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Creating a relief painting with acrylic-paint

Creating a relief painting with acrylic-paint

Making your own relief painting is a great way to play with paint. By applying thick blobs, you create depth and tension in your artwork. A relief painting is a real eye-catcher for your living room or workspace. Challenge yourself and get started with relief painting!

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Unpack the canvas and stretch it onto the frame using the provided wooden bars. Hammer the bars firmly into the slots of the frame to ensure the canvas is taut.
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Prepare the canvas by applying a thin layer of white acrylic paint. Allow it to dry thoroughly.
3
Lay out the set of pastel acrylic paints and arrange the tubes in the order of use. Squeeze a generous drop of the first paint colour onto a palette knife or spatula.
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Position the palette knife in a corner of the canvas, pressing it flat to spread the paint towards the edge, then pull the knife backwards.
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Repeat this process with the next paint colour, creating a "brickwork" pattern.
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Increase the amount of paint with each successive colour, covering the entire canvas from edge to edge.
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Continue repeating these steps until the entire canvas is filled with overlapping paint droplets.
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Gradually reduce the number of paint droplets with each colour towards the end. Keep going until the entire canvas is covered. Then, allow it to dry thoroughly and cure.

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