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Friday, 4 May 2018

Unicorn painting

Hi there crafty friends, today I'd like to share a painting I've just finished. I know its not a masterpiece, I'm just learning, but my Aunt asked me to paint a unicorn for her grandaughters bedroom and this is the first one.  I just love unicorns, so I'm going to paint a few and let her choose the one she likes the best. Her room is mainly blues and greys and she said she would like muted tones, so I think this should fit in.
I used paints from Indigblu, matte and metallic, with the addition of Slap it on to help blend the colours, on a 50cm x 40cm canvas.

Here's step by step pictures from start to finish

Thanks for looking, please feel free to comment any constructive criticism. I am self taught so always thankful for any painting tips and techniques.

We love 2 create - #7 anything goes

Simply create too - #138 anything but a card

As you like it challenge - Favourite animal and why 
( I love horses, fantasy and anything magical, so it has to be a unicorn.)

C.R.A.F.T challenge - colour combo

Simon says stamp Wednesday challenge -Animal Magic ( I hope this is allowed as I havent used a stamp)

Hugs Sue x 


Karin Ã…kesdotter said...

WOW - this is so beautiful and it was fantastic to get to see how you made it from start to finish! LOVE it! Thank you so much for playing along with us at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge! /Karin

Brenda said...

Wonderful! Loved seeing your process. Thanks so much for joining us at AYLI Challenge!

Brenda said...

Visiting now on behalf of CRAFT Challenge. Still think this is beautiful! Thanks so much for joining us at CRAFT Challenge!

Birgit said...

Wow! For someone being self taught, you captured the magic of the unicorn. It looks 3D with all the layering especially of the mane. I love the soft colours used and can almost feel the softness of the unicorn's neck. I see no reason why this is not allowed. Stunning work!

Furrbster said...

This is stunning!!

Hugz Tinz

Zw@@n said...

Wow, it's stunning. I love the colours. Thank you for joining us at As You Like It. Luv, Wilma

Debbie Dickson said...

Amazing! I love the way you show how you've built up the image too. Thank you for joining the CRAFT challenge this week.

Erica said...

What talent you have displayed. I especially like how you've captured the eyes.
Thanks for playing along with the Simply Create Too DT in our challenge no. 138, Anything but a Card. Join us again soon.

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