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How to Paint Like Roy Lichtenstein

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Lauren Leese

on 4 April 2016

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Transcript of How to Paint Like Roy Lichtenstein

Step One
Find a panel in a comic strip that you really like. Preferably one with explosions, or a crying woman.
Get your materials. You'll need some paint in primary colors, and a big canvas.
Take the comic book panel and slice it so that only a few details are showing. Perhaps a gun, or a person's face.
Step Four
Copy the outline of your cropped comic strip onto the canvas using a pencil. If there are speech bubbles, make sure you change the text slightly to make it more mysterious.
Step Two
Image by Tom Mooring
Step Three
How to Paint Like Roy Lichtenstein
Step Five
Paint skin, lips, and eyes in using Ben-Day dots. Paint hair and clothes in a solid color. With inanimate objects, you can choose whether or not to use Ben-Day dots.
Step Six
Paint the outlines and text in black.
Finished!
A REALLY big canvas.
Reality check...
Okay, now if you actually tried this,
you'll know that it's not that easy
to paint like Lichtenstein. The Ben-Day dots are actually really hard to get right, and painting a picture that looks like a computer print
takes a lot of practice and skill.

But, of course, that doesn't mean you can't give it a go :)
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