Are you looking for a blast of visual inspiration?  or maybe you want to learn how to paint, draw or make something?  Scroll down…

When You Can’t Remove Paint with Gauze Add it Back In

In this Book of Backgrounds experiment, I’m trying to use gauze to remove paint so I end up with tiny lines. So if I can’t remove, I’m adding it back.

When a Background Technique Doesn’t Work Out

Had an idea, didn’t work, changed my mind and in the end.. LOVED how it turned out.

Bubble Wrap, Transparent Reds and White Polka Dots

Bubble Wrap, Transparent Reds and White Polka Dots

Stipple, Scumble and Drybrush with Bright Yellow Greens

In this tutorial, you’ll learn about stippling, scumbling & drybrushing using colours in the same colour family and then what to do if you apply too much paint.

Create that Old Styled, Cracked Plaster Effect with Some Modern Glam

Create that Old Styled, Cracked Plaster Effect with Some Modern Glam

Using an Onion Bag for a Snakeskin Look

Getting funky using an onion bag to create a background that looks a little bit like snakeskin with a hand-print and metallics.

Using a Baby Wipe to Make a Stamped Impression

Learn how to use acrylics and metallic paint to create a tarnished background and witness a happy accident when I use a baby wipe to lift up some paint.

How to Create a Vintage Styled, Metallic Marbled Background

Learn how to create a vintage styled, metallic marbled background which can be used as a background and on 3d objects, such as a tray or vase.

Lumocolour Permanent Special

I use these pens exclusively for pen and ink (alone, with watercolours, acrylics and oils), reverse glass (with acrylics and oils), art on plexi-glass, regular glass, sheet metal, aluminum, polymer clay, resin, ceramics, glazed porceline and any other non-porous surfaces.

How to Create a Tarnished Metallic Background

Learn how to use acrylics and metallic paint to create a tarnished background while using paper towels and wax paper as the painting tool.

Lumocolour Permanent Special

I use these pens exclusively for pen and ink (alone, with watercolours, acrylics and oils), reverse glass (with acrylics and oils), art on plexi-glass, regular glass, sheet metal, aluminum, polymer clay, resin, ceramics, glazed porceline and any other non-porous surfaces.


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