What do you do with the left over skins after a paint pour? You can throw them out or re-use them in another piece of artwork…but storing them so they stay flat was a challenge. Maybe this video tutorial will work for you?
If you’re not into creating paint pour wall art, paint skins are great to use in other pieces of art because they are so unique.
7 videos of projects that kids, teens and grown ups can do for Halloween & tweak the faces and use the same techniques to decorate ornaments for the holidays.
Although this was just an experiment, you can get so many ideas for a variety of seasons.
The inspiration for this experiment came from Mia’s skull doggy coat. Although things worked out differently in the end, it’s still something that’s really cool.
In this video lesson, you will learn how to make small art only using a stencil. But to keep things interesting, we’ll experiment with metallics and texture, spice things up with the theme of Day of the Dead and make artist trading cards so you can give or trade them away.
In this art experiment, I’ll be using cotton swabs instead of brushes to paint a teeny tiny landscape painting.
Is Paint Pouring Really Art
If you’re not sure how to make an Artist Trading Card, here is a free mini class with 2 projects to help get you started.
Do You Get Utterly Frustrated When Your Acrylic Paints Dry Too Fast?
I put together this little trailer for your enjoyment.
I have to admit, I’m a lover of paint brushes. I have so many different kinds, but which ones do I really use?
If you’re looking at using a photo as reference material for a portrait, there are a few things that can make the process a little easier.
For this particular painting study on how to paint a woman’s mouth, let’s focus less on colour and more on values (lightness and darkness of a colour).
How to Colour Mix a Tinted Chromatic Black
Art Place recently challenged would-be artists to do a two-minute sketch. Today, the challenge is to draw one of your favorite characters.
There is nothing worse than varnishing in the middle of a heatwave, so I did a bunch ahead of time showing different varnish finishes vs the pouring topcoat.
In this video, I’m experimenting with drizzling Liquid Glass on top of a wet pour.
Paint Pouring on Escarpment Stone with One Step Crackle
In this video, I’m experimenting using a round about direct/dirty pour method on a slightly flattened stone.
For this video, I’m going to work with a sample Terra Skin card and texturize the heck out of it.
Acrylic Pouring Experiment #4 – Using Metallic Paint, Miniature Art, Pour into Jewelry and Skins
I think this is the most creative of all the pour techniques, pouring colours into one container and then flipping it over onto a canvas to meld and merge together.
Day 2 of an 8 day experiment on Art Pours using DecoArt’s new acrylic pouring medium. In this video, I’m experimenting using the puddle pour method.
Living on Hamilton Mountain, I have access to an abundance of escarpment stone, which can turn into some pretty beautiful pieces of art.
In this video, I’ll create a seascape painting in acrylics on escarpment stone. This seascape painting for beginners can be done on regular canvas or any substrate that can accept acrylics.
In part 2 of this project, I’m experimenting with collaging tissue paper to a stone and then painting a freestyle daisy on it.
This project was inspired by my friends Allison and Susan, creating this little mixed media pieces in my journal.