Painting an elephant on your own can be a bit of a challenge, but luckily, there are lots of resources available online.

 I have a collection of elephant paintings, some from museums and others from my own travels, and I’ve always been fascinated by the way the animals are depicted.

And, while the painting itself might seem intimidating at first, you can use the tools you have at your disposal to really transform an elephant into a beautiful piece of art.1.

The BasicsFirst, you’ll need to make sure your canvas is painted with water.

If you don’t have any water, you may want to buy a spray bottle and spray your canvas with a bit more water.

Then, you need to find an area where the elephants are going to be located.

I used a large, flat-bottomed, metal bucket, but you could also use a metal table or any other small area you have a good surface area.

Once you’ve identified the elephant area, you want to paint it in a clear acrylic paint.

You’ll want to do this so that the elephant can breathe, so that it’s not completely obscured.

Next, paint the elephants feet with a clear coat of water.

You want to apply it to the ground so that all the elephant’s feet are visible.

The elephant’s mouth should be painted with the same clear coat so that your elephants ears are visible and the nose is visible.

Next, paint some eyes with the clear coat.

Now paint the elephant with a coat of paint.

You’ll want a coat that’s slightly darker than the elephant skin.

Then, you paint some teeth with the paint, and some ears with the eye paint.

And, finally, paint your nose with the nose paint.2.

Painting the Elephant’s FeetThe first thing you’ll want are the elephant feet.

A clear acrylic painting works well for this step.

Just paint the feet with the acrylic paint on a clean, dry, and flat surface.

That way, if you want, you could apply the acrylic coat to the elephant to create some kind of “fuzz” effect.

Don’t worry if the elephant doesn’t move when you paint the surface.

You can use a brush to paint them.

After you’ve finished painting the elephant, you’re going to want to add some sort of “marker” to the feet.

I use a plastic marker.

This helps to give the elephant a little “mark” to remind you that you’re painting the elephants body.

Finally, you are going for a clean finish, so make sure that your painting is finished before you start painting the eyes.

When you’ve painted the elephant head, you will want to remove the eyes and mouth, and paint the ears and nose.

Repeat this process for the rest of the elephant.

In the end, you should have a painting that’s ready to go in your elephant’s trunk.

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Using the Brush To Paint The Elephant’s BodyOnce you have your elephant painted, it’s time to paint the body of the animal.

First, paint any sort of body part that you want the elephant painting to be.

Make sure that the trunk is visible, and that it is in the correct position.

Also, don’t forget to paint any parts of the body that you don�t want painted, such as the trunk.4.

Painting The EyesNext, it is time to start painting your eyes.

The eyes are important to me because I love them, so I paint them on the outside of the head.

Paint the eyes on the side with the eyes, the side that is facing away from you.

Here, you have two choices.

You could paint the eyes all the way around the head, or you can paint them just inside the eyes so that they are visible from the outside.

Or, you might want to leave the eyes to be visible from a distance, and only paint the part of the eye that is visible from that distance.

It really depends on the situation, but I like to leave them in the right position.5.

Painting Other PartsOf the elephant body, you also have a number of other body parts to paint.

This is important because it’s the body parts that make the elephant so unique.

For example, the ears are important for the elephants ears, so paint them all the same color.

You should paint them white, but not too white, so they will blend in with the rest.

Another part that is important to paint is the trunk, which is where you want your elephant to be when he is ready to move.

Paint the trunk with the white acrylic paint, so you can see how it will look when he moves.

Keep painting the trunk until it is white, then move it over to the side where you painted the eyes with your paintbrush.

This will give your elephant a better look