Mouse on a Flower 🌺🌸🌼  CUTE  Acrylic Tutorial Step by Step Day 25   #AcrylicApril2022
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Hamster Mouse on a Flower 🌺🌸🌼  CUTE  Acrylic Tutorial Step by Step Day 25 #AcrylicApril 🌺🌸🌼 BLOOM How to paint Flowers by The Art Sherpa  This is the first Daily Painting course  for Beginners who want a real  acrylic painting step by step tutorial about how to paint better Flowers. Everything is 100% real time, multi Camera angles and fully explained so it's easy to understand.  YOU CAN PAINT THIS !! All Art lessons are brought to you by The Art Sherpa ‍ You can join our Live stream chats daily to connect with other painters just like you. 

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Chapters : 

00:00     Intro

01:31     Step 1  Colored Background

05:22     Step 2  Sketch Image

08:04     Step 3  Adding Leaves 

11:02     Step 4  Stem and Leaf  Details  

15:06     Step 5  Flower, Layer One

19:05     Step 6  Petal Details

22:51     Step 7  Top Petals

31:18     Step 8  Lining the Leaves

34:23     Step 9  Mouse  

39:06     Step10 Mouse Detail Lines

43:36     Step11  Mouse Fur

54:11     Step12  Mouse Eye  

58:38     SIGN

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05/01/22 12:57:11PM @cquinn:
I had soooo much trouble with the stem and leaves- I think I went over them 2 or 3 times! And they dont usually cause me so much angst. The flowers were easy enough, once I got the hang of the "back and forth" between the lighter and darker tones, and of course the lining helps separate the petals- but the mouse?!!! The mouse. Most likely the artist has difficulty with drawing to scale on a 12 x 12 but it all came together in the end! Cinnamon gave very clear instructions to accomplish this - I just have a hard time with colour mixing consistency!
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