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Downloadable Acrylic Painting Pattern - Tropical Envy - by Gaby Hunter

$9.95
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SKU:
03-002-0137

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Tropical Envy - acrylic tropical painting pattern by Gaby Hunter.

Learn to paint this tropical composition with Gaby's step by step painting instructions. Gaby describes her painting steps for painting realistic moss, creating the textures of bark, and the translucency of painting a large white orchid. Learn how this white flower is created using many subtle shades of gray and other pastel hues. Gaby walks you through the painting's progression, explaining the color palette as you procede. This painting pattern comes with all the instructions and steps for re-creating this beautiful acrylic painting. Lots to learn in this one! From building depth and dimension using the mottled background to creating textures and amazing leaf colors!

Palette:  DecoArt Traditions

Hansa Yellow – PY 74

Yellow Deep - 

Transp. Red Iron Oxide PR101

Quinacridone Gold (optional)

Prussian Blue Hue

Ultramarine Blue – PB29

Aquamarine Blue

Phthalo Green Blue

Pine Green

Titanium White – PW 6

Medium White

Medium Beige

Red Violet PV19

Raw Umber – PBr 7

Carbon Black -- PBk7

Dark Grey Value 3

Medium Value 6

Light Value 8


Mediums:  DecoArt Traditions

Extender and Blending Medium DATM02

Glazing Medium DATM01

Multi-Surface Sealer DATM03

 

Brushes:  DecoArt Tradition

Soft White Mop TB121

Blender Mop TB111

Filberts Sizes 12

Flats

Round #3 TB21

Kolinsky #3

Angles #1/4" TB73

 

Other  Supplies:

16 x 20 Canvas

ClearLay Acetate to trace your design on

https://store.artapprenticeonline.com/products/Clear%252dLay-8.5-x-11-.html
White Graphite Paper
Black Sharpe Pen (Extra Fine)

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  • 5
    The picture is wonderful with shades and lights, lots of differences in textures,

    Posted by Lin Kruger on 20th Oct 2018

    I bought this pattern and have been doing it as a coloured pencil drawing rather than as an acrylic painting and it's actually turning out wonderful. I can get some beautiful colours on the bark and the little bird. I haven't got to the orchid yet but it's going to be wonderful I think. A beautiful Gaby Hunter piece.