Shining Feather Originals
Art By Sharon Teal Coray
Time For Boo's”
Copyright © 2015 by Sharon Teal-Coray
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The information in these instructions is presented in good faith; however, no warranty is given, nor are results guaranteed. Sharon Teal-
Coray disclaims any liability for untoward results
1. All designs by Sharon Teal Coray to include packets, books, magazine projects, written articles, illustrations, etc., may be painted for your own personal use only and to aid in your further study of decorative painting.
2. You have permission to advertise any of my designs that you personally hand paint and want to sell, be it on the Internet, or any other avenue you choose. A courtesy I will appreciate is giving me credit for the design in your description.
3. Mass production in any quantity is strictly prohibited in any form without a licensing agreement from Sharon Teal-Coray.
4. Reproduction of any publication of mine is prohibited. You are not allowed to copy the written instructions the line drawings, the photographs in any form.
5. You cannot scan a photo or take a photo of my designs to sell on Ebay
6. You are not allowed to scan my artwork to in e-mail transmissions or groups.
7. You may not use my designs (even your hand painted version that was photographed) to decorate your website, web pages,message groups, email, chat groups, or any other like media.
8. You cannot scan my designs whether they are from my photos and patterns or yours based on my designs, to sell as scrapbooking embellishments, digital or graphic art, needlepoint or other. Whether or not you plan to sell or give away these designs,in any of the above-mentioned forms, it is still prohibited.
9. Digital painting or graphic reproduction is strictly prohibited. You may not recreate these designs using any graphic design software such as Paint Shop Pro. Changing my designs into digital painting is strictly prohibited.
10. You are not allowed to pin any of my designs.
Please be respectful of my copyright. This will help me to maintain my small business, so I can continue to design special projects for all to enjoy!
The information in this packet is presented to you in good faith. Since I have has no control over the physical conditions surrounding the application of information presented, I cannot guarantee results. It is difficult to match the exact colors in a pattern packet with the originals artwork
My Brush List
Series 665 - Oval Round Mini Mop size 4,6,8
Series 750 - Fitch Hair Deerfoot Stippler size 22.214.171.124
Series 130 - Golden Taklon Short Shader size 4,6
Golden Taklon Shader -130PC size 4,6,8,10
Series 142 - Golden Taklon Champagne Handle Flat size 14
Series 155 - Golden Taklon Angle size ½ 5/8 1” Series 220 - White Bristle Filbert size 6,10
Series 420 - Spotter - Size 5/0 Series 350 - White Nylon Scroller size 10/0
Shining Feather Soft Stroke Brush
Paints by DecoArt Americana
Jack O' Lantern
Sour Apple to the bottom half.
Wood is available at:http://stores.ebay.com/Lin dahl-Woodcrafts
GENERAL TERMS, TECHNIQUES AND INSTRUCTIONS
My instructions are written in step-by-step order; they are easy to follow but it will be helpful to read them entirely before painting. Follow each step in the order given for your results to be the same as mine, if you omit any of the steps or colors given you will not achieve the same results
Sharon’s Soft Blending Method (My favorite medium for this is Deco Art Traditions Blending and Extender
I use this blending method to blend two colors together.
1. Apply a thin coat of extender to the area where you want to add a color or blend.
2. Next, pick up the color you are going to use on a clean brush and apply this on the same area to which you applied the blending medium.
3. Blend this using a Mop or round bristle brush by gently tapping the edge of the paint, softening it into the base color.
4. Sometimes I pick up a tiny amount of the paint on the brush, blotting on a paper towel and pounce this directly on the place I want to blend. But be sure to add the extender to that area before you do this.
5. Always make sure that you dry your work between each step before going on to the next application of the extender.
6. I like having 2 or 3 of the same size brushes to blend with, but if you only have one and you need to change colors, simply wipe it across a baby wipe a few times to remove most of the paint. Then dry it on a paper towel. You don’t want to clean a mop or bristle brush it in water because it does not work well when it is wet. They have to be “dry” to work properly.
TRANSFERRING YOUR DESIGN
I prefer Graphite Transfer paper by Mona Lisa. This does a beautiful job and does not rub off all over your project. It comes in Black and White
Sand and tack, add a coat of wood sealer and when dry lightly sand and tack again.
When I need to paint a light area on a dark background I always use Gesso to base this in before applying the color I want in this area. This makes it so much easier to cover the dark paint.
1. Base the clock with Ocean Blue
2. Paint the circle with the owl in it with Primary Yellow
3. Float the edge with Jack O' Lantern
4. Paint the numbers with Lamp Black
5. Base top and bottom trim with Lamp Black
6. Outline the top with Emperors Gold
7. Scumble Emperors Gold on top of the bottom trim
8. Float the ghost with Soft White
9. Add black for the eyes and mouth and add a dot of Warm White for the highlights
10. Paint the spider web with Sky Grey
11. Paint the spider Lamp Black and add a dot of Warm White for the highlights
12. Base the pumpkins with Canyon Orange
13. Scumble Primary Yellow over this
14. Float the lines on with Burnt Umber
15. Paint the inside of the eyes and mouth with Primary Yellow and outline with Black
16. Paint the Stem with Sour Apple and highlight with Citron
17. Paint the owl body and head with Lamp Black
18. Add tiny lines for the feathers using Sky Grey
19. Paint the eyes with Sour Apple
20. Add a line of Forest Green on the top for the shadow area
21. Add a highlight on the bottom with Citron
22. paint the iris with Lamp Black and add a dot of Warm White for the highlights
23. Float a shadow on the right side of the hat and brim with Forest Green
24. Paint the Band and cape with Lavender
25. Add a highlight on the band and cape with Lavender + Warm White 1:2
26. Paint a coat of Gold Twinkles over the trim on the top and the bottom trim the bat and the cat.
27. Paint the Cat and bat with Lamp Black
28. Add dots of Jack O' Lantern and over this Primary Yellow on the eyes of the bat
29. Paint the eyes on the cat with Citron Green
30. Paint the orange area on the sign with Primary Yellow
31. Float Jack O' Lantern on the edges
32. Paint the rest of the sign with Lamp Black
33. Outline the yellow area with Lavender
34. Paint the lettering with Lamp Black
Drill tiny holes, apply coat of varnish and add wire and hang!