The seeds of flax are edible and can be used as a substitute for the oil paints used in traditional oil painting.
Here’s how to use them to create oil paintings.1.
Choose a colorYou can choose any color of flakie, blue, pink, green, purple, purple blue, greenish-yellow, or any combination of the above.
The more vibrant the color, the better.2.
Add flax to the paintingThe first step in using flax seed in oil painting is to add it to the paint.
Flax seeds are a non-toxic plant.
To add flax seeds, place them in a blender or food processor.3.
Blend or process the flax for a minute or so.
The flax will begin to absorb the pigment and give you the desired color.4.
Apply to the canvas3.
Add the canvas to the blender or processor, blending the flakies until smooth.
Once you’ve added the flaked flakes to the blend, you can continue adding more flaky flakes to achieve the desired result.5.
Apply paint to canvasWhen you’re finished blending the flakes, the paint should be smooth and even.
The paint will be shiny and will look great on the canvas.6.
Let dryYou can use a paintbrush or your hands to apply the paint to the paper.
Use a small amount of paint to paint a piece of paper that you’re working on and then remove it from the paintbrush.
You can also add the paper to the brush and let it dry completely.7.
Finish paintingWhen you’ve finished painting, you’ll need to use the brush to add flakys paint to your canvas.
If you use a brush, it’ll make it easier to remove the paint from the paper and blend it again.
Once blended, the flaky flakes should start to adhere to the piece of canvas.
You may also use a paper scraper to gently remove flaky flake paint from a paper piece.