realistic Pyrography Ranunculus Flower wood burning time lapse art

realistic Pyrography Ranunculus Flower wood burning time lapse art

Hi. Welcome to Pyrography Made Easy. I’m Brenda. In this time-lapse episode I’m gonna show you the ranunculus artwork that I did. I hope you enjoy it. Well I hope you enjoyed the video. The artwork was burned on maple and it took me 6 and 1/4 hours to create it. On my website: Pyrography Made Easy there is a written tutorial, a pattern, and the reference photo for this artwork if you should like to try it yourself. Well thank you again for watching my video, and see yo u next week.

24 thoughts on “realistic Pyrography Ranunculus Flower wood burning time lapse art”

  • It turned out very well. I already know that I'll blow up thank you for the luck with the channel

  • Hi B
    Never even heard of one of these flowers until you just mentioned it haha where did the inspiration come from for this?
    They look like the type of flower that you should plant in fall and then they will probably start to bloom early spring while flowering continuously for 6-7 weeks. They look like the type of flower that could last about 10 days in doors after cutting which I’m guessing is why they’re probably quite popular. They look like the type of flower that you could cut the blooms the day that you notice colour in the buds. I could be wrong though that’s just the impression I get.
    Love the video and the flower looks great πŸ˜ŽπŸ’™

  • Really beautiful work Brenda πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘ŒπŸ‘ŒπŸ‘ŒπŸ‘ŒπŸ‘Œ

  • Your ranunculus is gorgeous, Brenda! Beautiful shading. I love ranunculus in bouquets, they are so lush and full. You have captured that full and lush characteristic! So pretty.

  • M'am you are awesome not only an artist but also a perfect art critic. I would love to hv ur response in some of my videos. This will help me to learn

  • Hi Brenda ^^ your videos are so relaxing to watch ^^ love watching you create every petal of the Ranunculus flower so smoothly ^^

  • Ranunculus , that would be a really great name for a wizard . I have never heard of this flower, it looks very nice i must say.
    It was a pleasure watching you shade in the delicate looking petals, when you created the very dark background the flower then shone and really stood out. Great contrast. The final artwork has a very delicate and intricate quality.
    Another fine piece from you Brenda, always looking forward to seeing your next art video Q .O . P : )

  • Hi Brenda,

    this Ranunculus pyrography artwork is lovely and elegant. I bet, if one could collect all your botanical artworks featuring single flowers and hang them in line on one wall (beige or sand color), it would look gorgeous πŸ™‚

  • Oh Brenda, this was awesomeness ✌️ I really love these flowers too, great work as always my friend, loved this little time lapse πŸŒΈβœŒοΈπŸ‘β€οΈ

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