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"Hunny Bunny" Design Variation

Posted on: March 26th, 2019

This little bunny wants to play peek-a-boo! Her simple design and customizability make her ideal for younger painters and seasoned painters alike. This design variation is perfect for the Easter season! The original hearts were swapped out with Easter eggs painted with a perfect spring color palette. 

 

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

 

Name of piece: Hunny Bunny

Approximate working time: 1 hour and 30 minutes

Number of Social Artworking colors needed: 7

Number of Social Artworking brushes needed: 3

 

Social Artworking Colors Used:

Titanium White

Phthalo Green

Mars Black

Phthalo Red

Cobalt Blue

Violet

Chrome Yellow

 

Social Artworking Brushes Used:

¾” Flat

No. 2 Round

No. 12 Bright

 

Other Social Artworking Supplies Needed:

12” x 12” Social Artworking canvas, water basin, palette, stylus or pen, grey transfer paper, Social Artworking Marker 

 

Instructions:

TRANSFER PATTERN

Transfer original pattern plus cut-out egg shape (below) multiple times. Refer to photo. 

STEP ONE

Follow the original instructions. 

STEP TWO

Follow the original instructions. 

REVISED STEP THREE

Use No. 2 Round Brush and Titanium White to paint randomly-sized circles in background, following diagonal. See photo. Rinse Brush. Let dry. 

STEP FOUR

Follow the original instructions. Also, outline eggs. 

STEP FIVE

Follow the original instructions.

REVISED STEP SIX

Individually mix (1) part of the following colors with (3) parts of Titanium White to make pastels: Chrome Yellow, Violet, Phthalo Green, and Cobalt Blue. 

Add a touch of Phthalo Green to the Cobalt Blue pastel mix. 

Paint the eggs in their respective colors. See photo.

ADDED STEP SEVEN

Use remaining pastel colors to decorate Easter eggs. 

Use No. 2 Round Brush and Titanium White to paint highlights in eyes. See photo. Rinse brush. 

Go back over and clean up black lines with the Social Artworking Marker. 

Let us know what you think in the comments below! 

Comments:

Hi do you guys do kids partys?

Jessica guevara

April 13, 2019

Hi Jessica - We do have a whole line of Junior Social Artworking designs that are perfect for beginner painters. So you can totally throw your own Social Artworking party for kids or you can find a consultant near you to throw it for you.

Social Artworking

April 18, 2019

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