FAQ to Create Splattered Paint Flower Art

How to create splattered paint flower art continues to be my most popular post. Over time many of you have asked great questions about how I create my splattered paint flower art.  Here are some of the FAQ and my answers to help you with your own art.

Create a splattered paint flower garden-no drawing required-myflowerjournal.com (2)What kind of brush do I use? I use a Winsor Newton Lexington II Brush, Size 4 round. I have tried lots of different brushes and this brush works the best for me. It needs to be a bristle brush that you would use with acrylics or oils. A soft brush, like a watercolor brush doesn’t splatter the acrylic paint as well. I photographed it next to a pencil so you could see the comparison in size.My favorite brush and the paint I use to create splattered paint flower art is found in this post of FAQ on myflowerjournal.com

How do I create the long grass like splatters?  I think the paint you choose makes the biggest difference. It does not work to use acrylic paint from a tube. Fluid acrylic paint works the best. If it is getting a little old and a little thick it won’t work as well. I have used a lot of different brands of fluid acrylic paints: inexpensive ones and the more expensive Golden Fluid Acrylics. I really like the Martha Stewart Satin Paints. They are good quality and work well on a variety of surfaces. I like to use intense colors I can mix with white to get different shades. The white in this brand is called Wedding Cake. The other colors I use are: Chamomile, Pollen, Marmalade, Habanero, Party Streamer, Plum, Purple Yam, Blue Violet, Rock Candy Blue, Peacock Feather, Green Curry, Green Olive, Seaweed, Chestnut Brown. They sell some sets on Amazon. This set has lots of bright colors, including Party Streamer, Pollen, Habanero, Green Curry, Chestnut Brown, Wedding Cake and others that would work well for flower art if you don’t want to buy the separate colors. Splattered Paint Flower Art created with Martha Stewart Satin Acrylic Paint-myflowerjournalThe Martha Stewart Satin Acrylic Paint Colors I use for my Splattered Flower Art from myflowerjournal

 

 

Golden Fluid Acrylic Paints work well for Splatter Painting-myflowerjournal I love Golden Fluid Acrylic paints! They cost a little more, but come in such beautiful rich colors. Sometimes I use them combined with the Martha Stewart brand in the same painting. You might want to start with this basic set on Amazon and gradually add more colors. This set has one of my favorite flower colors: Quinacridone Magenta. You might want to get Green Gold for the grass/stem splatters.

To see art I created with only Golden Fluid Acrylics go here.

I had my daughter video me doing some paint splatters. It is a very short simple video (no sound), but will help you see how I splatter the paint. It also shows how I keep the splatters from getting all over my work area. I have some tips for easy clean up here .

I keep finding more ways to use my splattered paint flower art. Some the ideas I’ve shared are shown below.Splatter Painting from a different angle-myflowerjournalSplatter Painting From a Different AngleSplattered Paint Flower Garden Cards-myflowerjournal (1)

Splattered Paint Flower Cards

Splattered Paint Flower Art Ideas -Sunset-myflowerjournal.comMore spattered paint ideas and tips.Splattered Paint Background with wildflowers added with markers-myflowerjournal

Splattered Paint Flowers using markers.Winter Wondrland Watercolor with Splattered Acylic Paint-myflowerjournalWinter Splattered Paint Art

Free Printable from my flower journal-just add flowers for cards and more.

Free Printable Here.

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5 Responses to FAQ to Create Splattered Paint Flower Art

  1. Hi, all these pics are just wonderful but I jut can’t seem to get the shape of the flowers right. Can you let me know what you use to do the purple long flowers and the poppy like ones too? Thanks

  2. You’ve got my mind racing in many directions. But darn I have to things I have already started and I have to finish them first. I’m saving your site so I can come back later. I hope my inspirations come back then. I love your work. Thank you for sharing, judy

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