Wave Acrylic Painting- time lapse video and tips

I was little hesitant to try this painting, but I am glad I did give it a try.

This painting was a bit time consuming and complex too, but I managed to complete it 😀

Tip1:

While painting, if you feel the highlights for the water detail has become too bright, you can just glaze over it with the appropriate shade of color. 

Here is a picture of the finished painting.

Sea Wave - acrylic painting
Wave acrylic painting

 

I also have a time lapse video uploaded on my youtube channel. Please watch, like, share, subscribe and let me know what you think in the comments section 😊 

 

 

 

I found new jars for the water to clean my brushes.. yay!!.. They are old pickle jars.

I saw this tip on youtube (check this video by Kristy, for more details;time timestamp 4:30 to 5:10) to use two jars of water to keep the brush clean and to have clear water to mix with paint if you need it. I used this approach this time .

Tip2: Use two jars of water

 

 

 

Here are some pics I took while painting. I also managed to paint a tree with the leftover paints 🙂

 

Tip3: When you finish painting for the day and still have a lot of paint left on the pallet, Keep the pallet inside a ziplock bag (I mean airtight bag/container) to save the remaining paint for next day. 

That’s it for today.Thanks for reading my Blog. Hope you liked it.

Which tip did you find most helpful?Let me know in the comments section.

-ArtbyGanga

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