How To Paint a Watermelon – DIY 2/3 Fruit Painting Series

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Today I’m going to show you how to paint a watermelon using acrylic paint! It was really relaxing painting these 3 pieces. I’m not an art expert but I just wanted to show you a simple way how you can paint this artwork!

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“Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, it can achieve.” ~Napoleon Hill

There will be 2 winners that are chosen randomly! The first winner that I pick will get the painting starter kit. The second winner will get my 3 paintings! I hope these prizes will inspire you to start painting or just brighten up your day!

This is open internationally and all you need to do is the following:

You can enter through YouTube:
1) Be a subscriber to MAKOCCINOS
2) Comment on “What are you most afraid of before you start painting?” (Please don’t comment multiple times or otherwise YouTube will filter them out!)

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You are not required to like/thumbs up this video to enter this giveaway!

Giveaway ends 21 September!

The winners will be contacted by me and they have 7 days to respond to my message. If I don’t hear anything back, I will choose another winner!

Good luck to everyone!

Have a wonderful day everyone!



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Mai Sarah says:

“What are you most afraid of before you start painting?” well you see, im afraid that my little brother will barge in and interrupt because he definitely want to have a paper and watercolor as well. i do share with him sometimes but he will disturb my concentration and thats a problem 🙁

Sumayyah Jn Pierre says:

I’m afraid of it not working out and looking all messy

Fariza Sookhai says:

Hey I made a mistake and add too much mod podge at the end, will it dry and stay clear ?

Ahmed Sajjad says:

U r very telented

Ayesha Shakil says:

Water melon one is my favourite

Bang Le says:

I love this

anne 47 says:

I did paint all three, and they turned out amazing <3

Panyam Mahitha says:

cool!! I really like the glue effect!

Daniella Olson Fibromyalgia Warrior says:

Can u paint a raspberry, blueberry & strawberry?

makoccino says:

Hey guys! Thank you for all your comments through all these past months! Don’t feel like I don’t read your comments just because I don’t reply here that much. I read every single comment, so I know your fears and struggles. Feel free to always comment here and tell me about your worries! With your help I can create videos that address these topics and will hopefully help you with that!

Josie Flint says:

At the end, when you covered it in glue, is that a certain type, or just any liquid glue? xxx

Ayesha Shakil says:

what are you most afraid of before starting a painting?

Holl& says:

The technique that you used to make the texture looks great 🙂 I just found your channel today, and I love your videos!

Anja Rukljač says:


Chardonnay Aldin says:

That I will mess up

Heyitslily X says:

I’m afraid I’m gonna mess up

Amy Sarker says:

does normal carola paint work? Pleaseeeeee answer!!!!!

CherryGlass ///CherryEnchanted says:

Thanks this was helpful

Jingjia SIm says:

your painting is good,is your hobby painting?please tell me your hobby……

amber salman says:

very nice who made this tell me

Nada Elraey says:

This is so cool!!! I just have two questions what brands of brushes and panit are you using? and do you know where can I get them from?

Anthony Gaddy says:

Lol at 3:28 – 3:30

Aprilliana Putri says:

looks yummy! :d

Arryanna Graham says:

It’s 12:28 am here where I live and I’m trying to stay awake to watch this lol

pinky dubai says:

wonderfull …its not much hard to do .but the way you make soooop much easier…
Thx dear…

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