Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Splattered Paint on Flowers

This is such an easy technique and add that extra little touch to your flowers instantly. Just use a toothbrush with some acrylic paints or water colours. Apply some acrylic paints to your toothbrush and gentle use your fingers or another medium such as ruler or twizzer and scrape the top section of the toothbrush. Make sure your toothbrush is facing the flower. With a more watery consistent in the paint, you will get bigger splatters. Try this technique in your next project with flowers.

11 comments:

Menabti & TiteBelette said...

HI I m from France
I come from 2-peas and discover your site with so big pleasure....
Your works are so great!!!!
I will come back very often!!!
Tkan you for my eyes!!!

Benga said...

great technique! love those flowers, thanks for sharing!

paulien710 said...

aha...... this looks amazing!!!!! Love it Irene. Thanks for sharing this technique!

StrawberryPia said...

Magnificent work Irene!! This is a technique I want to try out! :) Hugs Pia

Linnny said...

Irene, this is such a simple technique that adds so much ... much thanks!

Tammy said...

I love love love using flowers!!! Thanks for the new technique to spice them up a bit. Can't wait to give this a try on my next flower project!!! Thanks!

nillar said...

Wonderful technique! And I love your sentence: "Make sure your toothbrush is facing the flower." It can get rather messy otherwise, I tink... ;-)

Jocelyn said...

Thanks for that wonderful idea. I love the look of the splattered paint on the flowers. Your work amazes me and I wish I had on e quarter of your talent!

rachelk said...

wow,awesome idea irene, im always staring at your flowers wondering "how does she do it"? TFS, wonderful idea!

Luiza said...

I just tried this with some silver paint in a dark red flower. I loved it. Thank you so much!!!I also tried in pattern paper too, to make it a little different. Very cool!

chrisw said...

From Western Australia,Your work is truly magnificent and inspirational,thankyou

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