Who doesn’t love playing with transparent layers!
Do you get frustrated when working with metal and your tools do more damage than good?
If you are looking to protect your hands while working with tools, gardening, handline roses or other thorny flowers, these gloves are for you.
In this tutorial, I’m using various things collected from a trip to the Bahamas to create a miniature mixed media piece of artwork.
I’ve been getting a few emails from people asking about all the types of “rose gold” paints I have and this video is to show you the differences between them all.
In this experiment, I’m seeing how far I can push the textured metallic paint through stencils and then another experiment is turning a metallic paint into a chalk finish metallic paint.
ya’ll know I love circles, anything geometric. Well in this video I think I gave myself a headache with the psychedelic stencil I was using! It was an experiment with using two tones of metallic paint.
I’m experimenting (all week) with 2 and 3 tone metallics for a metal piece I’m going to be working on in the future. Prototyping with paint is so much easier, instant results and cheaper if the prototype fails.
This started out as a stencil review, but thanks to Stencil Revolution, a project Joe and I have been working on (conception started last year) will make the job so much easier.
How to Make a Basic Bezel for your Artwork using Flat Aluminum Wire
In this video I’m answering a couple of emails I’ve received on the actual masks I wear in the studio.
With all the recipes online for DIY alcohol ink, I’m sure this one isn’t new. I need custom colours for some resin and wood blanks and thought I’d experiment using Prismacolour Markers.
After a bad few weeks, I felt the need to create something…didn’t really have a plan, but knew I wanted it to be minimalistic, take in circles, which I love and to use some gifted items.
Saving money when learning how to draw is usually on beginner’s minds… but should you use cheap drawing supplies?
So yeah, I was really inspired by some Picasso styled art I was teaching and thought.. hmmmm what if I used a paint pour method to try and create a Picasso abstract. Ok, this does end up turning into something freakish.
What do you get when you mash two master artists together? I love Kandinsky for art featuring circles and Picasso, well it’s really the faces I love.
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.