First off, this is my first Instructable, so please give me feedback on how I'm doing. =)
Spray paint space scenes are fun and with a little bit of practice, you can make paintings to amaze all your friends and family.
Okay, so lets learn how to paint amazing space scenes, like the one below!
You will need:
-Poster paper (must have a glossy side!)
-Spray paint (the more colors the better)(oh, and glossy paint works the best)
-Rubber gloves (optional)
-magazine or newspaper pages
Step 1: Chose Your Colors, Then Spray Them.
Put your poster paper glossy side up (I cut my posters into halves or quarters to make them more manageable). Get an idea in your head of where you want your planets/moons/stars, and also what colors you want them.
Pick two colors for each planet/moon (my colors are yellow and red for my planet and blue and pink for my moon).
Spray the colors on top of one another in the general area you want the planet and moon. It's okay to spray larger areas than you need, in fact it's good to do to insure there is no white showing through on the edges of your soon-to-be planets.
Generally speaking it's best to spray the lightest color first, then the darker one, but you can do it either way.