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30 July, 2019
Fairy tales have been a part of our life since childhood. These stories help us wander into the imaginary forests of the ‘fairy folk’ and wonder about the mysteries that surround these magical creatures. A painting of fairies and flowers makes for a beautiful picture!
Here is an art project of fairy painting that will take you back to those childhood memories.

What you will need:

Step 1: Clean start

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Before you start working on your fairy, begin by cleaning the statue with a clean cloth.

Step 2: Filing

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If the cloth has not cleaned the statue sufficiently, then you can clear it up with a hobby knife. Look out for moulding defects.

Step 3: Priming

Apply a coat of primer all over the statue to ensure the durability of the applied paint.

Step 4: Painting the wings

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Tune in to your imagination or search for a fairy image online for colouring options. Finalize the acrylic colours to paint your fairy to life. If you want to blend, be quick to paint over the colours you applied earlier.

Step 5: Get the details right

What you will need: Image Source: https://bit.ly/2GdfRam
What you will need: Image Source: https://bit.ly/2GdfRam
What you will need: Image Source: https://bit.ly/2GdfRam
What you will need: Image Source: https://bit.ly/2GdfRam
Once the paint has dried, your statue is ready to be displayed!
Make sure to use a fine brush to get the details like eyes, hair, leaves, grass, roses and hands right. You can also use the same brush to paint designs on the wings.
Now you know that canvases are not the only thing you can use your acrylic colours to paint on. Camel Artist Acrylic Colours provides vibrant shades that can bring any art to life!

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