Pouring Paint with Silicone and Torch

Pouring paint is so very unpredictable but, that is what is so enticing about this style of painting! I do love to play with art that creates itself and when I do, it is so very therapeutic. So, grab some paint and let’s get to it. Artists Tool Box: Acrylic Paints Acrylic Pouring Mediums Silicone Pouring Oil Pouring Panels Mixing cups Please follow and like … Continue reading Pouring Paint with Silicone and Torch

Paint Pouring 101 – Multi cup Pour

Welcome back to Painters Forum and today we will be covering the always fun, Acrylic Paint Pour technique. I will be covering the Materials, Supplies, and Chemistry to achieve the most epic Paint Pours every time. So grab some gloves and let’s get to it. Artist’s Tool Box: Wooden Pouring Panels – CLICK HERE Acrylic paints – CLICK HERE Silicone Pouring Oil – CLICK HERE … Continue reading Paint Pouring 101 – Multi cup Pour

Learning to Draw with highlights to create Art

A writer once said…” you need to learn to read before you can write.” I feel the same way about painting and drawing. One needs to learn to learn the principles of lighting, shading, perspective, line, contour, depth and shape before applying anything to paint. So I have prepared a little time lapse drawing that will help you understand this a little clearer. Anh Pham … Continue reading Learning to Draw with highlights to create Art

Wet on Wet-Wave Painting with Water Colors

Painting a Wave is the next best thing to riding waves. Where ever you live, there has to be some sort of waves; whether you’re near the ocean, a lake or gulf. Painting them can be so very relaxing but, they can be challenging as well. Painting water is challenging enough and when storms and wind create moving energy, this is where it can get … Continue reading Wet on Wet-Wave Painting with Water Colors

How to paint realistic Pet Portraits from a Photo

Welcome back to the Painter’s Forum! Today we will be looking at the technique on how to paint a per portrait from a photo. Painting a pet portrait can be just as challenging as painting a human portrait because the owners of the pets know every little detail about their dog or cat. If the eyes are too wide or far apart from each other, … Continue reading How to paint realistic Pet Portraits from a Photo