splatter butterfly | Acrylic painting for beginners | #clive5art

Today join me for a fun splatter and blow painting for all the family to try get the kids involved for a fun time In this Acrylic painting for beginners, lesson#CLIVE5ART

Paints used in this Lesson:



Brushes Used

Detail Brushes
No 2 4 6 8


Roll of Kitchen Paper Towel
Cup of Welsh Brew Tea
Canvas Conversions Cm to Inches

19cm x 12½cm = 7.5″ x 5″
20cm x 15cm = 8″ x 6″
23cm x 15cm = 9″ x 6″
25cm x 17.5cm = 10″ x 7″
25cm x 20cm = 10″ x 8″
30cm x 20cm = 12″ x 8″
30cm x 25cm = 12″ x 10″
38cm x 25cm = 15″ x 10″
41cm x 30.5cm = 16″x12″
45cm x 30.5cm = 18″x12″
51cm x 41cm = 20″x16″
76cm x 51cm = 30″ x 20″

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Kathy nln says:

…or used canned air!

Ros Jones says:

breathtaking :)

Carolyn Riddle says:

What a fun little painting. I think I'l try this with colored paper — maybe cream or pale yellow.

reikibee says:

really pretty little painting.. so many different things we could do with that technique… has my mind racing now..mm .. thank you for sharing this great idea…

Barie Brewer says:

Loved this. Can't wait to try it with my grandsons!

Lucy Markey says:

make sure teeth are firmly secured before blowing lol

Peggy Bacher says:

Thanks so much for all of your great videos Clive. I am learning so much from your tutorials. Your sense of humour makes them fun to watch as well! can you please tell me which video has you speaking about tracing paintings onto a piece of glass with marker for practicing perspective and drawing buildings? Again, thanks for all you do :)

chamoussette74 says:

I love it and it's an excellent exercise for your breath. Sorry for my bad english i am franchement. Thanks

Rich Boden says:

+clive5art I love your videos and I've done a lot of your exercises – I have dabbled with acrylics on and off for 20 years but also work in watercolour, gouache and mixed-media but never oil. What I wanted to ask you: the oil-painter Leonid Afremov's work amazes me and I'd like to try adapting his methods into acrylic – any suggestions for keeping the colours as alive and as vivid as he does? He literally applies unmixed colour with a palette knife to the canvas and notes you can't get the same effect if any of it dries so for us we would need a drying retarder added in. Any thoughts on a colour palette that would give those vivid colours? I played about with process primaries and that worked ok but they don't sit well with non-process colours and as soon as you start mixing, you loose some of the screaming brightness. I'd love to pain in such vibrancy but don't want to tackle oils. Would value your thoughts.

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