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FAS Fastex fabric Ink Pillowcase Sunflower Painting

FAS Fastex fabric Ink Pillowcase Sunflower Painting
Painted by Rachel Woo - Shanghai
How to paint a colourful sunflower on a white pillow case.

I used FAS Fastex textile ink to paint this pillowcase, the paint is smooth, and the color is bright. Coverage, high degree of coloration.
I used a white pillowcase and in the middle of the pillowcase I put a thick cardboard to protect my painting area.
I used light yellow to compose the picture first and confirm the position of the picture. It can also be expressed with a light oil pastel.
With Fastex I added yellow to the red (recommended colour does not need to mix thoroughly) to express the end of the flower, use a pointed brush to sweep from bottom to top, the color of the stroke does not need to be cleaned, which will make the picture more colorful.
In the same way, the tip of the flower sweeps from top to bottom, showing the original color of the petals and the color of the light source.
The flower is expressed in dark pigments. It can be red a…

Auckland Artist Paint Amazing artworks with School Tempera Paint

James Edwards:

Auckland artist James Edwards  paints amazing artworks with a
FAS Super Tempera School.

Click here for more images and interview with James.

James Edwards

James Edwards Paints with Super Tempera:

Learn how to paint colourful flowers with FAS Student Acrylic Paint

Learn how to paint colourful flowers with FAS Student Acrylic Paint.
Get amazing professional artist results with this simple painting technique.
You will need a good quality acrylic art paint, a range of colours including white. Two to three clean flat brushes but remember to slightly dampen the brushes before you start to paint.
Painted by WOWart Learning - Singapore
FAS Student Acrylic Paint:
FAS Paints – New Zealand

Draw and Paint with a Sharpie Marker and FAS Painting Dye

You will need
•Waterproof Black Sharpie Markers (or any waterproof markers)
•FAS Painting Dyes and Fine Brushes.

Draw a picture using the black Sharpie markers. 

Using the markers enables the children to add lots of fine details to their drawings. 

The picture is then coloured with FAS Painting Dyes. 

It doesn’t matter if the dye runs together or the lines are gone over. This gives a nice watercolour effect and the black lines always stay visible. More details can be added after the dye has dried. The process can also be done in reverse with the dying done first.

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