Painting rocks and stones are fast becoming a popular craft activity. The reasons why are clear: rocks, stones, and pebbles are freely available, acrylic craft paints are relatively inexpensive and other supplies are minimal. Another important reason is that it is quite easy to paint onto a rock much easier, in fact than painting on to flat paper.
The most popular subjects for painting rocks are animals. This is because they lend themselves perfectly to oval and round shapes. In this article, I demonstrate a step by step method of painting a cat on a rock, including putting mistakes right!
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