Thursday, March 1

Spring Easter Bunny Rabbit - hand painted

This is a quick and easy project to do. First here's the finished look (it looks great on a mantle with fresh flowers and other spring decor):
  1. I started with a piece of 1 inch thick poplar, that measures 11.5 inches wide by 24 inches tall (purchased at Lowe's). 
  2. I painted it all over with several thin layers, starting with blue, then green, then a few spots of brown, then some more green - it sort of gave it a "patina" look.
  3. Next I drew a bunny silhouette (profile).
  4. Next, I took one of my kids' small paint brushes and painted along the lines (and filled in) with white house paint I had in the garage.
  5. Finally, I did a light coat of Minwax Provincial oil stain all over to subdue the colors a bit. 

2 comments:

  1. The quality of paint pigment is stable and the color is not easy to change, which is up to the international detection standard of environmentally friendly materials. We pursue high quality of the painting and precise control of the detail. All paintings are hand-painted oil painting .

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  2. All paintings are hand-painted oil paintings .The quality of paint pigment is stable and the color is not easy to change, which is up to the international detection standard of environmentally friendly materials. We pursue high quality of the painting and precise control of the detail.

    ReplyDelete