How to Paint: Free Painting Instructions
Are you interested in learning how to paint, or in furthering your painting skills? If so, I invite you to check out the painting instructions posted on this website:
Some painting methods are easier than others. This spin painting method is the easiest one that I know of; it’s incredibly easy to get good results with it, even for people who swear they have no artistic talent. Maybe you can’t draw a straight line, but I bet you will be able to paint lovely circles and spirals easily when you use this method to do it. There’s sound science behind this approach; centrifugal force does most of the work for you in this painting method. I hope you’ll give it a try!
This in-depth guide focuses on several important aspects of composing and painting still life artwork, including composition, color choices and more. The guide includes a couple of stunning historic examples of still life painting, plus plenty of workbook-style questions you can answer to stimulate your own ideas for creating amazing still life art.
DIY Hand-Painted Medallion
For the mixed media artist: free instructions and inspiration for creating a hand-painted medallion design.
Check Out Our Picks for the Best Fabric Paints
There are limitless surfaces you can paint on. If you want to create wearable art or home decor projects, you can paint on fabrics, pillow covers, quilts, t-shirts, shirts, denim jackets or similar surfaces. Some paints work better than others for this purpose; we invite you to consider our picks for the best fabric paints.
Lumiere paints aren’t your usual acrylic paints for multiple reasons. Check out our detailed review of these lovely paints to find out why that is.
If you need an ultra-affordable yet high-quality surface to paint on with gouache, poster paints or similar media, check out Strathmore Bristol board for one possible solution. Our detailed product review of this paper will inform you about many important details so you can make an educated decision about whether this could be the right surface for the painting you’re planning to do.
Liquid Pearls is a paint that works well on paper, fabric and possibly other surfaces. See our detailed product review of Liquid Pearls for more information.
Interested in painting on fabric? If so, check out Jacquard Textile Color fabric paints.
Posted By: Amy Solovay
This page was last updated on 9-16-2021.