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What will I need?
- No experience needed, just the curiosity to learn something new.
Is this course right for me?
- Any level artist or hobbyist who wants to learn a fun new technique.
What am I going to learn?
- Learn the basic brush strokes of the one stroke painting technique.
- Learn how to paint leaves with one stroke painting.
- Learn to paint petals with one stroke painting.
- Learn how to paint complex flowers with one stroke painting.
This course is an introduction to one stroke painting using acrylic paint.
One stroke painting is a decorative painting technique in which the artist loads the brush with two (or more) different colours simultaneously to create a unique blending effect. This works especially well to depict the delicate nuances of flowers and leaves.
The one stroke painting technique can be used to create beautiful florals on paper, glass, wood and fabric, and it has also become a very popular technique in body painting and nail art.
This class focuses on practising this technique using acrylic paints.
Acrylic is an easy medium to work with since it blends well and dries fast. This allows for multiple layering in the same sitting, without having to wait long for the paint to dry.
This class is beginner-friendly and will start out with basic one stroke brush strokes. From there we will cover basic petals and leaves and gradually build up the skills to paint botanical illustrations.
By the end of the class, you will have learned multiple one stroke techniques and learned how to use those techniques to create various flowers.
Acrylic paint – titanium white, red, green, blue, yellow, and purple (any colours really)
Paintbrushes – size 8 flat brush, (any medium-sized brush will do)
Triplex – A4 sheets (alternatively, paper or cardstock)
Pallet (a paper plate will be just fine)
Paper towel or an old cloth