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    • 1. Introduction

    • 2. Part One

    • 3. Part Two

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About This Class

Hello and Welcome to this class entitled ‘Acrylic Bird Painting’. My name is Beatrice Ajayi and I will be taking you through this art journey.

In This class we plan and paint a bird in a stylised way. Showing the basic sketch and processes of painting to produce the final piece.

This can be a guide as to how to simplify your own art practice.



Ordinary A4 printing paper,

Three brushes, round size 4, flat size 1, detailed brush size 0.

One Mini stretched canvas sizes 2.5 x 2.5inch or 3 x 3 inch.

Acrylic paints: Mars Black, Mars Orange, Emerald Green, Prussian Green, Cerulean Blue, Cochineal Red, Magenta Light,

White gesso, Black gesso for lightening or darkening colours.

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Beatrice Ajayi

Founder of HyssopArts


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1. Introduction : Hi, everyone. Welcome to the skill share class entitled Acrylic bird painting with myself. Beatrice, a joy in this class. We're going to be painting, uh, little many campus off a chronic bird and a tree. Andi, it's going to be a class. Will we start the planning process of looking at different sketches We work away through to create in the piece on, uh, pieces of paper and working out the designs that we could do, um, having ideas of the different directions that the bird could face And things like that and also, uh, decided but will paint this little character on a many campus of three by three. Or you can use also two by two by 2.5 by 2.5. So it's a square template, and we're gonna be working to create a little character that we will been sketch on that campus, start to paint from beginning to end and acrylic paint. So here you can see the campus, just some about to start sketching. And I was just talking through the whole process, and all we have to do is just for my direction and take your time and enjoy it. And, uh, let's have fun creating a cute little character that can enhance any home. Come along and let's see where we go on this little adventure. See there. 2. Part One: Hi. Welcome to the class today. Here in skill share, I thought that I would work on us creating illustrated birds today. And so part of the segment is gonna be looking and but the illustrated birds that I create , um, kind of in symbiotic relationships with different characters in my paintings. So I thought we would home in on these birds in their little safety nests and create a piece. So we got plain piece of paper here they used for printing out. Um, there's nothing too fancy, and we're just going to do some sketches on this of ideas of what we're gonna go for in this class. So this illustrations air kind of a breakdown element off characters I create in my painting. So I have this fascination with birds. He used to be a birdwatcher when I was younger. And so I've come up with this idea of whether the birds are in a symbiotic relationship with different characters. And so I always put the birds and what would be like a little nest hole, um, and the different characters. And I'll put examples on the page here. I'm on the video page here and basically these birds are livin in my characters. They live somewhere in the body, mostly around the head. I might have done some of the heart area before, but, um, the characters just tend to live, um, on the other car creatures. And so I'm just kind of giving you. Hence, here of where those sheiks blushed kind of a cheek. And then here is the head, so this usual background would be dark, so you can't really see too well what it is now. But as I said, I'll give you some examples of that. So this is one character kind of example of a bird. Um, and you can do whatever colors you want with that as well, so you can have the bird facing in different directions. I'm going to do another one here where the bird is in the bowl again, and it may be looking up. So you always kind of like figuring out what the situation is. So it's. They're also very responsive to the character, the creatures that they're so whatever the creature's doing, that's what you usually see the response of the bird doing It's like I usually make the birds face the same direction as bear, Um, the creature that they're in. So the creature is the characters looking this way, you know, in that direction, then the birds will be look in that direction and the same here as well. Just look in the same way as the character, whether in this would be another hole. And, um so this one could look downward. This is just simple shapes of triangles here, and the birds had this way and just trying to think of what it would be like if the bird was looking down. So you're gonna have the weight of the eyes downwards. So, yes, you still have this island BV is less and there's more off the I looking down. And then what I do is for my the people area looking down. So that be kind of the signature. I going this. So, um and then be the nose and all this would all be black. So Well, I'm gonna do is, um, draw this on a little kind of campus and we're gonna go in and paint that. So for this class, we're gonna be creating some many paintings on many campus and, um, creating some of these characters. So the many canvases, air squares. So we'll get these characters as big as we can on the square on this paint little worlds up with these guys on it. And the thing is as well that you can give them all sorts of patterns and designs. Um, so he could do, like, see Sorry, coz here, um, on that part there you could add maybe some more circles up here. You wanted to carry that through. Um, and then you could if you wanted at different colors to their beaks as well. So they can have different covers. So this could be like a stripe here in the middle, then another stripe. So there you can design it like this and make it very, very simple and pink that in. So you got instructing. All this is gonna be all black are a different color here. Then you can paint this around in one block color so that this doesn't focus so you could paint one that could be black. Um, trying to think what other colors we could Teoh here as well to kind of keep the full kids around this, we could all be dark colors brown. Dr. Braun, this could be maybe a really dark red dark, right? Whatever colors you going That so some of us, they know they could be stripes. So it was the same again. It's gonna have a blush area blush area around here. Um, it could be stripes on the birds as well. So it's trying to figure out what what works sometimes is trial and error. So you could have stripes appear in the birds. This is to the island. Um, and then you could decide toe have, like, dots for the rest of it. So you would be coloring main colors in between and other colors on top of these, um, areas for the birds and just plain with, um, and coming up with different ideas. This could just be plain and and just have merging colors going in here. But I do like sometimes to make you know, different patterns because it does end up giving you a bit more of a structure to see what you're looking at. So these a role could be different colors. Um, the nose is there. This good bill won't block. Cover with a tip. A different color So you just play around with that and see what we get. And so, yeah, we're going to go on next to the little mini campus. It will use acrylic in this class to get more of ah textures paint in effect as well. So I'll see you the next segment, and we're gonna have a little campuses, and we're going to sketch these characters out and then think them in. You may have, um, a little canvas. Plain white, one a za many campus. It's like three inch 2.5 by two. We are going to be painting our little characters that we've sketched. So just pick one of the similar design, and we get a rough idea of what that looks like. I will give you, um, some digital examples of these birds as well, so that you can practice that yourself and you can use a little canvas like these, which are very affordable. And you could get off Amazon, um, or any other kind of arts and crafts shop. Um, and you can basically go ahead and skip your little illustrated bird. This is like this circle for the actual fitness. Then the bird vehicle inside of that. So engage this. You can go back and forth with this because if your bird is too big, for example, on the whole on, you can't get the beak in place To be able to see it, you can adjust it. So I put my bird speak up here, and when we start painting it, you can adjust your painting, Remember? Well, I'm going to try and do here is making very quick for you to see that. Um, if you think about the bird and it's in a hole, its body is in shadow here because it's dark. So you need to understand that it's not just ahead. Your scene is gonna be some fade and into the darkest part here, off the body of the birds or whatever colors here is gonna have to be faded and down this one get darker than here, dependent on your shadow. So this is all gonna be adjusted and adjusted. So you get it right? So really, I hear my characterise the big eyes for my characters. Um, and then you have the beak, so a just as ego because, um, that's what you can do with paint. You can paint over something if it's not quite right. But it's good to have kind of, ah, sketch of the beginning so that you can know what you're going to be trying to do and plan for it. So once you've got this down, we just start to paint this in. So the next stage is to come along and pick the colors. We're gonna put here, um, to start this off. And I know I want to make this very dark in here. So even if it's dark blue or whatever we used or black this ways that you can change it to , that everything balances out. So I need to decide. Well, I want to do this whole for some of my characters as well are not always in other. You know, in this and biotin relationship, it could be that it's in a tree, so this could be a brand background, and we could make the designs for the tree as well. So we might try doing that with this one so that we get the perspective right of what's going on. So I'm just going to get the colors ready, and then we're going to get straight into what we're gonna be doing. So here I have two brushes and you can use more detailed brushes than these is a round brush size for and a flat brush size one. So I'm going to use a flat brush to start colored in this background here, and I'm using Morris Brown to get the background in. I'm just going to start straightly just going straight in, But the color I'm not gonna color the sides. I could do that on my own time, but if not, I won't be able to hold this painting. So we're just gonna go in and color this in on the edges very slowly, simply, and this is a big sticking out on the edge there. So just go around and he could start to see the shape of the bird in the middle there and just take your time. This is supposed to be enjoyable. A swell creating this. But, um, this is just to show you how you can take an easy step, a simplistic step. When you come into painting, you don't have to stress about it. You can plan what it is you want to do and make a very basic shape that you can fill in. And you can use something small that isn't too threatening. And you can enjoy yourself, take your time and create something really cute as well. So now that that is painted in here, I'm going to use some of the colors on the inside here as well. I'm going to bring in some black. Um, you can use black Jess. Oh, or you know, whatever colors you have to hand if you don't want to use just black. So I just put some black on my brush there, and I'm gonna go in and zoom in a little bit more so you could see how dark this is that I'm not gonna be bitten black in here. A swell is to show the difference in how dark this hole is supposed to be. And I haven't washed my brush off from discipline that stay in there. So it's gonna mix with the brown on my brush, which I don't mind because it's just going to make the brown darker and this gonna blend in with the surrounding color just fine. Now we have that shadowed area which you might not be seen a difference too much. But I assure you, this is dark, huh? And then I'm going to think about what to put what cover for the bird. Just washing my brush off on thinking about what? I want to cover this bird. And I tend to always do my birds green. I don't know why. So that being the case, I am going to use impression Persian green. And I'm gonna basically come in and you see, just take this. Just close the brown, some good, some Persian green. And what you do is that if you want to build layers, you start with a darker color first. So just gonna add his dark green of the background here. It's always good as well to start with your brush, um, a little bit moist. So with this now, you can use other greens to start to also get Once you've done that, the outer area to the edge. Here you can start using other greens to get some other colors and is good to work quite quickly with acrylics because they can dry quickly. But you can have other mediums to actually keep them moist for longer. like, um, extender mediums I'm gonna use on emerald green. It's a different green. Uh, to add to this while it's still wet, working very quickly. And it's just an impression I have in my head off the text. Troost. I'm trying to get gonna add some lights little white into this and light in some areas. So it's just kind of built in different greens that look like shadows. But you let that dry because I like that effect already and trying to remember that some areas might be lighter because they're further out, whereas others might be darker. So this front, But here I might make a bit light. I just overlap in that onto the beat. Coupet gonna feed some of these colors into the eyes because I like to call it, carry the colors into the eyes of my characters as well. Um, and yeah, think bets. We're gonna leave that I don't wash my brush off. Just get this covers back on. I'm gonna use my run brush to try and get some of the other details into this so I kid adds , actually bring the flat brush back of it, and he's some of this too, at some white in this area here because the whites of the eyes are also it seals in the pencil cause I've got a pencil. Um, that I used on this just gonna go over the speak stuff. That's because probably going to be, like, agree of some sort. You can see how quickly we've gone from this kind of sketch. I'd ears, um, get ideas to then basically clean him this piece here. Um, and the band were going Teoh. Now start putting some more details in that. So I'm going to come in here with some don't and the critics already dried everywhere else . So just come in and start putting in some, then but the eyes here that build some more stuff around, but going out this just going out here with this. Remember? I said this is gonna be, like, agree. So I've put some black here, and I'm gonna put some white on that, so yeah, the blood, my characters tends to go slightly over like this. So good. Clean my brush off a little bit. Do not wash it. Come in here and add some away in here and start game. Agree just with my hands. So there's no shadow to the gray here. Is now kind of going in there, Put some more here. I don't know. I'm gonna put some other colors here, but I, um, building a little bit to do with the lid here, some of agree back here. So you just working around trying to see where you can adjust things, get in the shadows in. So this is the peak. It will be more shadow underneath, actually. So, working with that and then looking at your character at this area that I was saying is still got some of us will pick my flat brush, but I just use my flat brush again because that was what I was using for this area. And as I said before that this area is gonna be a bit, um, dark and into shadow. So gonna work on this area here. I'm getting some of that back, and it's little bird is very enclosed. A little black to mix into the gonna use a little bit of white, a little white to kind of like pill, some of that. So just trying to do some of that design here I think I'm gonna add some more. The emerald green that this shadow, This is more of a shadow area here. So it was just working back and forth to you. Get the right. I don't like to mix my colors, which some people like to mix their colors, but I'm really, like mixing are using the textures on the actual canvas. So it's a bit of a struggle trying to figure out that. So slick, huh? Going back and forth again, I just working on it. And I put some because some of the green is still on this brush. So it's now making that black looks slightly different because there's the reflection of the green from the bird. And you just add in Lord depth over that black. So once this dry, I'll go in with, um, some of the pinks that I have to do for blushing her cheeks. Um, but I think I want to use some more on the some more. Maybe at another color on the eye here, Like work in a blues sometimes. So I've got cerulean blue here. I think I'm gonna use to bring in, get out, see, like using my flat brush Because of the textures you can get from it. You can use the side of it. I'm just cleaning that off on. I'm gonna mix it, fill it. I'm going to take a little off actual brush and not let's see, But it down here. So just introduced something else. They're mixing it with some of the black. It's Blendon, a hint through the beak. Because I just like to do things like that, this at color. So come back to that minute. Gonna add some white onto and either and here, So what? That green there, I might bring in some more green. The emerald one. So what, this really? In that in that, And you can sometimes way for these to dry. You don't have to do it the way I'm doing it. Um, but, you know, just add in some of those blues in random places and building coloration of the bird. It's got a bit more of a hint off life going on some feathers. Kind of like coming up over this area here. So I still go in and dark in that up. Um, this actual, the bark were saying average 3. Part Two: you're saying of the tree that could stop bring it in some designs and that. So I'm just gonna see I have some other grounds. Something it yellows. Many use some of this, uh, Mars orange. The barn's for engine used. Um, Teoh, start doing some work on the bark on just seeing if I could get one of my detailed brushes . So this is my detailed brushes, and this is a size zero 50 is a very small brush. I just put some water in that, and I'm going to go straight in with the Morris Orange. Another way that I'm doing this is you can mix colors. You could make them lighter. Um, but you can also try and get colors there. So very, you know, you get different packs over acrylics that you can use and that you have quite a variety of colors, so you don't have to mix them, but you can. And it's not as hard to get the the variety on a lot closer to each other if you have all sorts of colors that you can buy because you could buy so many colors already mixed for you , but sometimes to get them still close to each other. You still need to mix them. So I like my colors very bright. But then what? Elders? I'll do this color very saturated. And then I will mix maybe a little white into it to get a variety or black to get darker. And you just play around with your colors in a very simplistic way. You don't have to, um, be trying to mix every single color very extremely yourself. You could just, um, try to get different colors that are very close in their family because there was the the 1st 1 have used before was a Mars brown. And actually, and I have been called this Mars brown. This is Mars orange. So I'm just gonna add this orange all the way around, and then I'm gonna add some white to the next one that I use. Everything is about looking deliberate, consistent. So when you're using one color, you need to kind of move around the whole campus with the same kind of cars are so that it looks very deliberate. So, um, that's there. I think this still looks a bit confused. I'm gonna push it back with the flat brush and some black just to cause I still feel is too busy. Just come in and cut in this all. So just areas where it looks very sharp because the other one is dried and we're seeing the colors of added. Now he can see the difference off the sharpness of the black. Now a bit more so just going back and forth until you get everything right. So this area here, I'm just kind of making it sharpen assemblies so that you see the difference. But it's not that you have to do older. We ran because they could have expressions of what's going on so you can see that better. And I can. It can extend this black to a bit bigger, so that looks like there's it's more pressed on. This side is take your time and build your character right. I brought that actual detail brush for a reason, so I'm gonna work with the detail brush going round. Still add in some more colors, so we're gonna put some a little white into the Mars orange and work back and to the peace . So just close off my got to brush just get some Mars orange and I'm gonna mix this with somewhat. It was a lot of Mars or in for that little I'm gonna It's not working this again. So, actually, I'm going to use some of that in here under the lid. My little bird. Sometimes you could go with your finger and try and blame things in, so just add in some kind of flesh color in here. You can see that. And then I'm gonna go in and see There's some of us that got here paint over that, um and then start at in some of that to the edges. Get some of textures so you can see that the brown is still back there. Now we're at in different layers of color. And if we think ones too dark or too light, we can change that and add another color over it. You can go back and add Samo Morris Brown. We think we've overdone it, So this might be the later area. Put some everywhere just because some areas could be dark. I'm gonna try and see. I think it's like a prick, all technically the same as life is mixed. So I'm going to use. Think board old. I could use this cortical red. See, that's quite a strong red. Actually, I could use that. Maybe to start off with the cheeks of this little transistor E quote brush to use for this , I could have probably told it. I'm gonna put some of this and now I'm doing a darker color because I will work some lighter colors over this. So cock Neil written, you know, I call it conical. It's nothing like that. But don't be scared of adding this color looks very extreme. I'm very bright, but we will put other colors over it that will push it back. And that's the whole thing. With acrylic, it's the leering. Right now it looks like it's been attacked, but it's gonna look about bear soon. I've got another color here, which is magenta er like there's a lot of different colors. To be honest, you can mix some white in there if you don't want to. Makes another pink in. So I pushed that back so you can see I've gone in with a gente. The colors are just well of colors coming in now, um, and then you can add some pinks. We're gonna go back and work on the beak. I was saying, actually, before that you could do a lot of very basic things with his beak. I think that is quite mundane for a beak. So what I'm gonna do is a different color somewhere I was gonna do agree, but looks too boring for words I've got here, so I'm gonna go over it coming. Don't overdo. It was going with some of the white here, so one step drives will do something else with that. Go and start putting. My signature dot com is character, and this changes. I mean, the whole look. Look at that. Just totally changed with that dog and my signature A little. I see. So going on now, looking at, um, this big cure once that dries, I would like to, but basically some stripes on this of some sort are I'm thinking, if it would distract from everything that we can see right now, I would love to put some stripes on that. Mm. I keep thinking about that. It's gonna work a little bit more on these areas here so you can see how its own layer in the black is still under this, but it's like you can see the shadow of it of a hint of that black behind that I lunch. Gonna put some more on the island? Yeah, like that. Details, details. So usually you have, like, alone little nose. But I might wait till that fried actually mess it up. Yeah, Look at that. And so what I'm gonna do? Well, that's drying the beak. I'm gonna paint the edges. What? On Mars Brown. So you can see how you basically no go. This little character there, Andi, Just basically inside of us. Just paint this like this. Take your time. You pull away from your actual peace towards the edgers so that you don't paint the edges over. So it's good. This is where the painting is. Just pills away. Tiny canvas. It's That's basically this little painted finish. It obviously take more time and let this dry because I am trying to get this done in the less time. Then you take. That's what you could do is paint the whole canvas and then let it dry, um, and then actually come back to because you could paint the whole background first and then come back and draw your character on it and work from there. There's quite a few different will used to do this, so might need to touch up the areas my finger is touching. Used only a handful of actual colors for this. So yeah, that's that anti is fun, basically. And as I said, we're waiting for the speak to dry. And I'm trying to think what to color the speak that will actually make it more, um, dramatic. And I'm still thinking about about my head. So once this is fully dry, I am thinking Red beak use. Let's try this. Actually, let's go back to the corner con and clear. I see him just through May. Too many options. Well, I'm going to do is try this red. It's very bright. Just clean enough. My brush. I'm going to try, right. You're going to see if there it's very bright, very bright. And wow, is that Colin Reid? It looks a little detached from its actual bird, so I might have to figure out a pattern that can let me drag this in here somewhere, maybe, or just basically put more red on you. Yeah, I might have to do some other design around this Teoh. Make it a bit more uniformed or Yeah, I think I'll have to do that. So just gonna This is a bit right now look what? Thank you. More texture like I like on that. Basically, think of how to drag that whole thing in to working, so that still needs to dry here am and here. Okay. Thinking about it. I'm not sure. So all the details you need to think about when you're creating artwork have to be able to play around. But you're peace. Blandon Answer is not so I'm blended. Drink it and some colors here lightly. So yeah, I think actually, it's not too bad. And some of my characters, actually, I put like a little hat on them and all sorts of stuff that would have worked too well here in the moment because his beak looks so prominent, but, um, trying to think of what else is going on here. I think I know what it might be. Actually, I'm gonna try something because he usually I think you would bring in the big a little bit and to, uh, bird so if I go closer So it's knowing that and that's me of you with the birds. So I've kind of done something here that looks like it's helping to blend the color in a little bit and also the way that the shape is coming into the face because it just looked to Oh, because it's like a little bit of a better shape in there On also has just add some other shadows and places. Do you carry the colors around? That's the whole way of make him things Look have been more landed. Gonna bring the green differently. Gonna add some more green over here because that's I had some of the darker green the minute just I love my lighter. Once I'm going to just push back some of this cheeks a little bit so you can see there. But you can make mistakes like this any painted over. So I'm just drying this off. I'm gonna put some more green over right. Then we'll just believe it here. I think, um, you never panic about any of this stuff. You can always cover it over. And so, yes, that looks really nice. Um, and you could basically do this with some more little campuses and create a little beautiful bird like this, um, trying to think of as anything else I could do. It's making sure that my brush is really dry because I tried this before and it did not work out. So you put your little nose there. Um, I'm gonna describe some outline of the beak. Okay. You can use probably a color coal search of this, um, color here, but I always seem to add the draw an element to my artwork. But it could be quite harsh, though. The drawing side of it that you could have mixed in some more off the the colors, just basically outlining the speak so you can see that beak a little bit easier. Mm. What else? Nothing else. That I can think of. Dads to this. I think that's a really, um that's the piece there. And it's very cute. A little piece that you can do this with lots of more little characters like we did in the skip to the beginning. So, um, just having their little sketch Bruins, whatever direction. As I said, I'll give you some examples off. How you could sketched thes. I'll have little drawing examples, and then you just paint and fill it in like I did, um, to get this little character. And it's a lovely little painting and is very simple way of approaching, illustrating, um, a bird that you can do with lots of other creatures as well. So this is a bird one, and we can work in another class where I can create another kind of animal that we can put and work very simply degree. It looked easy, maybe, you would say, but it's just basically like color in and filling and colors once you decide what color you want to go for. As I said here, I used Green. I used to greens. It was an emerald green and the pollution, so it was two greens on. Basically, I just, as I said, useful Keller's direct because I like that my in a quite saturated colors, bright colors and then you can use either mix it with white, different amounts of white or different amounts of black um, or other greens in the same family. You could just get with that idea of mixing within the same family to get results. I'm not going in. Adan. Maybe, um, other colors Justus. Yet so that until you get used to what color's your using? Also the reds as well. I used the cock Neil read magenta light, so these were all kind of you can use Rose mater. You could use rose Oh, colors that reuse together to, um, get this little cheek here. And then you can, I guess, and add white still in it. Or, if you want to go darker, connects black. We have to be very careful how much you're using at any point. I used the Mars brown in the background to get the basic layer for the kind of tree bark and then Mars orange over that, and I mixed this with some white. Or you could use other colors as well. You wanted, like getting lighter and lighter, just looking at the color palette and warm colors. Cold colors. Um, the greens just sticking with the same greens or sticking with the same blues was sticking with the same browns and just add in light or dark. To them. It's just that's the basically that I have been working with colors to get what it is that want it. And here, you know, just can't have in the eyes area and reflect on the colors in the character, in the eyes, introducing other colors. I did introduce Blue here with I allowed a little bit to be in lightly in the areas of the feathers as well. So that's that's what basically happened hand because it's in the whole the whole idea of getting the shadow right off this character, being in a hole and trying to show that perspective, um, about death, of it being cozy in a tree. Um, so then, looking at that angle that is looking at this area's whiter because it's kind of closer this way. So that's Canon shown where it's bodies positioned in the whole, which adds to the painting. Is that it? Just sticking it right in the middle and the whole being, you know, perfect all the way around? It's not. That's not a national way that it would be. You would lean like leaning on a door. There's all the space on the other side of the door, so it's the same idea, and yet so I hope you enjoyed that. Um, I'm just leaving it like this is class. I'm not cutting it or anything, because just showing you the natural process of what's happened here to get this product. Andi basically, uh, to do the same again. You just basically get a small three by three krampus um and you sketch your character on it and you just go ahead and paint your character and take it lightly. You saw the mistakes I made, and I just painted over them. I mean, you can't see the different colors I painted over them. Um, the beak I wasn't happy with. I tried the gray than I tried the white on it. I was gonna do stripes, but I changed my mind. So just go ahead and do the same yourself. The brushes are used for I just wash them off. We're just these three brushes. So it was the detail brush interest, the size zero. This is our Taser brush. So is part of the detailed package that you could get from their site. Are Teza. This was from a friend of mine. She's based in India. Are tee shells part? I don't know if you can see that. Enjoy the sea so rt shows are on. Um so this was in the size one in the flat and size four in the round one. So those were the only three I used for this small painting. And, um, yes. Just go ahead and experiment and have fun. Andi, I will see you in the next class by