Easy canvas painting is one of those things you can do without a brush, and if you have a few spare hours you can actually paint something nice on your own.

But the process isn’t for everyone.

So, here’s how to make your own beautiful, fun, and functional canvas painting.

1.

Select a painting surface You’ll want to choose a painting medium to paint on.

There are several different options to choose from, such as a paintable surface, an acrylic surface, or a clay or metal surface.

Some materials are more flexible than others, so choose wisely.

If you’re unsure about which material to choose, you can check out this tutorial.

2.

Paint the canvas Once you’ve chosen your paint medium, you’ll need to paint the canvas.

Here’s how it works: A small, round blob of paint will sit on the canvas, and when you’re done it’ll turn into a nice, flat, and sturdy canvas.

You can then apply a few different colors to it, or add more to it with a little bit of elbow grease.

Once you’re happy with the color, you just need to add some shading.

3.

Add shading You’ll need some kind of shading.

Some painting materials allow you to use just one brush to paint a single part of your canvas, but some materials, like acrylic paints, allow you the option to add multiple brushes to paint any part of the canvas you want.

Here are some examples of shading you can add to a canvas.

If your canvas is a solid colored object, you might want to add a bit of white to the canvas as well.

If it’s just a bunch of little circles or lines, use a brush to apply some sort of gradient to the entire canvas.

And of course, the shading you add will help make the painting look better.

4.

Paint in your canvas After you’ve painted your canvas and applied shading, you need to apply your paint.

If all you’re painting is the part you’re interested in, you’re good to go.

If the whole canvas is covered in paint, you have to wait until you’ve finished painting before you can paint on the whole thing again.

Here is how to paint an entire canvas in one click.

You’ll probably want to wait for a bit before painting your entire canvas, so that the entire painting isn’t completely dry.

Then you can repeat the process until all the paint is gone.

To make the whole painting easier to work with, you could also use a spray bottle or a paint brush to spray a little of the paint onto the canvas to add shading and a bit more depth.

5.

Apply a few coats of shading and gradient When your canvas has been painted in, the last thing you want to do is leave it completely dry!

Instead, you want it to be ready to paint at some point in the future, so you’ll want some shading and some gradient applied to the whole surface.

Here we have two examples of the two techniques we mentioned above.

The first one, which we’re using to add more shading to the part of our canvas that we’re painting, is a bit different.

This one uses a little paint brush instead of a paintbrush.

If that’s not enough, you may want to apply a small amount of watercolor or charcoal to the surface you’re applying the shading.

After you apply the shading and the gradient, you will have a painting that looks like this.

And if you look closely at the shading, it’s actually more of a blackened black than a bright white.

Here you can see that the gradient has a more yellow-ish tint, and the lighter, lighter part of that yellow-colored part is the gradient.

If this is your first time using a brush on a painting, you probably don’t have a lot of experience with it, so this one may not be for you.

Here, we have a bit darker gradient applied.

The next technique we’re going to use is the one that adds a bit to the color.

Here it is with a brush applied to both the shading area and the painting itself.

Again, this technique is different, so check out our tutorial for more details on the different techniques you can use.

Here again, you’ve got to wait a bit between applying the first brush and the last brush before you start painting.

Once the shading is complete, you should have a very dark, almost black-looking paint that looks great on your canvas.

6.

Apply your gradient If you’ve used the other two techniques described above, the gradient will have slightly more yellow tint than the first technique.

This is a good sign.

You’ve added some shading to your canvas with a small brush.

Now you want some gradient to add to that effect.

To add a gradient to your paint, apply it with the brush you applied the first time you used a brush.

If no gradient is visible on your painting surface, then it’s probably not a good idea to apply any