The adorable dog painted rock is definitely an amazing project to join.
By using some rocks and acrylic paint, you and your kids can easily create so cute four-legs friends to play with.
Let’s dive into the post to explore how to paint a dog on a rock!
Easy Dog Paintings for Beginners
How cute is this little guy painted rock?
If you are looking for more simple holiday craft ideas, look no further than this nice dog rock painting tutorial.
Although this small rock art piece isn’t as cuddly as a real-life puppy, it is lovely enough to grab your kids to participate in the fabulous activity.
- Smooth, flat rocks
- Acrylic paint
- Paintbrush ( in different sizes)
- Black marker
Step-by-step Dog Rock Painting Tutorial
Start by applying from two to three coats of white for the rocks. Don’t forget to give time for each coat to dry thoroughly.
Use a pencil and draw the shapes of the dogs softly on the rocks.
Note: If you don’t have a competence in imaginative drawing, search available images of dogs in children’s books or online.
Then practice drawing the images on the sketchbook. Once you are confident with your designs, start to trace yours on the rocks.
For the step, you needs a couple of colors to create finished work. I love to use bright colors for my four-legs friends.
Note: I like to use thin paint brush sizes to color the dog’s details.
After ample time when the paint dries completely, outline the dogs with a black marker.
Stick a layer of sealer to the adorable designs to give them a glossy look as well as protect them from color fade.
Tada! It’s time to contemplate the excellent work!
What Can My DIY Dog Painting on a Rock be Used for?
DIY painted rock dogs serve well as a gift to beloved people. They must be more surprised when you can customize these puppies that are suitable for their personalities.
Another great thing is you will benefit from turning the finished product into a generous little decoration.
I love to put loyal creatures on my shelf or desk so that I can admire my work.
Also, they will cheer you up when putting them on pillows or baskets indoors.
Moreover, it’s a great idea to put them in the garden.
However, remember to put a coat of sealer so that the great work can withstand severe weather conditions.
Have a super-duper creation!