We've been talking a lot about canvas painting and acrylic paint brushes lately. With that in mind, we'd like to share with you some handy paint application techniques you can give a go on your next painting session. Of course, don't forget to set up the basics - your canvas (or paper) brushes and choice of acrylic paint colors to get started!
If you're currently into doing acrylic painting, one of the basic things your art teacher taught you to do is underpainting.
Underpainting may be deemed as an "unnecessary" first step to your artwork, but it is very essential if you want to get things done right.
Having a blank canvas to paint on is definitely one of the exciting parts of being an artist! There's plenty of space for your ideas and creativity to come to life. While it is fun and exciting, it can also be quite stressful.
"What should I do with all these space?" "Do I need this much space to begin with?" "How should I start painting my ideas?"
In this article, we'll answer those questions (and more!) so your canvas painting adventure will always be a fun and positive one. Read on!
Well, except if you're planning to use just your hands, painting on canvas won't be possible without a brush for your acrylic paint. Brushes get such a low rep when it fact, it is at the core of anything you can get done as a budding painter.
If this is your first time buying your brushes, this article will be especially helpful for you. We'll help you understand specifically designed for acrylic paint.