Step 1. Paint your canvas!
When you’re new to creating your first painting try to start with black paper. But if you are new to the art of painting you might want to consider white paper. There’s no telling whether the brush strokes will look good, but by the end of the painting you should have something that’s appealing.
Step 2. Pick the right color for your canvas
White paper or acrylic paint is soft and has good reflection characteristics, like waterproof. To help you get good color choice pick some colors that are a tad darker than you usually paint. A light colored canvas that is a little darker will work well, too.
Step 3. Cut and shape the brush strokes.
Once you’ve got your canvas, start cutting out your brush strokes, making sure to keep the size and shape in mind. Once you get to the end of the brush, make sure to cut it to the size and shape you’re going to use later.
Step 4. Cut the watermark
Now go ahead and cut the watermark. Since watermark is a very subtle effect, the paint will be very light. I would recommend not to go past the watermark mark, for some reason it gives the brush a weird character if you keep on going past it. The one rule of watermark is: never leave the watermark visible!
Step 5. Paint the brush strokes
Now it’s time to start painting your brush strokes. If you used white paper you just start with white paper’s paint. If you used acrylic paint you start with acrylic paint’s paint.
Step 6. Don’t apply too much color if you painted it with black paper!
If you have a painting that is already finished, you can take what you know about it and apply a bit of a light color to the final brush stroke. You don’t want too much to the color because it can mess up your brush details. When it comes to painting your first painting, I would always do the paint first, and try to stick to the color you’re going to use later. This will help you to focus on your painting technique.
Step 7. Make sure it’s not too dark!
You can play around with your brush strokes to get different shades of this black brush from your painting. Use your paint until you get one that looks good enough…
You can try all these techniques if you want to, but sometimes it’s a
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