What to do:
Step 1: Tape the plate at various angles to create triangles or block sections. Not all sections need to overlap. Smooth tape edges to ensure a clean line once you start painting.
Step 2: Using a sponge brush, fill in one section. If it over laps with another section, be sure to allow it to completely dry before brushing on the second hue. Brush colour onto the plate by sweeping brush away from the tape’s edge, not towards. Continue painting each section a different colour, and set aside to dry.
Step 3: Slowly remove the tape, and enjoy
What you need:
- wooden plates 28cm
- acrylic paint
- sponge brushes
- low-stick tape or painter’s tape
Estimated time needed: 7 minutes plus drying