How to paint oil pastels

A new set of instructions for painting oil pastel paintings can be found on Amazon.

The instructions tell you to paint with oil, not paintbrush or paintbrush with acrylic.

And while the instructions say you should start by using a “low pressure” brush (which means that you need to start with a thin coat of paint on the surface of the canvas) you should also add a “medium pressure” one.

The medium pressure brush is a little more gentle on the skin, but the low pressure will give you a better look at the canvas before applying the paint.

The high pressure brush (a little heavier) will be easier to work with and is recommended for thicker canvas or more intricate paintings.

To use the medium pressure one, first place the brush on a piece of paper and rub it against the canvas.

The brush will glide over the paper and pick up the paint onto the canvas surface.

When you’re done, place the paintbrush on the brush and rub the brush against the surface again, adding more paint when necessary.

If you want to add a brushstroke to the mix, use a brush with a small diameter and a smooth base.

It should glide over just the paper.

Next, put the brush in a container that you can fill with water.

It will absorb the paint, so don’t worry if you start to run out of paint when you’re ready to start painting.

Add the water to the brush, add a few drops of acrylic to the top of the container, and put the container in the refrigerator overnight to soak up the oil paint.

You should see the paint on your canvas starting to take on a nice golden hue, then you’ll be ready to go.

Now, you can start painting the painting.

First, start by starting with a light coat of acrylic paint on a paper that’s about 1/4 inch thick.

Paint a thin layer onto the paper, starting with the very thin top layer, then the thicker layers.

You want to be able to get away with a little extra paint.

Once you’ve painted the top layer to a depth of 1/2 inch or so, add some more layers to make a nice, thick layer of paint.

Use your brush to apply the thin, golden layer to the canvas, starting from the top and working your way down.

Now paint the very thick, dark paint layer over the very dark top layer.

Repeat the process for the next layer.

When all the layers are done, the canvas will look like this.

Next up, you’ll want to use a medium-high pressure brush.

You’ll want a brush that’s at least 1/8 inch thick and smooth enough to be used on the thin top and thick layers of paint you just painted.

If your brush has a handle on the end, you might be able go ahead and just take the handle off and use it.

If not, then just add some pressure to the paint and you should be good to go on your next painting.

For more painting instructions, check out our primer tips.