DIY Flower tree painting with oil pastels

Share

Sakura flowers blushing about in the cold wind of the night, with the backdrop of a full moon is as ‘anime’ as you can get, when it comes to painting! Sakura or cherry blossoms symbolize life, death and rebirth because they bloom only during a short amount of time during a year.

Here is a DIY cherry blossom painting idea from the world of anime that you can make by painting with oil pastels.

What you will need:
Smooth paper
Camlin Oil Pastels
Tissue paper
Camlin Pencil
Graphite Pencil
Paper tape
Masking tape
Camlin correction pen
White glass marking pencil

Step 1:
Take the masking tape and a smooth paper for the step one.

https://bit.ly/2unf83s

Step2:

Stick the tape on the paper as shown below.

https://bit.ly/2unf83s

Stick three thin tapes across the paper as shown in the picture below.

https://bit.ly/2unf83s

Step 3:

Next you will be painting the background of the painting within each of the four sections using a pair of two crayons each. Start using two shades of green, followed by blue, pink and yellow.

https://bit.ly/2unf83s
https://bit.ly/2unf83s
https://bit.ly/2unf83s
https://bit.ly/2unf83s

Step 4:

Using a fresh tissue paper for each section, blend the two colours in each of the four sections.

https://bit.ly/2unf83s

Step 5:

Using a graphite pencil sketch the tree.

https://bit.ly/2unf83s

Step 6:

Once you are done with sketching the tree, paint the flowers using a white correction pen.

https://bit.ly/2unf83s

Step 7:

Next paint the stars through dots using the white correction pen.

https://bit.ly/2unf83s

Step 8:

Using the graphite pencil, draw the branches. Next, use the white crayon, paint the full moon in the blue section.

https://bit.ly/2unf83s

Step 9:

Now, take the tape off carefully.

https://bit.ly/2unf83s

Step 12:

Using a scale and a pencil, outline the alternate edge of every section and sketch some shadows around the edges.

https://bit.ly/2unf83s

Once you are done adding the shadow effect, your painting is ready.

https://bit.ly/2unf83s

Did you enjoy painting cherry blossoms with Camlin oil pastels with us? Do let us know in the comments below.

Related posts:

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *