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Downloadable Painting Pattern - Acrylic Single Fuchsia - Sue Pruett, MDA

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Downloadable Painting Pattern - Acrylic Single Fuchsia - Sue Pruett, MDA


How to Paint Fuchsia Flowers


Paint Your Own Fuchsia Designs


Sue Pruett

Have you ever wondered how to paint a fuchsia flower? The colours of this flower are always so inviting, bright and happy pinks, purples and magentas are always fun to work with. Artist Sue Pruett created an easy to follow simple painting pattern to help you create your own designs. This single flower can be dulpicated several times to build a larger mass of flowers.

This ready to download E-packet comes complete with step sheet, line drawing, 10 pages of step by step instruction and eight photos, for any level of painter to paint along with. This is a great pattern to learn how to build a color chain and adjust color for intensity and value.

NOTE: Enlarge the design to fit any size canvas surface. Paint it BIG for a great Color impact. 

Media: DecoArt Traditions Acrylics.
Skill: Beginner/Intermediate
Application: Blending

- Palette: Traditions Artist Acrylics

Hansa Yellow – PY 74

Medium White

Naphthol Red – PR 170

Raw Umber – PBr 7

Titanium White – PW 6

Ultramarine Blue – PB 29

- Traditions Mediums

Glazing Medium

Extender & Blending Medium

Satin Varnish

- Traditions Artist's Brushes

Flat #8 – TB42

3/0 liner – TB33

Filbert #6 – TB41

Filbert #8 – TB42

A little trivia about Fuchsia Flowers

There are over 100 different species of the Fuchsia. Native to South America with a few occurring from Central America, Mexico and New Zealand this flower is considered a shrub and some species can grow as large a tree. The flowers are very decorative pendulous "teardrop" shape, blooming in profusion throughout the summer and autumn. Tropical species can bloom all year long. They have four long, slender, sepals and four shorter, broader, petals; in many species the sepals are bright red and the petals purple colors that attract the hummingbirds that pollinate the flowers. Colors can vary from white to dark red, purple-blue, and orange.



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    Posted by Susan Umlauf on 11th Jan 2013

    Thank you for the beautiful fushia pattern. Cant wait to paint it!

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