How to create an elephant painting: the best of the best

When you’re painting elephants and you need to get a little more personal with your artwork, you can’t miss the paint sprayers, glitter wall paints and other tools that can be found in most big box stores.

They’re all very affordable, and when used with a little bit of creativity you can get your paintings onto a tree, a wall or even an elephant.

Here’s a look at a few of our favourites.

We’ll show you how to paint an elephant, how to get the best results and some tips to help you get the most out of your paint.1.

The first tip: pick a paint palette that suits you2.

Use a paintbrush and a brushbrush to start withIf you’re going to be painting elephants, pick a colour that you like.

We like black and we like bright colours, so we choose a dark shade of black.

If you’re doing an abstract painting, then pick a more muted colour.3.

Choose a good base paintYou want a base colour that doesn’t get in the way of your painting.

The more colour you can paint, the better.

You want a paint that can blend with the surrounding colours, but you don’t want it to be distracting or distracting.

You can paint the elephants face, but if you want to add some depth and drama to the painting, you need something a little softer.4.

Choose your base colour and make sure it’s not too brightYou want your base paint to be a shade of light grey or black.

It needs to blend in with the elephant.

It also needs to be light enough that it can be easily picked up with a paint brush.5.

Choose the correct brush for the elephants colour paint brushThe paint brush is one of the biggest and most versatile tools you can use when painting elephants.

You need a paint gun to use it, so you can apply the paint and use it as you would any other paint brush or paint spray.

If it’s dark enough that you can see the elephants nose, you’re good to go.6.

Apply your base layerOnce you’ve selected your base, make sure the elephant is standing straight up on the canvas.

If the elephant’s head is slightly forward or backward, then your paint is too dark.

If, on the other hand, you have the base layer too close to the elephant, then you’ll need to add more colour to it to bring it into focus.7.

Apply the elephant painting paintUsing the paint gun or paintbrush, apply the base paint layer to the elephants head.

This will make it a bit more prominent, and you can then paint it on the elephant to create some interesting contrast.8.

Brush it upAnd once you’ve applied the base colour to the surface of the elephant head, brush it up to give it some colour.

If your paint has a fine, silky consistency, you’ll want to use a brush brush to do this.

If there’s no fine consistency, then just use a straight-edge brush.9.

Make a little paintingStationary or dynamic elephants can look great when painted on walls and trees, so a little work can be done to make them pop and pop up on a canvas.

This can be tricky, but once you get it down, it’s simple.

The key is to paint the elephant as though it were standing up on its own.

You don’t need to paint it completely black, you just need a bit of colour.

To do this, paint a layer of colour on the base and then paint over the layer of the base again.

This allows you to add depth to the paint without being distracting.10.

Paint the elephant in a different colour to your baseOnce you have your elephant painted, you should start adding the colour to that layer of your base.

This layer of paint can be a dark grey, a dark brown, a light grey, or a soft, neutral colour.

We use dark grey because we want the elephant paint to have a more neutral colour and to help it blend with other colours.

Once you’ve painted the elephants base layer, you’ve got a great base colour, and then you can start adding some highlights.

You’ll add a few highlights to your paint by using a paint spray brush.

We often add a little of the colour on top of the elephants painting, so it looks like it’s going to fade away.11.

Paint a few more elephantsTo add some more contrast, you could add a couple more elephants to the base.

To make them stand out a little, add a bit to the other elephants paint and then add some highlights on top.

You could add another layer of highlight paint on top to give the elephants more contrast and make them even more interesting.

You may also want to paint some highlights over the elephants paint to give them some depth.12.

Add the elephants back to the mixOnce you