Beginner Acrylic learn To paint a Fantasy Face #CACFantasyArt
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Beginner acrylic painting tutorial How to paint A face in the fantasy style. This Drip and Splatter acrylic ink painting is a fully step by step painting art lesson LIVE. You will Amaze yourself. FW Ink and Daler and Rowney System 3 Acrylic paint review

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Materials:


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Paint Colors


Daler and Rowney Primary Ink 6-Color set
Daler and Rowney Flourescent Neon Ink Ink 6-Color set
Daler and Rowney Primary Ink 6-Color set
Marine Blue
System 3 Daler and Rowney Phthalocyanine Turquoise
System 3 Daler and Rowney Aqua Blue
System 3 Daler and Rowney Southern Ocean Blue 154
System 3 Daler and Rowney Prussian Blue -134
System 3 Daler and Rowney Cadmium Yellow hue 620
System 3 Daler and Rowney Yellow Ocher 663
System 3 Daler and Rowney Cadmium Orange light 638
System 3 Daler and Rowney Sap Green - 375
System 3 Daler and Rowney Pistachio -302
System 3 Daler and Rowney Burnt Sienna -221
System 3 Daler and Rowney Mars Black -036
System 3 Daler and Rowney Titanium White -009

Surfaces


16x20 canvas, pre-gessoed

Paint Brushes


Black Pearl® Bright Size 4
Black Pearl® Bright Size 6
Black Pearl® Round Size 4
Black Pearl Filbert Size 2
Black Pearl Filbert Size 4
Black Pearl Filbert Size 8
Sterling Studio Round Size 1
4002 Series Bright Long Handle Size 10 - Goldilocks™ Brush
4006 Series Angle Long Handle Size ½
1900 Bristlon®
2100 Cambridge™
2500 Ruby Satin®
6400 Black Pearl™
Straw

Other Materials


Arteza watercolor pencils
Artist Tape
Brush soap
Chalk
Lavender Spike Oil Brush Soap
Paper Peel Paint Pallet
Saral Paper
Sharpener
Tracing Paper 9x12
T Square Ruler
Easels
Best European Easel *OS3
Jack Richeson La Vara Easel, Table Top
Books
How to Mix Skin color
Victoria Finlay History of Color

Special Notes:


For Brush Care use, cleaning and for a list of Retailers that carry them GO TO the links below to find out more about them and where to buy http://www.silverbrush.com/the-art-sherpareg.html Find your favorite or closest retailer here http://www.silverbrush.com/where-to-buy1.html Go online http://www.silverbrush.com/online-resellers.html We love to see pictures of you with your brushes. You can share your new treasures with us online on any social website #ArtSherpaBrushes #silverbrushlimited

Have fun Live with The Art Sherpa during this BEGINNER HOW TO PAINT art lesson in acrylic art tutorial. This is an easy, fun, social art lesson for canvas. We talk about art and other fun subjects. With help and guidance, anyone can paint. You can paint!

Want to see something? Just comment! Tell me what you'd like to paint, or what you want to know about art. This is YOUR art journey. Open your heart and access your art.

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