How to Make Wood Art : How to Antique Wood Paintings

Hi, my name is David Clemen on behalf of Expert
Village. Today we’re going to paint on a piece of scrap wood that you find anywhere. Now
that I got my vase painted I almost sounds like my face is painted but vase painted,
I’m going to move onto the wine glasses. Since it’s a antique kitchen I think what I’m going
to do is they use to make a lot of glass out of blue glass so I think what I’m going to
do is take this light blue with some white. I’ll come in here and I’ll start to fill in
this real lightly and I can come in and add some depth to it later, it’s almost like goblets.
So my paint’s chipping but it’s alright cause I want it to look old anyways so I’ll just
keep on going. I’ll get me some more white and fill in the stem and the thing about this
you can just be real loose cause sometimes the simplest things turn out to be the prettiest
paintings. Just like when kids paint, kids are probably some of the best artiest in the
world. I’m going to do the same thing on this one and I want to get the depth of the actual
rim of the glass. So I’m going to come in and fill that in with a little bit of a black
so you can tell it’s a wine glass and it is a glass. I’ll come back in and get this stem
and this one is a little bit darker but that’s alright. It’s really loose and there’s our
wine glasses.

17 Replies to “How to Make Wood Art : How to Antique Wood Paintings”

  1. You can find something like this on the Stodoys website. Full step-by-step instructions right on your desk.

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