Tell a Story Day - April 27th

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 Daisy by artist Trae Mundt. Oil Painting. Bearie Blvd. Bears®. Light Brown bear portrait . She is wearing daisy headband. Yellow background.

It really is Tell a Story Day... according to the holiday insights website today we celebrate story-telling of all kinds. It's the perfect day to share the story of "Daisy."

This is my first short slideshow video with narration and background music! Below is the transcript.

To watch the slideshow video click this link: https://youtu.be/Ez-VF-pfU04

Did you like watching this slideshow? Please leave your comments below.

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Transcript:

Yellow, pink, white, light brown. What comes to mind when you combine these colors? I got excited about painting this little bear. Her sweetness was captured with the initial line drawing. I like to do these sketches before I start painting. I also like to decide on the colors I'll use before the first brush load of paint touches the panel. With "Daisy" I applied the light chestnut brown first then added the darker shades defining her eyes, nose, mouth and ears. We don't want to see a flat bear, so I changed the value, the relative lightness and darkness of the brown which created her roundness and cuddliness.

Then I painted her eyes and nose and began to add color to her flower headband. I began with a striped pattern in the background. You'll see later in the painting I changed my mind. The stripes were distracting. The pretty yellow background brought in a softness and gentleness. Her face is now the focal point. As I finished painting I make sure to paint the bear paw and my signature. The result... sweet "Daisy."

Where's the Bear Paw?

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  • Great first video!!! You should make some videos that do a step by step for painters or even school students to follow along. 😉Your a natural artist and speaker.

    alicia Hupaylo on

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