Hey art lovers! Have you been wondering what your next project will be? Perhaps a beautiful painting made with an unusual technique or unlikely tools? Then this is the perfect video for you! Click play and see all the amazing ideas we have for gorgeous pictures and paintings you can make yourself. They will look stunning hanging from your walls. Now, let’s begin with the trick to paint a pineapple. It will make this task soooo much easier.
Abstract art is great because you can see so many things in it. Make your own abstract painting following the steps in this video. You can use several different things, like empty soda bottles, dustpans, and more. After that, you’ll learn how to make the cutest dandelion painting using a plastic straw. And no art video is complete without a beautiful tree—learn how to paint the leaves and flowers using a hairbrush!
0:34 – Trick to paint a pineapple
2:17 – Abstract painting with balloons
5:39 – Using a dustpan to create abstract art
7:47 – Dandelion painting
12:03 – Tree painting made with hairbrush
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