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To begin your brave, intuitive painting journey
with the techniques shown in this book, you
will want to have some basic tools on hand: a
surface to paint on (canvas, paper, or panel),
acrylic paint, a palette, foam brushes, small
bristle brushes, your fingers, rags, “etchers,”
“stampers,” and a spray bottle. I’ll provide
many prompts for each tool presented here,
but keep in mind that this is just a starting
point; there is no formula. Look around your
house, your yard, and your community with
an open mind. What else can you use as a
painting tool, and how many different ways
can you use this tool? Continuing to add tools
and techniques to your repertoire will allow
you to find and express your unique painting
style with more of your own personal flair.
tools
and
proMpts
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Be Bold: working with wild abandon and committing to your aliveness
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Basic Tool List
Canvas, paper, or panel
Acrylic paint
Palette
Foam brushes
Small bristle brushes
Fingers
Rags
Etchers
Stampers
Spray bottles
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To begin your brave, intuitive painting journey
with the techniques shown in this book, you
will want to have some basic tools on hand: a
surface to paint on (canvas, paper, or panel),
acrylic paint, a palette, foam brushes, small
bristle brushes, your fingers, rags, “etchers,”
“stampers,” and a spray bottle. I’ll provide
many prompts for each tool presented here,
but keep in mind that this is just a starting
point; there is no formula. Look around your
house, your yard, and your community with
an open mind. What else can you use as a
painting tool, and how many different ways
can you use this tool? Continuing to add tools
and techniques to your repertoire will allow
you to find and express your unique painting
style with more of your own personal flair.
tools
and
proMpts
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Be Bold: working with wild abandon and committing to your aliveness
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Basic Tool List
Canvas, paper, or panel
Acrylic paint
Palette
Foam brushes
Small bristle brushes
Fingers
Rags
Etchers
Stampers
Spray bottles
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