Painting by Numbers is a system where a picture is divided into shapes, each marked with a number that corresponds to a particular color. You paint in each shape and ultimately the picture emerges as a finished painting.
'Painting by numbers' may not be as egregious a pursuit as one might imagine. Leonardo himself invented a form of it, assigning assistants to paint areas on a work that he had already sketched out and numbered." Great way to decorate your room and to release stress. Also, it makes a wonderful gift! Note: Picture is not framed.
Find a nicely lit area to start on your painting so you can see your work clearly.
Make sure your surface is protected - a plastic table cloth or some newspaper will work well.
Have a container of water close by to clean your brushes in between colors.
Also, be sure to have a cloth or some paper towel to dry your brushes in between washes.
Size: 40 x 50 cm (16 x 20 inch)
1 x linen canvas (rolled in a tube)
1 x set acrylic paint
3 x brushes
2 x non-trace hook
2 x screw