Acrylic Painting Lesson for Beginner : How to Paint Blue Mushrooms And a Snail in Acrylic

In this video lesson will teach how to paint blue mushrooms and a snail with acrylic painting step by step, this video will cover how to prepare your paper or canvas, use the brush at an angle, use a detailed brush (thin brush), use different colors for contrast, tips on how to start doing painting, and more.

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Simple Crow painting lesson preview. Full lesson available at

Here is the latest lesson in my series of online painting lessons. This is a short preview on doing a simple crow in acrylics. To check out the full lesson, please visit

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The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo — Breaking Convention

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How to Paint a “HAFLINGER HORSE” with Acrylics | Paint and Sip at Home | Step by Step Tutorial

This painting tutorial will take you through easy to follow, step-by-step instructions on how to paint this exceptional equine image of “Haflinger Horse”. You’ll learn some basic painting techniques and tips that will have you painting muscles with mass, a mane with movement, how to build depth in the eye to make it look realistic and how to incorporate a layering technique to capture the soft fur. Using only 3 brushes and 6 colors we’ll create this graceful gentle giant animal with it’s golden chestnut fur and it’s flowing mane. So let’s get painting and let’s get sipping!


Canvas: 16×20 stretched primed canvas
Brushes: 1/2 inch flat bristle (large), #8 round (medium), #3 round (small)
Acrylic Paint: titanium white, raw sienna (yellow), burnt umber (brown), mars black, violet purple, burnt sienna (rust)
Other: palette, cup of water for washing brushes, paper towel for drying brushes


1. 1/2 inch bristle brush – Paint the background with black, brown, purple and white
2. #8 round brush – Paint the outline of the horse with brown, rust, yellow and white
3. 1/2 inch bristle brush – Paint the base coat of the horse with brown, rust, yellow and white
4. #8 round brush – Paint the first layer of facial features with black, brown and white
5. #8 round brush – Paint the second layer of the face with black, brown, rust, yellow and white
6. #3 round brush – Finish the eye with rust, yellow, black and white
7. #8 round brush – Paint the mane with yellow and white
8. #3 round brush – Sign with rust, yellow and white

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How to Paint PHOTO BOMB BULLDOG with Acrylics | Cookies and Canvas for Kids | Step by Step Tutorial

This painting tutorial will take you through a fun and easy to follow, step-by-step painting lesson on how to create this pet portrait with tons of personality and thought provoking expressions. You’ll learn to paint “Photobomb Bulldog” with a simple step by step outline. Using only 3 brushes and 6 colors we’ll create a lively painting full of funny thought and sly looks. You’ll learn how to give realistic shape to this cool cat and brawny bulldog and how to create expressive eyes that tell a story just by the way they’re placed. So come discover your inner artist and let’s paint our canvas and eat some cookies!



Canvas: 16×20 stretched primed canvas
Brushes: 1/2 inch flat bristle brush, #8 round, #1 round brush
Acrylic Paint: titanium white, burnt sienna (rust), burnt umber (brown), deep yellow, mars black, green oxide
Other: #2 pencil, 9 inch paper plate, cup of water for washing brushes, paper towel for drying brushes

1. #2 pencil – Sketch dog and cat
2. 1/2 inch bristle brush – Paint the background with green and white
3. #8 round brush – Paint the light fur patches of dog with white, black and rust
4. #8 round brush – Paint inside of dog ears with rust and white
5. #8 round brush – Paint the dark fur patches of dog with yellow, rust and brown
6. #8 round brush – Paint fur on cat with brown
7. #8 round brush – Paint black outlines and details on dog with black
8. #1 round brush – Paint black details on cat with black
9. #1 round brush – Paint cat ears and nose with rust and white
10. #1 round brush – Finish cat eyes with white, yellow and green
11. #1 round brush – Paint final details on face of dog with black and white
12. #1 round brush – Signature with black

Prep Time 10 minutes / Cook Time 8-10 minutes
1 cup salted butter softened
1 cup white (granulated) sugar
1 cup light brown sugar packed
2 tsp pure vanilla extract
2 large eggs
3 cups all-purpose flour
1 tsp baking soda
½ tsp baking powder
1 tsp sea salt
2 cups chocolate chunks (or chips, or chopped chocolate)
1 cup Mini Three Musketeer Chocolates

1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees F. Line a baking pan with parchment paper and set aside.
2. In a separate bowl mix flour, baking soda, salt, baking powder. Set aside.
3. Cream together butter and sugars until combined.
4. Beat in eggs and vanilla until fluffy.
5. Mix in the dry ingredients until combined.
6. Add chocolate chunks and mix well.
7. Roll 2-3 TBS of dough into balls and place them evenly spaced on your prepared cookie sheets then press the Three Musketeers on to the top of the dough.
8. Bake in preheated oven for approximately 8-10 minutes.
9. Let them sit on the baking pan for 2 minutes before removing to cooling rack.

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