21 Best Free Acrylic Painting Lessons On Youtube

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free acrylic painting lessons. techniques, tutorials, videosHello guys,

today I want to share with you my favorite free acrylic painting lessons on YouTube.

I have a list of MANY great ones, but for the sake of this article (and because I know you won’t have the time to watch all of them), I decided to just pick my top favorite ones 🙂

Also, for the sake of your time, I combined them into different categories, like acrylic supplies, tips, techniques, follow along and time lapses.

I hope you enjoy them and feel free to leave a link below to your favorite YouTube videos on acrylic painting as well as some tips/tricks you would like to share 🙂

 

Before we get to the videos, here are some related articles you might like:

 

P.S. if you enjoy these videos, you can always thank the original creator by going to Youtube through the link in the player and liking the video or following them 🙂

 

Also, if you would like to learn more from actual courses on acrylic painting, I recommend Skillshare.

Skillshare is a platform full of courses on different topics, especially art, and even though it isn’t free,

when you follow my link you automatically get 2 free months of Skillshare!

And you can definitely learn a lot in 2 months if you dedicate time to it 🙂

And here are just some of the 292 results (at the time of writing) that came up when I searched for “acrylic” :

Acrylic painting tips, techniques, lessons | free 2 months of Skillshare

 

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Free Acrylic Painting Lessons On Youtube: Art Supplies

In this video by Lachri Fine Art, she goes over in detail about her favorite art supplies starting from canvas and all the way to easels.

She also explains why it’s important to use only the quality art supplies even if you are just at the beginning of your learning.

And the difference between good quality and cheap bargain art supplies’ performance.


There is one more Art Supplies Video I wanted to mention, and this one is by Kaatydid Art.

It’s a little longer than the previous one, but I really appreciate that she shows all of them one by one, opens some up ad so on.

So if you’ve got the time it’s also a great one to look at.

Free Acrylic Painting Lessons On Youtube: Tips

In this section I’ve combined videos that are sort of quick wins.

Where you can listen to the tip and implement it right away for a better painting result!

 

 

Free Acrylic Painting Lessons On Youtube: Techniques

In this category we are talking techniques!

I recommend learning 1 technique at a time, and then implementing it.

The truth is, we can only remember so much at once. So, by practicing the technique you learn it and keep it in your long-term memory.

And then you can come back and learn another technique.

This way you can just keep going until you learned them all.

And only then you know what you prefer and what works best for you 🙂

Good luck!

 

Free Acrylic Painting Lessons On Youtube: Follow Along

In this category I’ve combined videos that are pretty long!

But the purpose and the beauty of them is that you can follow along no problem.

It’s almost as if you were inside a classroom with a professor 🙂

So buckle up and find the time to go through them.

I believe they will help you out greatly!

P.S. if you don’t have the time to watch them right now, you can always share this article on social media or save a Pin to Pinterest so you can reffer back to it when you do have the time.

Free Acrylic Painting Lessons On Youtube: Time Lapse

I absoulutely love watching time lapses!

I think they are great for inspiration especially. So, when I feel down and not inspired – I often go on YouTube and just watch some cool speed painting videos.

It always gets me motivated to go and create something of my own!

They are also great for learning new tips or coming up with topics for your next painting.

Have fun!








I hope you enjoyed the list of tutorials!

If you have any topics in mind that you would like me to cover, feel free to leave them in the comment section down below 🙂

 

As always, good luck on Your Art Path!

-Anna.

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