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Tag: Other Art Mediums Including Gouache Tempera Digital & Collage
Collage artist Serena Barton challenges artists to break free from a focus on precision and to embrace wabi-sabi—the Japanese philosophy of finding beauty in imperfection and transience—to make mixed-media art with a worn, timeless appeal. Follow Serena as she finds …
Metalpoint (also known as silverpoint) is a fascinating medium that’s coming back into popularity. I happily root for the unsung hero, and since metalpoint isn’t mainstream (yet!), here are some perfect examples of what can be achieved in the medium from Drawing magazine.
Intro to Hi Fi Digital Coloring with Brian Miller If you’ve ever wanted to explore the digital coloring techniques used by comic book and sci-fi artists to create vibrant characters, this is a great tutorial to get started. Expert comic …
Watercolorist Brenda Swenson shakes creative boredom by making colorful mixed-media collages. Here she shares her step-by-step process for San Juan Bautista Mission (watercolor collage on paper, 11×15). Read her article “Little Pieces of Color” in Watercolor Artist (June 2011). …
Preview Paper Collage Techniques with Nita Leland below to learn how to encase objects, like these oak leaves, in rice paper using gel medium. So what makes this particular collage technique so great? gel medium is archival, as is the …
This week’s Jen’s Pick takes us back to ancient 2008, but there’s nothing dated about the excellent instruction in these two videos. In these video workshops on acrylic collage, Merle Rosen takes a looser, more dynamic approach to painting and …
Are oil pastels compatible with other (non-oil) pastels, and do the same application techniques apply? Do they have any different requirements for such things as supports, priming and fixing? Find out in this “Ask the Experts” article!
How could casein have been practical, especially among pre-1960s illustrators, with whom it was so popular? How did they avoid the color staining and contamination? Find out in this “Ask the Experts.”