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One stroke painting Roses on glass surface

teacher avatar Priya Maikandan

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Lessons in This Class

10 Lessons (32m)
    • 1. Introduction

    • 2. Materials Required

    • 3. Loading the Brush and Leaf Stroke

    • 4. Stroke Practice - Full Rose

    • 5. Stroke Practice-Wisteria

    • 6. Stroke Practise - Easy Rose Bud

    • 7. Preparing the glass for painting

    • 8. Step By Step Painting On Glass

    • 9. Curing the glass to make it permanent

    • 10. Conclusion

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About This Class

Welcome friends, My name is Priya Maikandan. I am an Elite Certified one stroke instructor. Certified by Donna Dewberry the creator of One Stroke Technique. I paint on variety of surfaces like glass, wood, metal, canvas and fabric.

One stroke technique is a technique where you learn an easy and quick way of painting by loading the brush with two or more colors, producing blending, shading and highlighting all in one stroke.

In this class I will be demonstrating a step by step process of painting a simple Rose & leaves on the glass surface. You can also try the same on other surfaces, it doesn’t have to be glass.

If you are painting on glass, I will also give instructions to bake, so as to make the paint permanent.

I would recommend that watch the video first  to get an idea of how it’s done,  then collect the supplies required and practice the strokes before painting it on the glass surface.

At any point if u don’t like the strokes u painted on the glass surface, you can wipe it off and start over again. In this way you can keep re-stroking on the glass surface till you are satisfied with the strokes.

So why wait, lets start painting !.

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Hello, I'm Priya Maikandan, Elite One Stroke Certified Instructor. 

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1. Introduction: Welcome friends. My name is Priya, my content. I'm an elite set divide one stroke instructor. I paint on variety of surfaces like glass, wood, metal catalysts and fabrics. In this class, I will be demonstrating a step-by-step process of painting a simple roots and leaves on the glass surface. You can also try the same on other surfaces. It doesn't have to be glass. If you are painting on glass, I will also give instructions too big so as to make the paint permanent. I would recommend that you watch the video first to get an idea of how it's done. Then collect all the supplies required and practice the stroke before painting it on the flat surface. At any point, if you don't like the strokes you painted on the flat surface, you can wipe it off with the pen, start over again. In this way, you can keep restructuring on the glass surface, deliver satisfied with the strokes. So let's look at the materials required and the steps to follow to paint a rose. And let's start painting. 2. Materials Required: Let's look at all the materials required to paint the rules. First, we need any kind of surface. Here I'm using a wine glass. We can have a wine glass out of ways. And I'm using isopropyl alcohol. If you don't tell us for alcoholic and use vinegar, white vinegar. If you don't have that also, you can just use water and clean up the glass and wipe it. Clean and dry it. The paints I'm using that for COD market surface beans. We can also use enamel paints are glass panes. The colors I'm using a cobalt blue, light, pink, and black. The brushes I am using our number 12, flat brush, scruffy brush. This has small Grisons. If you don't have a scruffy brush, you can use any old brush. And this is a liner. If you don't have a liner brush like this, you can use a number 1 or number 0 round brush, which is very small. Then have some paper towels and a pallet to put the painting. 3. Loading the Brush and Leaf Stroke: Let's learn how to load the brush. You can use number 12 brush or number 16 or any other flat brush. I'm using number 12 brush for this demonstration. For doubling, you need two colors, one light and one dark. Here I'm using white and cobalt blue. Before starting, dip the brush in water and wipe it on a paper towel to remove excess water from the brush. Dip one end of the brush and light color and the other end of the darker color. Here, it's white then cobalt blue. Stroke the brush back and forth in a sweeping motion by applying pressure. The first time you blend a player lot of pressure so that the paint goes into the brush up the presses. The tip of the brush is called, which is allege that deepest chisel edge. Again, dip the brush in both the colors and blend. Do the same that third time, but applying relate pressure so that the paint is lowered on the sites. Now the brush is fully loaded. That is 2 third of the brushes filled with paint. Now let's start the strokes. Let's paint a leaf by loading the brush that two colors to paint a leaf facing the right Have a lane at 40 degrees angle as a starting point, please, the chisel edge of the brush straight up on the starting point. And as you apply pressure, slide the brush in the direction of the arrow. That is a center point in between the two lines. Let's do it again. Started with Quizlet, apply pressure. And as you apply pressure done the darker edge of the brush towards data. Data that is alleged to have blood pressure, turn and lift and come back Quizlet. The tip of the brush is Dutch. Are the same thing. If you're using only single color, you wipe off the brush. And what it takes up just the black. Don't have the whole brush into the paint. Just dip the brush in the side of the bank and drag up some bait. See now the brush is loaded 3 fourth inch versus loaded. Do the same thing and go to letter for example, a blood pressure. Don't lift the leg, pleasure. Don't let people know again, the same thing at this, say go same thing on the other side. The upside, apply pressure and lift up. If it is difficult to do it on the left side, you can turn the paper and do the same thing. But with a brush. Similar to how you are doing under, they'd say. 4. Stroke Practice - Full Rose: We'll be learning how to do this rows. So let's look at all the different products which you need to learn to make this rose. First one is the upside down U stroke, which forms the back button. And then we have the side buttons which are commercial, which forms these two side petals. This comma stroke start at 90 degrees nine next to the Back button. And then these policemen, these are called scallop strokes. Gallup strokes are similar to the strokes, but they start at an angle and they have a motion to it. And then this is the back button. It starts at 400 deletes from the opposite side. So starting at 90 degrees, scallop Stokes, starting at 45 degrees and studying it. What will the US on the other side? Once these on the back but doesn't decide done, the vendor was bad insight. And then we have the folded but the circular folds or two shown over here. And the smaller side petals viewed from an angle. These are the parts of the flower. Let's start painting the strokes. I'm using a 16 inch flat brush dotted with white and cuboid blue. To start the stroke, draw two parallel lines representing the start and end of the stroke. While the restaurant up with the first line. Apply pressure more up slowly to reach the peak and release pressure and come back to the second line. So start at the chisel edge, straight up, more. Pleasure and come back and at least pleasure. Let's do a couple of more times. For the left comma stroke or the grass straight up at 90 degrees. Just adopt bridge to the left and then slide to the right. The bottom should end in a sharp point. But the right comma stroke for the brush straight up, twisted top edge to the right, and slide to the left. Let's practice some more. This left slide, right. To strike slide left. One small. For the scattered strokes, hold the brush at 45 degrees angle and as you stroke the comma begin at the top edge slightly. The farmer baby motion. Both the sides. Now for the back foot, draw two lines at 40 degrees angle on the opposite side, starting at one plane. And daddy more towards the second line. Stoppage. Started the first line and do half the battle if it's easier. And then from the second line you can giant, but you can turn the page upside down and do it. Start coastline, do have to be the stroke. And then started the second line and complete delivery stroke. Due to couple of more times. For painting loose bird, we paint a downward stroke similar to the stroke we learned before. Dark blue lines. Berlin, the start and end of the stroke. Start with the first line. Apply pressure, move upwards and come back to that that line. Then draw two more lines inside the stroke and paint a smaller downward stroke. You can add a smaller use Schrock from the center to the right end. Then paint the US stroke, starting with the inlet petals, start and endpoints. Repeat the same for the outside. Britain dropped through the joint, the start and end line of the outside with them. Good a couple of more times. Or maybe stroke. Rather use stroke. And then drag downwards is true, true. And then again a history. So combine all these three Amsterdam news show. And then when you comment out this one loop, we start from the left line, go down, tap, and then go down. That's the folded folded button. And then the side strokes is a smaller chromosome. So you apply less pressure and then lift. It. Looks like pressure and lifted, made pleasure and lifted these other petals which are viewed from the side. Now let's put all these strokes and paint a complete rows with the brush. Lot of that just blew the circle the size of the loss you would like to paint. With the brush loaded with blue and white, draw the US. Then the site comma strokes. And then the scallops, true. And then the back button. You can restrict if it doesn't come out properly. Next, paint the inside those but then the folder better. And lastly, the small angled petals. Stroking until you're happy with this. Let's paint one more. Print, the backstroke and the site comma strokes and then the scallop strokes and then the back by the instructor. You can also put your chromosomes. 5. Stroke Practice-Wisteria: Unless you tap the brush and the shape, you would like to be in. The shape of a circle and it tapers on one side. Now when that is done by both the brush and dab body. And then debit likely to make some of the colors blend with the bread to make a pinkish color and some will be highlighted. If you feel there's more white in one places, you can dab a little of the red and apply it. And same thing if that is more red on one side again, doublet, look the white end up light. But let's do it between two leaves. I'm white and blue to make the leaves. Now it's ready. So I'm going to draw a line. And I'm going to leave it the same stroke. That's this down. Lift. Touch this down the left. And then one more at the end here. So to paint this vein, you have the loaded brush with white and blue. Altogether straight up. What the burst straight up. I'm turning my brush here so that you can see it. Applied pressure downwards, straight down, lift, and then pull it. So if you see it on the side, I'm holding, touching the tip down and pulling it up. You look in that direction. Started this byte first and that, that action and mobile light pressure. Then I moved in that direction. That's like pleasure and move it. Those are the means for these. Now, we're going to do awesome Studios. I'm dabbing my brush 100. Then adding the palm of a circle. And then they are putting on one side of the brush, liquid and white. And before the paint dries, you add the weight. You can hide it in some places and leave it as a shadow. And the other places where shadows you add more of the red. I've highlighted the weight. Here, I feel there is more of the white, so I'm adding a little bit. Then adding a little white dot is reading the liner brush. Dip it in water, wipe it off. And then the little blue we're using glucose statements, you can draw a line. 6. Stroke Practise - Easy Rose Bud: I'm using a 16 inch flat brush. You can use any size, blood pressure, the color I'm using, white engine B, these are four queens deep one side of the version like Philip on the other side, and a darker color stroke back and forth so that the two colors blend and is loaded onto the brush. The brush to paint. On the pilot, you can see the Graduate change of color from light to dark. Droplet battle lines representing the start and end of the stroke. The distance between the two lines will be the width of the brush. To paint a stroke, hold the brush straight up at the first line. Apply pressure, blew up slowly to reach the peak, then release the pressure and come back glute second-line. Let's practice some more. Do the same, moving downwards. Startup, which is lit up my pleasure. More down. Then come back to this image. Tabs, you can add another line for the peak. For the left comma stroke started the chisel edge. Just a darker edge to the left. Keep the bottom edge, and then slide the word stop, right. Started with this alleged just adopt bridge to the left and then slide those stuff right to left, slide towards the right. Similarly, for the right comma stroke, started, which is alleged to start up bridge to the right, dense light to the left. Now let's paint the Roosevelt first. Outputs true. Then starting at the same point, then the downward stroke. Then add the blue comma strokes on the right and the left. Let's do it one small. When the upward stroke, then the downward stroke, then the comma strokes. 7. Preparing the glass for painting: Prepping the glass for painting, wash the surface and warm soapy water. Remove any labels or stickers from the glass socket in water for a few minutes. And then you'll be able to remote easily. Then maybe clean, dampen the paper double with rubbing alcohol or white vinegar and wipe the surface clean and set it aside for a couple of minutes to dry. Now the surface is ready to paint. 8. Step By Step Painting On Glass: Let's take this copy brush. You have to use a dry paint. In this case, we are using only one color in another video and using two colors, learning it the two colors and using it to beat the mysterious. In this case, we'll be using just one color and the color and dab it on the surface, the shape, and the size of the flower we are going to meet. Let's do the same thing on the glass now. Using this crappy brush loaded with cobalt blue, gently tapping a layer of paint, dab the paint and the glass surface in the form of a circle, the size of the flower we are painting. It does start to be perfect. Just an approximate size, but it will do the same on the other class. Also. Once done, leave it to air dry. Or you can use a fan to speed up the drying process. To paint a rose bud petals. To paint the rose petals, double-dot the flat brush with white and cobalt blue. And paint. Draw the US troop first. Then the side comma strokes. Apply light pressure when you paint strokes. Load the brush, whatever you feel a dragging the brush. Then paid the scallop strokes. And then the back button. Let it dry for a few minutes. In the meantime, repeat the same on the other class also, the back button, buttons, buttons, and then the back button. If you're not happy with any stroke, don't immediately, as it will cause the paint to Japan made for it to dry and then you can come back and paint the inside, but started with the first downward use true. Then the inner smaller use stroke, then the upward use true. I'm switching between classes so that they get a few minutes to dry in-between. If you paid when the paint is wet, it will cost the paint to left. So to avoid it, take breaks and give it some time to sit and dry. Next, close the bandwidth, and then add the folate petal and the site strokes for the glasses. Once w1 lead to dry for a few minutes for the side, but only the center part of that was we did without the surrounding petals. You don't have to add the index model. It is not necessarily to follow the same design. Just two strokes, upward and downward will also make a cute, but you can watch the rose bud practice video, which is also included in this class. Oh, painting the leaves. I'm using black with the brush, not a bit only black stroke the leaves. I usually paint the leaves in groups of 34. Good competition. Paint a leaf around the rows in groups of 31, left, one right, and one. And the center, as I'm showing here, near the rose bud, stroke, one leaf at the base of the bud to cover the stamp. This way we don't have to paint the stem. You can add extra leaves in other places also. Repeat the same for the other. Paint the leaves in groups of three. Then with the liner, brush out a small round brush, rather veins, small lines starting at the root and joining this interrupter leaves the leaves to the rules so that they look like they're a part of the rules. Repeat the same for the other class. Using a thinner liner or a round brush, dip it in just white outline some of the front petals for a cleaner finish. For the big studio using this coffee brush or any brush loaded with the red or orange. And the shape of a bunch of flowers on the three sides as shown. Then BIPAP the brush on a paper towel, and dab on some areas to show the highlights. Repeat the same on both the glasses. Try not to keep dabbing in the same area. Then the ADA, we get muddy. You want to keep the bright color differences. So dab in different videos. 9. Curing the glass to make it permanent: There are two ways of curing the painted glass item, baked item, or air dry. Too big the item allow the painted item to dry for 24 hours to be sure all the layers of paint has dried, plays a project in the colon as the glass must heat gradually with the oven to avoid polychaete, do not place the glass in a hot oven. Set the oven temperature at 350 degrees Fahrenheit. What's the temperature as restrictive t along the project too big for 30 minutes. After 30 minutes, turn the oven off and let the glass cooled down completely before removing from Darwin. Cured surfaces can be washed 72 hours after baking. While painted surfaces can be safely cleared the dishwasher, washing my hand is in warm soapy water is the best way to extend the life of your project. For air dry method of curing the painted last projects, winter project left in the open air will cure in 21 days. However, air dried projects are not suitable for use in the top rack of your dishwasher. 10. Conclusion: One stroke painting is very interesting and challenging. So give it a try and let me know if you have any questions. I would love to see your completed project pictures. Enjoy painting.