Easy Painting – Step by Step Lavender and Lilac Flower Fields in 10 Minutes!

Easy Painting – Step by Step Lavender and Lilac Flower Fields in 10 Minutes!

In today’s easy acrylic landscape painting tutorial we paint a large field of purple and pink flowers. It’s always fun to paint lavender and lilacs in the spring and I hope you have just as much fun as I did. This tutorial is done in real time and perfect for beginners!
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Here are all of my materials in an easy to read list. You can also watch this video for a more in-depth look at everything:

Primary Blue (By: Liquitex BASICS)
Primary Red (By: Liquitex BASICS)
Brilliant Purple (By: Liquitex BASICS)
Dioxazine Purple (By: Liquitex BASICS)
Medium Magenta (By: Liquitex BASICS)
Sap Green (By: Winsor and Newton)
Mars Black (By: Liquitex BASICS)
Titanium White (By: Liquitex BASICS)

Large flat headed brush – 2cm (Artists Loft)
Medium flat headed brush – 1.5cm (Artists Loft)
Small flat headed brush – 0.5cm (Artists Loft)
Old flat headed brush – 1.5cm (I’m not entirely sure but you could use Artists Loft)
Medium round headed brush (Artists Loft)
Small round headed brush (Artists Loft)

Water: Um..tap..

Canvas board – It ranges from 5×7 inches to 9×12. Don’t worry about using the exact size though. Work on what you feel comfortable with and remember, the larger the canvas the more detail you can incorporate but the longer it will take.



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