Tag Archives: supplies

Book of Color, Study of Green

The fourth panel in the Book of Color is Green. Below are the supplies I used: Acrylic paints – soft body and fluid.  These three were very different in color.  The inexpensive acrylic was a beautiful grass green called Green … Continue reading

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Book of Color, A Study of Yellow

Here is the third panel in my Book of Color, A Study of Yellow.   Here are the supplies I played with. Acrylic paints (heavy body, soft body and fluid) – All of these created a nice yellow with some … Continue reading

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Book of Color, Study of Orange

Here is the second panel in my Book of Color. Here is a picture of what I pulled out to play with. This looks like a great selection right?  Lots of variations. Here is what I discovered: All of the … Continue reading

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Book of Color, A Study of Red

I am enjoying Julie Balzer’s Winter 2018/2019 series of on line classes.  I started with her class on making “Lantern Houses” and am now beginning her “Book of Color”. The first panel is a study of the color red. I used … Continue reading

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Gelli Arts Printing Plate

Have you seen this? Today I watched videos from two of my favorite artists, one from Roben Marie Smith and one from Samantha Kira Harding on how they use this new tool by Gelli Arts called the Gelli Printing Plate.  I was … Continue reading

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Black Writing Pens

My plan for today was to spent a few hours in the art studio to create something, anything to get my artistic juices flowing.  I didn’t have anything in mind particularly and sure enough when I sat down at the … Continue reading

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List Journal – Caran D’ache

This weeks prompt for the List Journal project was to chart your favorite watercolor crayons.  Mine are the Caran D’Ache Neocolor II.  Some of my favorites are below (on the right side of the spread).  These watercolor crayons are so … Continue reading

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