How to color a canvas



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I started with a 6x6 canvas, my Art Anthology Velvets, Viva Las VegaStamps and other supplies listed on the supply list.

I stamped with archival ink randomly with the Writing Background stamp and stamped the diver where I wanted my biggest bubble.

I used different sized silicone circle masks randomly on the canvas with the largest one over the diver. The I used the Fiji Velvet and mixed with gesso to create an ombre effect.

With a palette knife I started with the darkest on the bottom and spread the color over the entire canvas.

Peel off the masks carefully and dry completely.

I stamped the Seahorse three times on the canvas, off the edges in some and near the edge.

With the circle stencil I added some Aloha right above the diver to create bubbles.

I traced a few circles and painted with Limeaid. I also did the same with the Lagoon, overlapping some.

I mixed the Fiesta and Lemon Tart to create a coral color for the Um Wow Studio Chip board seahorse and starfish.

I dabbed a thin layer of gesso before I added the color.

I did the same to the other UWS chip bits, seaweed with Lime aid and Lagoon and fish confetti with Lemon Tart.

I added some gesso bubbles and finshed off all of the circles by outlining them with the Stabilo pencil.


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