Happily hopping into autumn with sunflowers and grapes.....!
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Turn new or existing pottery/porcelain into decorative fall items.

27-08-2021, 12:00

Can/Vase with sunflowers
What to use:
Pebéo Porcelaine 150, used  colours: Petals: Lemon yellow No.: 24001 and Marseille yellow No.: 24002. Brown heart: Red No.: 24006, Bronze green No.: 24028, Black No.: 24042 mix. Petals: Olive green 24027. 

White No.: 24043 is nice for a shine on the petals and Thinner Medium. No.: 38004 is a medium to make the paint slightly more transparent.

How to do:

Degrease the pottery with alcohol ketonatus. Draw a sunflower with transfer paper or create your own flowers. On round shapes it is easier to draw yourself.
Use a round brush to paint the flowers in thin layers (last layer may be slightly thicker), until the desired result is achieved. The arrows indicate the painting direction.

Make sure that everything is dry (blow-dried) between all layers.

With a little brown the leaves can be made a little darker here and there and with white and a little yellow you can make a nice shine again.

Mix the colors red, green and black until a nice dark brown color is obtained. Paint (dab) one shadow side and one slightly lighter side in the flower center. This also applies to multiple layers. The green petals are not the main thing, so they can be made more transparent with the thinner medium.

Allow the paintwork to dry thoroughly for at least 24 hours. Then bake in a household oven for 40 minutes at 150 degrees. You can wash dishes, but preferably not in the dishwasher.

Can/Vase with bunch of grapes
What to use:

Alcohol Ketonatus 96%No. 365, round brush,
Pebéo Porcelaine 150 colours: No.: 24012 Estruscan Red, No.: 24016 Lapis,No.: 24042 Black,42No.: 24043 White. No.: 38004 Thinner Medium

How to do:
First practice on a tile or something made of earthenware. It is always possible to clean under the tap again.
The objects to be painted can best be degreased with alcohol ketonatus 96%.
Put the first three colors of red, blue and black on a palette and mix it together (but not completely).
This way you get some color difference with dipping your finger, which also gives a painted (with your finger) bunch of grapes   a natural effect.
Start in the middle of a bunch. Put your finger with paint on the pottery and make (barely) a circular movement with your finger.
You can repeat this a few times in succession with the same finger until the paint no longer transfers.
Dip  again, test for a while, and move on. Mix the grapes a bit lightly, so not exactly in a row and just a few here and there on the outside.
When the bunch is to your liking you can draw some stems with a brush, some thinner medium and the paint.
With white paint you can later on paint a gloss on the grapes here and there, but all on the same side of the grapes.

Have fun!

Necessities: Can/Vase with sunflowers

930015300

Brush Set

ViVa Decor

930015300 - Brush Round

431201

Alcohol

Kippers

365 - Alcohol ketonatus 96

024-001

Porcelaine 150 Glossy

Pebeo

24001 - Citrine

024-002

Porcelaine 150 Glossy

Pebeo

24002 - Marseille Yellow

024-006

Porcelaine 150 Glossy

Pebeo

24006 - Scarlet

024-027

Porcelaine 150 Glossy

Pebeo

24027 - Olivine

024-028

Porcelaine 150 Glossy

Pebeo

24028 - Bronze

024-042

Porcelaine 150 Glossy

Pebeo

24042 - Anthracite

024-043

Porcelaine 150 Glossy

Pebeo

24043 - Ivory

038004

Porcelaine 150 Mediums

Pebeo

38004 - Diluant Medium

Necessities: Can/Vase with grapes

024-016

Porcelaine 150 Glossy

Pebeo

24016 - Lapis

024-012

Porcelaine 150 Glossy

Pebeo

24012 - Estruscan Red

Gift Tip!

13315020

Napkins 33x33cm

Ambiente

13315020 - Sunny Flowers cream

13715020

Accessories Tray

Ambiente

13715020 - Sunny Flowers cream

17815020

Accessories Kitchen Towel

Ambiente

17815020 - Sunny Flowers cream
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