girl on swing painting tutorial

Girl on swing painting tutorial
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I love teaching people to paint in a supportive environment. Everyone deserves to have art in their lives and feel the joy that art can bring! Follow along and share your art journey with me! I look forward to hearing from you.

Girl on swing painting tutorial
While this odd request was turned down by other painters such as Doyen, a painter of more serious historical subjects, Fragonard leapt to the occasion, producing what became the most iconic work of the French Rococo.
In contrast, other aspects of the painting remain in shadow, such as the husband, possibly referencing his being “in the dark” as to his wife’s affair.

One of the most popular ideas for paintings is to create a girl in swing painting with flowers. I’ve seen this theme in many artists’ galleries and also at many Youtube artists. My girl in swing painting is a bit related to the spring watercolors and even summer watercolors paintings. What I love about a girl in swing painting with flowers is the fact that the whole body is in motion, it’s very dynamic. I have a strong pleasure in drawing flowing hair, and with this kind of art, you can paint the hair flow in all its beauty.
I will explain some of the steps to create a girl in swing painting with flowers. However, you can also watch the video I did for this artwork, below in the article. I started with a pencil sketch. The only thing you need to sketch is the girl in the swing. Next, using a big round brush paint the background with a wet on wet technique. I used blue, red and their mix to create a gradient background. Next, I painted with a hint of white some flowers hanging from the top of the page. It’s supposed to be a tree with flowers. I don’t really know the name of that tree, but you got the point. For the flowers use a mix of white, pink, red and purple. The light in my painting comes from the right so the flowers should be colored accordingly.

Girl on swing painting tutorial
I have a feeling this cute swing is going to get quite a bit of use this summer! Ella wanted to be pushed and pushed! She loves it already.
I started by lightly cleaning the outside of the tire, brushing it off with a dry rag. If your tire is really dirty, you may need to bust out the soap and water or degreaser. Mine wasn’t too bad to begin with.

Girl on swing painting tutorial
To attach the hanging hardware, drill a 3/8″ hole through the outer upright supports of the back. Insert the 6″ screw eye through the hole, thread a washer and nut onto the end.
Drill two pocket holes into one end of each 2″ x 4″ x 19 ¾” board. Add Krazy Glue to the ends of the 19 ¾” boards. Drive 2 ½” pocket screws into the pocket holes to attach the upright supports to the 48″ board.

References:

http://www.artble.com/artists/jean-honore_fragonard/paintings/the_swing
http://cristinapicteaza.com/girl-in-swing-painting-video/
http://www.ellaclaireinspired.com/easy-diy-tire-swing/
http://www.prettyhandygirl.com/building-porch-swing-pallet-wood/
http://www.visual-arts-cork.com/famous-paintings/swing-fragonard.htm

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