How To Paint A Scarecrow
This scarecrow canvas painting includes a traceable of the scarecrow portrait as well as the crow! You may recognize this painting from my 2017 post “How To Paint A Scarecrow”.
That post originally did not have a video and was done on a larger 16″ x 20″ canvas. In 2018, I redid the painting to fit the 11″ x 14″ canvas so you can easily use the traceables for this.
This post only includes the video. If you would like to see my process step by step pictures including instructions for how to draw the scarecrow, you can see that post here.
I display my scarecrow painting next to the vintage truck painting! They look so nice next to each other. You can see the tutorial for the vintage truck painting here.
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- 11″ x 14″ Canvas
- Acrylic Paint (Liquitex BASICS)
- Quinacridone Magenta
- Cadmium Orange Hue
- Cadmium Yellow Medium
- Light Green Permanent
- Phthalo Blue
- Bright Aqua Green
- Titanium White
- Mars Black
- Burnt Umber
- Raw Sienna
- Graphite Paper
Directions At A Glance:
Directions: Print traceables on 8.5″ x 11″ (standard size) computer paper. Trace the scarecrow on the upper right corner of the canvas. Trace the crow on the lower left hand corner (or in desired area where the crow sits on the shoulder). Download the PDF files here.
Step By Step Directions:
If you want to see detailed step by step directions for this painting tutorial, go to the original scarecrow to see the pictures and text!