Patterns are always welcome! They have regularity in design which soothes and appeases at the same time. Patterns can be geometrical, they can be abstract, or they can be based on natural or man-made elements too. Patterns have certain symmetry and are found a plenty in nature too and here we have a collection of some amazing bottles with patterns on them. All patterns have been painted using Fevicryl 3D outliners.
Here is the first one a gorgeous scallop pattern on a wine bottle! There have been three colours of Fevicryl 3D outliners used namely yellow, green and red and with them there has been an endless pattern painted on the bottle. We start from the top and move towards the base of the bottle.
The second one is a nature inspired bottle. There is a repetition of ornamental jelly fish and tiny shoal of fishes all over the bottles. They have been painted using Fevicryl 3D outliner Pearl Metallic Gold. You can start by drawing the fishes all over the bottle using a white pencil. Then outline the design with 3d paint and leave it to dry. Voila! You have a beautiful bottle all ready for decor!
This is a set of special bottles. There has been triangular mosaic been painted on them in warm and cool colour scheme again done using Fevicryl 3D outliners. These outliners are ready to use and so simple to apply that even young ones can use them. So on these bottles first an outline of the patter was done using a pencil and then all the triangles were filled using 3D paints. Ensure that you leave them to dry before using them.
And lastly we have a lovely bottle which has a net pattern all over it. This has been painted using pearl shades of Fevicryl 3D outliners. This is actually a very easy pattern to create; we just need to join some dots. Make a few equidistant dots in a line; leave half an inch and make another dotted line but the dots should be in the center of the dots in the line below. Then join them to make a diamond shape and continue this all over. In no time you will have a lovely bottle ready which can be used as an accent or as a lamp too! Go try!