Drawing on the Stone




Introduction: Drawing on the Stone

About: Happy life lies in a peaceful mind. I like DIY everything, design special things, painting.

Stone is a ordinary things, maybe there's a heap of stones outside. Use your imagination and creativity, these ordinary things also can become extraordinary. Draw your favorite images on the stones, unique things only for you. Doing it manually is possible and not too hard, now start with me!

Step 1: Prepare Material

Firstly, you need a stone, you can find one outside. Then, prepare following paint tools:
- Acrylic paint color set
- Paint brushes
- 2B Pencil
- Acrylic color medium
- Color Palette

After these tools are ready, choose the image what you want to paint. I'm going to drawing Spongebob Squarepants.

Step 2: Underpainting

You must underpaint the stone before drawing it. Spongebob squarepants is yellow, so I paint the whole stone with yellow color.

Step 3: Draw the Draft

After dry in the air, draw the draft with 2B pencil on the stone. You can draw different image on both the front and back of the stone.

Step 4: Draw Image

Now let's start draw the image following draft. You need patience and drawing carefully. Waiting for the front side dry in the air, you can draw the back side.

Step 5: Done

That's how to draw on the stone. Please enjoy!

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    8 years ago on Introduction

    We don't have any native stones by me. At least none I've ever seen. Once I dug a pit about 5 feet deep in order to plant a post and I ran into a pebble. It was more like an overgrown grain of sand than a stone though really.

    Ally Zhao
    Ally Zhao

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Yes, it is very hard to get a stone in the city. I went to a lot of parks, then picked up this stone. Maybe there are many stone near the river.


    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Because of the geology of where I live we simply do not have any natural stones at all. We actually import stones here and there are places where you can buy them. But stones aren't cheap here! A small pile will set you back about $300. I've been to the hardscaping suppliers and checked it out.


    8 years ago

    太棒啦 我喜欢