Hello! Today I want to share these beautiful acrylic paintings for inspiration. I believe if you are a acrylic painting beginner, you can take inspiration from here! Lets start.
Dogs, cats, mice and other pets are presented here as exercises. I’m just trying to figure out how to draw pets quickly and easily.
With these little exercises you can quickly learn to paint different animals and each process is based on basic shapes. With it you can draw your animal in a few minutes and learn to sketch animals quickly and easily.
On this website you can learn the instructions for drawing online animals. On the one hand, it’s about finding ways that make it easier to act, but also to draw very special animals. Because if you see well, you will find many peculiarities of all types or are born within species. If you know these functions, it is easy to draw many different animals.
Suppliments for acrylic painting
- Acrylic paint
- Straight brush.
- A brush set the fire.
- The little detail brush, the lines of the script.
Use a pointed pen for the first few lines and then follow lines with a pencil. When you’re done, delete pencil lines, paint your picture!
Bolin fur has many differences – a mixture of color, black and brown and often intertwined. I ignore that now and focus on larger public forms. I’ll take care of the details later.
Animal pictures are very popular with my students and I wanted to have the opportunity to show the picture of the animal entirely in acrylic. I use my liquid depressants and gel mix, which I mix about 50/50. This gives me a lot of a liquid gel that gives a similar consistency to flaxseed oil or liquin when using oils, allows me to soften the mixture.
Fur, if you have it, is a hallmark of an animal. Therefore, it is important to study the properties of fur (or other texture) in order to better understand how to paint it. Looking at Pauline, she has thin, thin hair on her head. I can see almost individual threads. On the neck and body, however, the fur is thin and difficult to distinguish.
Using the liner brush thin and easier to mix (mixed from the first step, and then thin with the inhibitor liquid), add some whiskers to the bottom. This is best done when the canvas is completely dry so that oversized ones can easily be erased.
I made a piece of paper with a non-acrylic medium and Bolin’s face with a pencil. This part of the process is very important. You want to get your sketch in front of the painting. Otherwise, it may be necessary to repair an increasingly difficult paint defect.
I often use the three-step process in acrylic and oil (expected, info and dark), combining the dark shadows at the base of the menu / colors.
Just a few layers later, I started adding details like little hair around the barrel and eyes.
Although I finish the painting in the same way, it takes longer to dry. The joy of acrylic is that you can work through the soap, but then dry the area with a blow dryer and quickly to the next level.
Liquid inhibitors (50.50) gel and fluid mix (see above for more details))