PAINT WITH ME: Palm Leaf Speed Painting (Easy DIY in Acrylic)

Watch as I create a simple palm/banana leaf painting using acrylics and a canvas. The products I recommend are below!

I decided to skip the step by step tutorial this time around and just let you watch me paint for fun. The process is really simple to create these leaves:
Pencil them in, fill them with a medium toned green, then add your dark and light shading/highlights. I mostly used Sap Green, Lemon Yellow, and Ivory Black with a little Crimson and Cobalt Blue to brown up the green a bit. The brushes I used were random and nothing special… just your standard flat brushes from any art store.

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Winsor and Newton Acrylic Set:
Sap Green:
Lemon Yellow:
Ivory Black:
Cobalt Blue:
Titanium White:
16×20 Canvas (5 pack cheap ones):
Liquitex Slow Dry Blending Medium:

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E. T says:

When i paint the edge of my paint “puddles” get darker when it dries leaving sort of an outlining that i dont like what is this how do i prevent that ?

Ellen Coakley says:

Just beautiful,she is fast and very talented,I loved it.

Ria P says:

omg, this is what I was waiting for. I wanted to create a jungle book inspired painting.

ItzaMeylin says:

Love it! I couldn’t look away from the video

Erin S. says:

Nice palm painting super relaxing and Good music selection. Info?

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Katrin K says:

So beautiful drawing. Thank you!

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