This fun raincloud zendangle painted rock is a great rock painting idea for beginners or for those looking to improve their skill.
Every time I create a zendangle style rock I feel I learn something new.
If you have never attempted one of these rocks get ready for a fun new style to bring to your rock painting arsenal.
The best part about creating this style of rock is that there are only a few things to keep in mind, but no real rules! Every rock you make will be unique and beautiful.
Give this technique a try with this raincloud zendangle painted rock.
This page contains affiliate links which means if you make a purchase using the link, I could receive a commission. Check out all the details here.
Step by step instructions for this cloud painted rock
To create this raincloud zendangle rock you first need to start with a cloud.
If you are working on a white rock you can still add on some white. Swirl your paint around to make giant circles and fill them in.
Go along the edge to define your cloud with gray and then go right back with your white to soften the edge.
Now start adding on vertical lines. Some long, some short along the bottom edge of your cloud.
101 Tip: You can always add more dangles. Give yourself enough space to work with. The more you do the more you will get the hang of spacing.
You can add a few horizontal lines to connect some of your dangles.
Now you start to add on your dangle designs. Since it is a raincloud I decided to do a lot of dots and raindrops.
Work your way around the rock with your black. The insides will all be filled so just focus on having your outer edges how you like them.
I always like to have something at the end of each dangle. A dot or raindrop will do.
Now start adding in your color! I did an assortment of blue colors for this painted rock.
Work your way across bouncing around until you like your finished look! You can add on more designs or dangles if you find a space that seems bare.
Take one last lap over your rock using your black to touch up any lines or edges that need it.
I hope you enjoy this fun zendangle rock project!