Teacup & Books Acrylic Painting LIVE Tutorial

Learn how to paint in this free step by step acrylic painting tutorial by Angela Anderson. Easy to follow instructions guide you through creating your own beautiful canvas artwork. Great Mother’s Day project!

Materials Used:
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Blick Art Supplies: https://www.anrdoezrs.net/click-8066323-13762119
9″ x 12″ Fredrix Canvas Board
Heavy Body Acrylic Paints
Carbon Black
Burnt Umber
Burnt Sienna
Cadmium Yellow Medium
Yellow Oxide
Phthalo Green (Yellow Shade)
Ultramarine Blue
Quinacridone Magenta
Titanium White
Unbleached Titanium

Acrylic Synthetic Brushes from The Brush Guys: https://www.thebrushguys.com/shop/angela-anderson/
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Princeton 6100 Bright #12, #10, #8, #6, #4, #2
Princeton 6100 Flat #2
Princeton 6100 Filbert #4, #6
Princeton 6100 Round #1, #2, #2/0
Princeton Select Bristle Fan #10/0
Princeton Select Deerfoot Stippler 3/8″
Princeton VelvetTouch Round #1, 18/0 Short Liner
Princeton VelvetTouch 1/4″, 3/8″ Blender
Princeton VelvetTouch Angle Shader 1/4″, 3/8″

Golden Acrylic Glazing Liquid (Satin or Gloss)
Paper Towels (Viva or Scott Shop)
Spray Bottle
Strathmore Visual Journal Mixed Media Pad (for practice)
Chalk or Scribe-All Pencils
Faber-Castell Pitt Artist Pens or Sakura Pigma FB Brush Pens
Grey Matters Palette Paper or Masterson Stay Wet Palette
Creative Color Wheel or Color Mixing Color Wheel

For Traceable Transfer:
Tracing Paper
Saral Graphite Transfer Paper
Saral White Transfer Paper
Stylus Set
Bleach Wipes (optional)

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Learn How to Paint TEDDY BEAR TEA TIME 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 adorable plush stuffed animal still life image of “TEDDY BEAR TEA TIME” with acrylic paint. You’ll learn simple painting techniques that will help you to develop a realistic shape and form on the fluffy animal and on the tea pot, cup and saucer. This painting is filled with the inspiration of a child’s imagination with a little whimsical touch. Your bear could be wearing a bow tie, glasses, or even a scarf if you would like, let your imagination steer the evolution of this painting. With the dramatic texture of the fur and the vintage color on the wall, the image has a warm cozy feel to it. You’ll learn how to build the fur using layering and stippling techniques creating dimension throughout the body. The painting will come to life with the shimmering twinkle in the eyes and the 3d illusion from the ceramic pottery. Bringing this cute little bear to life will feel magical, but you’ll also learn some valuable lessons along the way to create realistic looking elements that will appear to pop out of the canvas with a real photo quality. With perfectly proportioned features in the cubs body and realistic movement in the arms and pot, the round sitting bear will look like he’s ready to invite everyone to his personal tea party. The soft color in the fur, with the texture and dimension, lets you imagine how cuddly this bear is to snuggle up to. With the construction of the composition you’ll learn to paint this realistic looking charming friend who is serving up his finest tea. Creativity is always encouraged, just have fun with it! This painting is sure to impress the viewer and compliment the décor of any room. Using only 3 brushes and 6 colors we’ll create this conversational masterpiece with a magnificent enchanting and loveable plush stuffed animal with a captivating expression, who’s excited about the day in front of him. So let’s get painting and let’s get sipping!

IMAGE LINK FOR PRINTING:
https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5a30281990bade409dfa356b/t/607876f1072e1120a9f8cd95/1618507506316/TeddyBearTeaParty-print.jpg

MATERIALS:
Canvas: 16×20 stretched primed canvas Brushes: 1/2 inch flat bristle (large), #8 round synthetic (medium), #4 round (small)
Acrylic Paint: titanium white, mars black, deep yellow, burnt umber (brown), chrome orange, phthalo green
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 of bear
2. 1/2 inch bristle brush – Paint background with black, green and white
3. 1/2 inch bristle brush – Paint the base coat for bear with brown
4. 1/2 inch bristle brush – Paint shadows under bear with black and light green (made in step 2)
5. #8 round brush – Paint 1st layer of muzzle and bottom of feet with brown, yellow and white
6. #8 round brush – Paint 1st layer of facial and foot features with black
7. 1/2 inch bristle brush – Paint shadows on bear with brown and black
8. #8 round brush – Paint 1st layer of teapot, cup and saucer with black and white
9. #4 round brush – Finish facial features with black, orange, brown, white and tan (made in step 5)
10. #4 round brush – Finish bottom of feet with tan, white, brown and black
11. #4 round brush – Paint highlights and shadows for teapot, cup and saucer with black, brown, white and light gray (made in step 8)
12. 1/2 inch bristle brush – Paint decorations on teapot, cup and saucer with white, green, orange and yellow
13. #4 round brush – Sign with black

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

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Abstract Sky – Bodypainting

Voici le début d’une jolie aventure les amis.
Je tiens à remercier mes fabuleuses copines pour leur aide immense.
Réalisation: @sun4mix / @je_guette
Instagram: @Meta.Dali
Model: dont’t try bitch
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Produits:
Tous les produits sont listés dans la vidéo.
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Musique proposée par La Musique Libre
KV – Bloc : https://youtu.be/eHiUNt3vpeo
KV : https://soundcloud.com/kvmusicprod
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Musique proposée par La Musique Libre
MÆSON – Vinyl’s : https://youtu.be/Hzj4X6651hw
MÆSON : https://soundcloud.com/maeson-1/
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Victorian Teapot -Time Lapse of Fine Art Body Painting

Anke Catesby is a professional body painter who specializes in prenatal belly art and fine art body painting.

See more about this exciting art at

Belly Art: www.ArtHappens.com.au

Body Art: www.AnkeCatesby.com

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Brisbane body painter, Anke Catesby first met International Tea Note Speaker May King Tsang on Twitter, where their love of fine tea led them to a beauTEAful friendship. A recent real-time meeting had Anke transform May King into a Victorian teapot.

“It’s a concept I had in mind for a little while, and I couldn’t think of a more appropriate model. It suited May King to a TEA,” Anke said.

There was much laughter and many tea puns shared during the 3 hours it took to paint May King. “The body art piece is a defining moment in my tea career. As a Tea Note Speaker, talking about tea is something I love, but modelling for this project took me out of my comfort zone,” May King added. “Challenges in business are a good thing, so despite my inhibitions, I loved rising to the challenge.”

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May King Tsang is the founder of MayKing Tea and the Queensland Business Facebook Group. As a Tea Note Speaker (the Specialty Tea Institute’s only certified speaker in Australia), she runs regular Tea Appreciation classes and is available for hire to talk about all things tea. Contact May King Tsang at www.maykingtea.com
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Photography by Simon Catesby of Natator Photography
www.NatatorPhotography.com.au

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