For this painting I used neon acrylic paints from Daler-Rowney from the Simply series. I had them lying in my drawer for a long time and thought that they are just right for a new floral painting. And again they are poppies. Unfortunately, the neon paints are very fluid and transparent, which is why I had to apply several layers. And then they were way too glaring for me, and I’ve added more shade and texture to the petals than I had previously planned. Furthermore, I had previously tested the additional glow paint and was not satisfied. That’s why I did not use it for the picture. For the background I have used the alcohol technique and find that it fits well with the neon poppies. In between, I applied a layer of acrylic binder twice to preserve the applied layers. Overall, I am quite satisfied with the result, but I will not use these neon paints anymore. Doreen.

 

There is also another channel, where I show coloring videos.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJigxhv5cTSdR5HJVG-nqIw

 

Materials:

– canvas by ProArt 30 x 60 cm

– watercolor pencil in White by Faber-Castell

– neon acrylic paints by Daler-Rowney from the series Simply

– acrylic paint in Mars Black by Reeves

– acrylic paint in White by Amsterdam from the series Expert

– alcohol, water spray bottle

– brushes by Crelando filbert No. 10, flat No. 2

– brush by Bomega round No. 5/0

 

Credits:

Video production – Doreen Gehrke

Music – Drops Of H2O (The Filtered Water Treatment) by J. Lang; (c) 2012 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/djlang59/37792 Ft: Airtone

 

https://youtu.be/3r6HvvrOwFA