What is the best way to splatter paint?
Use a Toothbrush Dip a toothbrush in some slightly watered-down paint. Then, point the head of the brush toward your canvas. Using your finger, pull back on the bristles of the toothbrush and release them, creating a fine mist of paint. Generally, the faster you flick the bristles, the more splatter you’ll generate.
How do you paint realistic night sky?
When painting a night sky, have the sky transition gradually from a very dark upper sky color, to a lighter sky closer to the horizon. Then as you start painting stars into your darker sky color, you do not want to paint all of your stars the same color.
What color should I paint stars?
Dip the star-shaped sponge into your choice of latex paint; white, gold or silver are realistic star hues. Blot the excess paint onto paper towel. Your sponge should be damp — not dripping — with paint. Imprint the star onto the wall using gentle pressure.
What are some good things to paint?
Easy painting ideas inspired by real life:
- Your favorite coffee mug.
- A prickly pear cactus.
- Your furry friend.
- A tranquil lake scene.
- Your eye and eyebrow (try observing from real life)
- A leafy tree.
- Your childhood home.
- A piece of cloth draped over a chair.