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Start by sketching your shell shapes, then draw in some details. It’s great if you have some real life shells to look at for inspiration!
Mix up the paint colours you want to use. I’ve used blue, pink, red and yellow, but you can pick any colours you like! Using a medium sized paint brush fill in the shapes with your favourite colours- leaving the details white for now. Let this dry.
Start to fill in the white details with a darker colour of your choice, a darker shade of the colour you have already painted works well.
Using the smaller paint brush add in the finer details to each shell.
Carry on adding delicate line work to each shell and add a fine outline to each shell.
You will now have a completed Seaside Shells painting!