created with wood and foam board. Hood made out of craft foam. Both pieces are hand painted and airbrushed using Createx Wicked paints.

🎶 Destryur “Nightmare”- https://destryur.bandcamp.com/

Mouth color by MouthFX “Pitch Black”

Pics of the makeup: http://www.crisalexmua.com/portfolio_page/creepshow-body-paint/

A few progress photos and info on the booth: http://www.crisalexmua.com/building-creepshow/

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Roses Tattoo body painting Tutorial


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Hey how did this! Really amazing | ARTIST OF BODY PAINT ILLUSIONS | Knot bodypainting illusion

Friends, It is said that there are more than one artist in the world. Many artists show exploits such amazing feats Whosoever sees the person, presses the finger under teeth Or they speaks about it that how they must have done it. Today, you are going to tell about similar makeup artist Mirjana Kika. Mirjna Kika did a very amazing feat and everyone who saw it was taken aback. Today, you are going to tell about similar makeup artist Mirjana Kika.
Hey how did this! Really amazing | ARTIST OF BODY PAINT ILLUSIONS | Knot bodypainting illusion
A Mystery and History

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