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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!
IMAGE LINK FOR PRINTING:
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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SumBodyArt’s Prana- Aura of Life (Bodypainting Shamanism) WBF 2018 Part 2
I painted my story of rebirth as a BodyPainting Shaman. I have always had supernatural connections, visions, dreams with the spirit world; seeing the auras of people etc. This was a tradition, gift from my great grandfather who was the Oracle Shaman of his Indigenous Tribe.
5 years ago, I had a my near death experience during the birth of Luna which lead me to a rebirth of me; my new path to personal art healing and recovery. I saw life, death, creation, destruction in my surreal trance.
I had the choice to die, to come back as Luna or to come back as me. I decided to come back as me. It took 6 months for my full recovery with physiotherapy, relearning how to walk, paint and dance again. And when Luna was 8 months, we moved to Europe and left home from Australia. So I can pursue my bodypainting dream further in Europe as both an artist and model.
Prana- Aura of Life marks the miracle that happened 5 years ago. And my path to being a BodyPainting Shaman and Art Healing.
Team Sum Body Art is so happy to be part of this. Thanks to my talented model Jessy Spin, my loving assistant Rikie Wollenweber, our cheer squad Martine Kleerekoper. And Willem Assies from Diamond FX for the brilliant colours, love and support for our art creations!
Thanks The Bamboo Closet for the hand made fan veils to represent the Fire for our Fire Shaman Flow Ceremony. The look is complete with your awesome fan veils.
Thanks for all the photographers and videographers who helped in capturing the Fire Shaman in motion and in moments for Team SumBodyArt. Thanks Tobias Spranger, Thomas Petter, Leon Sokoletski, Daniel Janesch, , Josh David Lim, Sasha Magnolia Parker, Christian Anders, Que Jay Tee, Jessy Spin, Rikie Wollenweber, Martine Kleerekoper and yours truly.
Sum Body Art
Wing Sum Diana Chan
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In today’s acrylic painting tutorial we paint a volcano erupting with large billowing smoke. This landscape painting lesson is done in real time and will cover the step by step process of how to paint a volcano, smoke, burning rock, fire, lava and lots of sparks. You can find the colors I used for this palette listed below in the description.
For assistance with the drawing process or color mixing process you can find the traceable and reference photo here:
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Cerulean Blue, Primary Yellow, Cadmium Red Light Hue, Burnt Umber, Mars Black, Titanium White
Learn how to paint a glowing candle in a frosty lantern with acrylics. Artist Angela Anderson will teach this full length lesson LIVE. Create your own winter canvas painting. Learn how to paint a glowing flame candlelight reflections on glass. Add your initials in the bark of the tree for a romantic Valentines twist.
This is an Angelooney Collaboration with Cinnamon Cooney (theartsherpa). See her Candle painting here: https://youtu.be/I5QJAQj3fo8
12″ x 12″ Canvas Panel: http://amzn.to/2cOn8QT
Heavy Body Acrylic Paints: http://goo.gl/r9mZPZ
Cadmium Red Light
Cadmium Yellow Medium
Indian Yellow Hue
Zinc White (or glazing medium)
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Palette Knife or Old Credit Card
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