In today’s acrylic painting tutorial we paint a camp fire on the beach. This calm seascape painting lesson is done in real time and will cover the step by step process of how to paint fire, water, burning wood and lots of sparks. You can find the colors I used for this palette listed below in the description.
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Cerulean Blue, Mars Black, Titanium White, Cadmium Red Light Hue, Cadmium Yellow Dark Hue
¼” round pointed brush, 1/8” round pointed brush, ½” flat headed brush, ½” flat headed brush, 1” flat headed brush
Those specific sizes and brushes aren’t require, you can use other options. They are just what I preferred to use in the moment.
9X12 inch canvas, A small dish for water, Paper towel for excess paint