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Painting Flowers in Acrylic
Painting Flowers in Acrylic
Micah Ganske
Paint a stunning floral still life with ease in this FREE class! Learn how to bring color, composition and technique together to create an acrylic work of art.
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Create remarkably radiant flowers in acrylic with essential color mixing and application techniques. Paint delicate petals, realistic shadows and vibrant highlights.
Lexi Sundell
Lexi Sundell
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Jump-start your artistic journey with step-by-step guidance from blank canvas to acrylic work of art!
Michael Lynne
Michael Lynne
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Learn essential techniques for painting trees in acrylic. Capture the awe-inspiring qualities of every season in forestscapes that transport viewers to tranquility.
Peter John Reid
Peter John Reid

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