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E-PAINTING PATTERN - The Golden Seahorse - Acrylic - By Artist Gaby Hunter

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The Golden Seahorse by artist Gaby Hunter

A Downloadable Painting Pattern - 'The Golden Seahorse' - Acrylic Paint Media

by Artist Gaby Hunter

This painting pattern's subject is unique. The Golden Seahorse is a true beauty to behold. If you love undersea creatures, Gaby is sure you'll enjoy painting this handsome fellow.

Creating the details and textural surface and learning to work with Yellow hues can present challenges.

Gaby shares with you how she has preserved the brilliance of the yellow hues while creating the true form of the seahorse. Discover how she did this.

There is so much to learn when following her written instructions and step photos. 

This lesson comes complete with line drawing, step photos and written painting instruction to follow along with. Its time to try your hand at painting something unique! 

Canvas size 8 x 10 

Palette:  DecoArt Traditions Artist Acrylics

Prussian Blue Hue

Phthalo Blue PB15:3

Ultramarine Blue PB29

Aquamarine Blue

Hansa Yellow Medium PY73

Hansa Yellow PY74

Raw Sienna (PBr 7)

Yellow Deep

Yellow Oxide PY42

Quinacridone Gold (P048)

Burnt Sienna PBr7

Medium White

Titanium White PW6

Note:  Use a wet palette to store your paints

Mediums:  DecoArt Traditions Artist Acrylics

Extender and Blending Medium DATM02
Satin Varnish DATM04

Glazing Medium DATM01


Brushes:  DecoArt Traditions

Soft White Mop TB121 optional

Blender Mop TB111
Large Oval TB51

Filbert Size 8 or 10


Round #3 TB21
Kolinsky #3 or Liner


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  • 4
    Another delightful ocean themed pattern.

    Posted by Kathy Dougherty on 4th Aug 2015

    I find it difficult to review a product I have yet to paint. It looks good. I downloaded it and printed it and the pattern portions and instructions are only 4 x 5". I have to enlarge them to a readable size, which uses up lots of coloured ink. I couldn't find anywhere that would allow me to enlarge them before printing them and do not recall this happening with patterns in the past. I have reviewed the pattern instructions and tips and look forward to actually doing the painting. The tips will be especially helpful.

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