Post Impressionists paint movement, and color and use thick paint. one
example is Vincent Van Gogh’s in Starry Night. He painted movement and color
and used thick paint. I painted a picture and it looks like Starry Night. I used
movement and color and thick paint on my example. All you need to know to paint
a Post Impressionist painting is how to use thick paint and color and how to
create movement with brush strokes.
How to Paint a Post-Impressionistic Painting Step by Step
- Get a big piece of paper.
- Get any three colors of paint.
- Take a color of paint and paint a swirly line so it looks like moving
clouds that are being blown by the wind.
- Take another color and paint another swirly line so it looks like clouds
being blown by wind also, but smaller and on top of the other ones.
- Take another color and make a another swirly line like the others but on
- Now take some paint and make a dot the size of your thumb, from the tip up
to your nail top.
- Take another color and make a dot on top of the first one in step 6 but
the size of your index finger, from the tip up to your nail top.
- Take another color and make another dot the size of your pinkie finger
from the tip up to your nail top and put it on the dot that you did in step
- Then add more to the top color of each color and it should look like this.
- Look at yours, mine, and Van Gogh’s Starry Night, you should notice that
yours and mine do not have anything but stars and swirly lines for the
clouds. Starry Night has stars and swirly lines for clouds, houses,
buildings, and also for a mountain. That is how you paint a Post
Impressionistic painting. If you follow these simple steps your drawing
should come out pretty well.