Hey art lovers! Do you need a new video with ideas to inspire you to start creating beautiful artwork? You’ve come to the right place. You don’t have to be an expert to make art, and today we’ll show you a few ideas you can replicate to begin your art journey. You’ll learn easy painting techniques as well as hacks to create gorgeous images using unexpected objects. First, we’ll show you an easy way to draw a dog using a pair of scissors.
Then, we’ll teach you how to paint a beautiful wave using several colors. Repeat the simple steps on your own and watch as the artwork comes to life little by little. Take some oil pastels and body oil to draw gorgeous flowers in different colors. Do you want to paint a butterfly with a unique wing pattern? Don’t miss out on our butterfly painting tutorial. Finally, bubble wrap can help you paint the most mesmerizing tree!
2:15 – Using scissors to draw a dog
3:51 – Wave painting
6:27 – Using body oil on a flower painting
8:24 – Butterfly painting
10:20 – Using bubble wrap to paint a tree
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