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For the base of my art work i applied two coats of white gel and cured it in between for 30 seconds. Followed by removing the sticky layer and buffing the surface for design.
I placed the tips together and drew the silhouette of Mother Nature in the centre of my design. I used multicoloured acrylics that reflect the different seasons and blended them together.
I moved onto painting the different seasons. For the transition from winter to spring; I painted blue sky, waves and sea using different shade of blue, Aqua, turquoise and white. As for Spring I used yellow, green and pink to portray the freshness of leaves and flowers.
For spring to summer; I added a tree, flowers and butterflies to Mother Natures hair using different shades of green , yellow, orange, pink, purple and blue, then added detail.
I then moved onto painting the transition from Summer to Autumn using both light and dark shades of yellow, orange, brown and green on the foliage.
For Mother Nature I used a combination of yellow, red, blue, brown and white for her skin tone. For her hair I blended yellow to green to blue.
Once I was happy with it, I added details to her face and hair shading it to give it more dimension.
I finished my design by adding a layer of top coat to protect it and bring my design to life.
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