Mar 27, 2011

DIY Tutorial - Stroke Painting

I have again come up with my new painting which I can say is best out of waste. It’s best out of waste because I’ve used a left-over plywood sheet. If you are not lucky enough to have a spare one at home you can easily buy one, of required dimension, from your neighborhood store.

Basic Material required for Stroke Painting

  • Wooden board (Preferred size).
  • Pattern of your choice
  • Asian Black Paint
  • Camlin Paint Brush (Size: 00, 3/4)
  • Camel Metallic Bronze color
  • Camel Metallic Copper color

Steps for Stroke Painting

  • Color the wooden board with black Asian paint. Let it dry.
  • Start painting the pattern with the help of 3/4 size paint brush and Camel Metallic Copper color. (If you are not comfortable in directly using color on board then draw the pattern with pencil first and then color it). Let it dry
  • Outline the pattern with Camel Metallic Bronze color (Use Camlin Paint Brush size 00 for outline) and if needed apply shading.
  • Frame it and hang it.

Here is the pattern of my Stroke painting. Did you like this?



  1. hello,
    i am amazed at the work you have done. your hand is very neat and ur blog is very informative. i have learnt a lot from it. pl do find time to visit my blog at

  2. Viewed all your creations. So different and beautiful. Your tips are very helpful for those who are crafty!


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