Creating Line Art on Wood

02/04/2021

"Draw inspiration from the line art trend and create minimalist paintings with Decocreme paints and an Acrylic Marker!" 

Materials : 

  •  Deco Matt Mango Yellow no. 081 , Grey no. 054  ,  Navy Blue no. 079 , Matt White no. 041 
  • Square 3D Art Panel frame 40x40 cm (ref: 777953)
  • 1 x 1.2 mm Acrylic Marker Black (ref: 201436)
  • 1 Flat Golden Polyamide Iris Brush no. 8 (ref: 7451-08)
  • 1 Flat Golden Polyamide Iris Brush no. 12 (ref: 7451-12)
  • 1 Flat Golden Polyamide Iris Brush no. 12 (ref: 7451-12)
  • Sheet of tracing paper, Rule,  Roll of masking tape
  • Pencil, Template 

Difficulty Level 

  • Drying time : 6 hours
  • Time of realization : 2 hours
  • Difficulty : Easy

  • Place the Art Panel frame with the wood side up. Using your template, draw a square in the centre of the frame.

  • Place tape around the border of the square. Apply 2 strips to properly protect the rest of the frame.

  • Using the roller, paint the inside of the square white. Apply several coats to ensure it is properly opaque.
  • Remove the tape directly and leave to dry for 3 hours.

  • Once the paint is completely dry, place some tape around the border of the white square and on the inside edge of the frame.

  • Using the Iris brush no. 12, apply the blue over the entire remaining surface of the base. Apply 2 coats. Remove the tape and leave to dry for 2 hours.

  • Copy the template onto the tracing paper. Then transfer the circles onto your white background first.

  • Using the Iris brush no. 8, apply the grey carefully inside the circle. Then apply the Yellow. Leave to dry for 1 hour.

  • Then transfer the two faces . Go over the lines with your Black Acrylic Marker.

 

 

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