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"Rustic Cross" Design Variation

Posted on: February 28th, 2018

 

Switching up the color palette on Social Artworking Designs is simple. We've swapped the original Rustic Cross color palette for this brighter one on this design variation. This color palette is perfect for spring and Easter decor! 

Note: You must purchase the original pattern to complete this design variation.

 

Name of piece: Rustic Cross

Approximate working time: 2.5 hours

Number of Social Artworking colors needed: 7

Number of Social Artworking brushes needed: 3

 

Social Artworking Colors Used:                                

Titanium White

Phthalo Green

Phthalo Red

Ultramarine Blue

Violet

Burnt Umber

Metallic Gold

 

TRANSFER PATTERN: 
Follow the same instructions as in original painting.

FOR STEP ONE:
Use this mixture – 6 parts Titanium White + 1 part Ultramarine Blue.

STEP TWO:
Follow the same instructions as in original painting.

TRANSFER PATTERN: 
Follow the same instructions as in original painting.

FOR STEP THREE:
Use Metallic Gold.

 

FOR STEP FOUR:
For bullet one – use Phthalo Green in place of Burnt Umber and Burnt Sienna.
Complete bullet two as directed in original painting instructions.

FOR STEP FIVE:
Use this mixture – 4 parts Titanium White + 1 part Phthalo Red.


FOR STEP SIX:
For bullet one – use this mixture: 4 parts Titanium White + 1 part Violet.
Complete bullet two as directed in original painting instructions.

FOR STEP SEVEN:
For bullet one – use this mixture: 1 part Metallic Gold + 1 part Violet.
For bullet two – use mixture from bullet one.

 

Comments:

What do you mean by mixing 1 part and 4 part?

Blondie D Wesley

March 15, 2018

Re: Blondie Hey Blondie, In Step 6: Mixing 1:4 means that you want 4 times as much White as you want Violet. In Step 7: You want 1:1 which means equal amounts of gold & violet. Good luck! Annaleah

Anna K

April 21, 2018

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