Being a DecoArt Helping Artist, my mission is to bring you as much information about DecoArt products by creating blog posts and videos featuring their products. That way you see everything in action.
Looking for ideas on creating some mixed media art with a 60’s feel to it? try this jukebox oldies 4×4 mixed media lesson featuring the King of Rock!
Sometimes you get stuck trying to think of something to create. That’s where an art prompt comes in.
Why always paint on a boring canvas, why not paint a seascape on some rock, but not any rock…rock from the Niagara Escarpment!
If it’s easy to thin down gesso, how to we thicken up gesso? remove water is the easy answer, but how do you do that without the gesso drying out?
I was trying to come up with a really easy artist trading card tutorial for the next swap and I know I wanted the theme to be cat art.
No special tutorial this week…just a bit of reading. I had to write this post due to emails I’m getting from people asking for cheaper substrate alternatives to practice all the art lessons I’ve been giving them.
Have you ever tried copying an Old Master in order to learn a painting style? Are you cringing right now at the thought of “copying an Old Master”? Is it because of “copying” or the fact that I referred to “an Old Master“?
Have you ever found yourself stuck wanting to create something for someone special and you just didn’t have a clue what to make that was really nice, but quick and easy?
What Colours Do You Mix to Make Green? Who cares! just buy bottles of green paint right? Be honest, how many green tubes or bottles of paint do you have?