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How to Paint ELEPHANT GIVING AN IRIS with Acrylic – Paint and Sip at Home – Step by Step Tutorial

VIDEO DESCRIPTION This painting tutorial will take you through easy to follow, step-by-step instructions on how to paint this powerful and majestic image of “ELEPHANT GIVING AN IRIS”. You’ll learn basic painting tips and techniques that will have you painting a realistic wildlife animal portrait of an African Elephant holding a beautiful Iris flower in his trunk as he is offering it as a gift. The Iris flower and elephant symbolize intelligence and wisdom making this a perfect match in a composition. The intense stare of the wise animal and the delicate petals of the vibrant flower will capture the viewer’s attention. With the large three-dimensional tusk appearing realistic and the wrinkles adding texture to the painting, this impressive beast will not only bring you joy to look at, but you will also learn some valuable painting techniques. This painting lesson will teach you how to create realistic looking dimension with properly placed highlights and shadows, and it will provide you with a solid learning experience and maybe your internal pride will emerge along the way. You’ll learn how to draw a simple outline of the animal face and body that will provide a solid guide to start from with structure and form. You’ll also learn to paint dimension in the flower by utilizing the dark background as a base and blending colors in a layered way to enhance the intensity. You’ll learn to use a dry brush technique to build contour shadows and highlights adding volume to the form of the head, face, trunk and skin providing a realistic visual effect. This captivating creation may have you wanting to paint an entire family of large game animals with their powerful presence, but I suggest you start with just one…lol! Using only 3 brushes and 6 colors we’ll create this compelling and stunning piece of art that will bring joy to any décor. So, let’s get painting and let’s get sipping!

IMAGE LINK FOR PRINTING:
https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5a30281990bade409dfa356b/t/604bbcb3751905014956c1db/1615576244546/Elephant+Giving+an+Iris-print.jpg

MATERIALS:
Canvas: 16×20 stretched primed canvas
Brushes: 1/2 flat bristle (large), 1/4 inch flat bristle (medium), #6 round (small)
Acrylic Paint: titanium white, mars black, deep yellow, burnt umber (brown), green oxide, fire red
Other: #2 pencil, palette, cup of water for washing brushes, paper towel for drying brushes

PURCHASE FULL DIY KIT FOR THIS PAINTING HERE: https://berkshirepaintandsip.squarespace.com/paint-supplies

STEPS:
1. #2 pencil – Draw outline for elephant
2. 1/2 inch bristle brush – Paint basecoat of elephant with black, brown and white (dark gray)
3. 1/2 inch bristle brush – Paint background with black
4. 1/2 inch bristle brush – Paint contour highlights with dark gray (made in step 2 and white)
5. 1/4 inch bristle brush – Paint contour shadows with black, dark gray, light gray (made in step 4)
6. #6 round brush – Paint tusk with light gray, brown, black and white
7. #6 round brush – Paint eye and the surrounding wrinkles with red, yellow, white, black, light gray and dark gray
8. 1/4 inch bristle and #6 round brushes – Finish elephant details with black, dark gray, light gray, brown and white
9. #6 round brush – Paint 1st layer of flower with red
10. #6 round brush – Paint stem and leaves with green, yellow, brown, black and white
11. #6 round brush – Finish flower with red, yellow, white and black
12. #6 round brush – Sign with dark gray

LINKS AND CONTACT INFO:
Michelle’s Patreon Page: https://www.patreon.com/michellethepainter
Paint and Sip Videos: https://berkshirepaintandsip.squarespace.com/paint-and-sip-at-home-1/
Berkshire Paint and Sip Website: https://berkshirepaintandsip.squarespace.com/
Michelle the Painter Website: https://berkshirepaintandsip.squarespace.com/michelles-art/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/berkshirepaintandsip/
Email: mliglesias@ymail.com
Phone: (413) 205-8346

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Funky body paintings that is drawn by Japanese artist

These paintings are directly painted their body using acrylic paint.

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Tattoo Show TV Next Level Tattoos Costi episodul 9

Un tatuaj permanent se obține prin inserarea unui pigment în piele: e un proces ce implica un diferit grad de durere, o tehnică precisă, puterea de stăpinire și talentul celui care-l executa, dar si motivația și determinarea purtătorului. În multe culturi tatuajul încă este un subiect tabu, care traseaza linii permanente si dureroase, la fel ca și pe piele, în mentalitatea societăților actuale, separând percepțiile, asociindu-l cu ceva negativ, acolo unde el nu este o practică religioasă sau culturala, moștenită și purtată în virtutea unei tradiții. Considerat ornament corporal, sumă a istoriei personale, simbol al vreunei apartenențe, marca a unei treceri dintr-o etapă a vieții în alta, tatuajul a fost folosit in diferite scopuri din cele mai vechi timpuri. Tatuajele sunt printre cele mai vechi arte corporale și probabil meseria de tatuator este una dintre cele mai vechi din lume. Japonezii, aztecii, mayasii, aborigenii, africanii și primii datați cu înfrumusețari corporale de acest tip – egiptenii, aveau tatuaje. În timpul civilizației egiptene tatuajele s-au raspindit pe întreg globul, iar semnele lor se văd chiar și în țara noastră, în ceramica de Cucuteni.

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