Welcome back to another fun little demo and time lapse video of how to paint a hummingbird, in mid flight. I like to use several different illusions in this painting. The background is a photography technique called Bokeh which is the use of out of focus backgrounds to emphasize the subject matter. Another really fun technique, which is also a photographers technique and that is the motion blur. I use these to really capture the movement, depth and speed of a hummingbird in the painting. So grab your airbrush and let’s get to it!
So there you have it! A quick look at how to paint a hummingbird using the airbrush and paint brush. Thank you for joining me today, I hope you had fun!
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So here’s what I used to create this Hummingbird….
Artist’s Tool Box:
USA CP12X16-12PK – 12 x 16
MAS G44 – Master High Precision Gravity Feed Airbrush with 0.2 mm Tip
USA AB-KIT-12 – 12 Color Primary Opaque Airbrush Acrylic Paint Colors
USA BS-124 – 12 Piece Nylon Paint Brush Set