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Modern Painting


Modern painting comes in many essences in which some appear to be quite simple but why others seem nothing more than the muddled spills of a child left unattended. For experts modern art paintings reveal the soul of the painter or make a statement on the artist vision of humanity. Faking your own modern painting saves money and just requires a little know how. There are various instructions which are to be followed:-

 

Firstly, decide what style of painting you wish to generate. Geometrical shapes arranged across a canvas are simple; painting people or landscapes requires training and skill. Paint splash is more difficult than it looks but with a little practice, you can add considerable color to a room this way. Start geometric paintings by tracing shapes directly on the canvas. Parallel lines are simple way to start with colors and shade variations across the canvas, customized to the homes decor. Add circles and squares of different sizes to add dimension.

 

Then after, place a huge canvas on the floor of the garage or other area you dont mind spilling paint. Splatter the paint onto the canvas using various colors and application methods. Imagine the canvas becoming a structured collection of interwoven disorder. The main trick is to control the application and control the amount of paint on the canvas. Each stroke fits into the whole and despite the appearance, precision is desirable.

 

Lastly, include paper like newspaper cuttings into the picture or add small objects like string or beads. Then turn a flat canvas into a 3D painting so as to add depth with objects that contrast the colors and shapes in the paint. Personalize the work with items that have special meaning to you and paint around them .Thus it create a masterpiece for the living room.


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Modern painting comes in many essences in which some appear to be quite simple but why others seem nothing more than the muddled spills of a child left unattended.