Stone Sunset Painting With Acrylic

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Hello Hivers, How are you doing? I wish you are well today, Welcome to my Art blog. I am going to share on how to paint landscape on the stone. This idea is really exciting to do.In this post I am going to demonstrate the step by step process in order to achieve beautiful scenery on a stone canvas. and as well, learn the basic techniques.

Stones and rocks are available in different sizes, Before you start painting you have to wash the stone or rock thoroughly, and make it dry so that the paint will not easily be remove. It would be nice if you can pick a flat and smooth stone.

Materials Needed:
šŸ‘‰ Flat stone or smooth stone
šŸ‘‰ Pencil and eraser
šŸ‘‰ Clean Water
šŸ‘‰ Rag
šŸ‘‰ Paper napkin

Acrylic Paint:img_0.6905966099667584šŸ‘‰ Black
šŸ‘‰ Brilliant Red
šŸ‘‰ Lemon Yellow
šŸ‘‰ Titanium White
šŸ‘‰ Ultramarine Blue
šŸ‘‰ Violet

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šŸ‘‰ Flat Brush /small #10, 10/32 / 8.0mm
šŸ‘‰ Liner Brush #2 / 2/32" / 1.6mm

Painting Process:img_0.8280193467346857I Started with the sketch, this is your guide where your painting will go. You can use pencil.

img_0.34428933464210637 In painting landscape or sunset it is always start by painting with the background. I used brilliant red, yellow white and violet. most part here, I blend the yellow and brilliant red. For this portion I used flat brush.

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img_0.7887836513980472 I painted the mountains with black using flat brush

img_0.41447372593471227 I Mixed the white and small amount of yellow for the sunset, I used liner brush or you can also use round brush for painting the sun setting. To make this art alive, I put water reflection, waves and water lines. I used the same brush for this part.

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This is the finish stone Sunset art with acrylic medium.

I hope I give you inspiration through this post and thank you for stopping by! Happy Art and have a great day!šŸ˜€

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