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RAINY DAYS

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RAINY DAYS | Hobbyideas

With the rains coming the first thing that comes to our mind is a frog under a mushroom. Paint your imagination on the canvas board using Acrylic Colours.

 

how to do it yourself

STEP 1:-

RAINY DAYS - Step 1 | Hobbyideas

Take A3 sized white paper.
Draw the mushroom house, the frog and some flowers on it.
Trace the same design on the Fine art canvas board measuring 12” x 16” in size.

STEP 2:-

RAINY DAYS - Step 2 | Hobbyideas

Spread some water on the background of the design to give a washed effect using Fevicryl Acrylic Colours Crimson 04, Prussian Blue 19 and Cerulean Blue 32.
let it dry.

STEP 3:-

RAINY DAYS - Step 3 | Hobbyideas

Paint the mushroom house using Fevicryl Acrylic Colours Golden Yellow 09 and Orange 17.
The base and inner side of mushroom in light shade of brown made by mixing Vandyke Brown 37 and White 27.
The windows using Prussian Blue 19 and White 27.

STEP 4:-

RAINY DAYS - Step 4 | Hobbyideas

Paint the frog and the land in shades of green made by mixing Fevicryl Acrylic Colours light Green 12, Golden Yellow 09 and white 27.
Paint the flowers using Golden Yellow 09, the base of land using Vandyke Brown 37.

STEP 5:-

RAINY DAYS - Step 5 | Hobbyideas

Make the outlines of the design with Fevicryl Acrylic Colour Black 02.
Draw the rain drops using Fevicryl 3D Cone Outliner Pearl White 301 as well as highlight the raindrop and wavy lines for water using Fevicryl Acrylic Colour Prussian Blue 19.

you will need

Fevicryl Acrylic Colours - Crimson 04, Prussian Blue 19, Cerulean Blue 32, Light Green 12, Golden Yellow 09, Orange 17, Vandyke Brown 37, White 27, Black 02, Fevicryl 3D Cone Outliner Pearl White 301, Fine Art Canvas Board 12” x 16” size, Fine Art Brushes,, Colour Palette, Water ContainerA3 Sized White Paper, Yellow Carbon Paper, Pencil.

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