Hey little birds! Do you want something fun and simple to do on a rainy day, by yourself or with your kids? Let’s talk about sharpies and alcohol. Grab a bottle of isopropyl (70-90%), a glass of wine (or two), paint brushes, a white shirt or a blank canvas, and a box of sharpies. Optional supplies are rubber bands and sobriety.
I recommend getting a BUNCH of sharpies, and getting a ton of fun colors. One box I picked up the 80s Glam sharpies, because it had some rad purples
Have you ever asked yourself what type of paper other artists are using? Or, have you wondered if you're using a good paper for your medium? If you have or if you have questions, I'm going to try to cover a few basics of choosing what type of paper to use for your project. There’s a variety of paper out there, and each one will create a different look. The biggest thing to consider is your Medium! The paper you use for graphite will not be the same kind you use for colored pe
Lately, I've had more and more people ask me how I stay motivated or comment that they're impressed by my motivation. Believe me, it pretty much only applies to art and I wish I had more motivation in other areas. But I wanted to talk about what motivates me right now and how to motivate yourself. Post write-up thoughts: You can use steps/guides for just about anything, from work out goals to art to business. I hope this helps and I'm sorry it's long! Pressure and Accountabil
I made a video of me painting the tiger for my friend's daughter and I thought you guys would enjoy seeing my process. This isn't how all of them are done, but it is a good idea of how I do most of my pieces. Enjoy! #video #roar #art #tiger #watercolor #speedpainting #painting #watercolor #colors #animals #music
Making art is volatile. It is a volatile business, and a volatile action. There are periods when art becomes of great interest to the public, when we become aware of how much it affects our lives. Art surrounds us; it's not just up on walls in museums. We see it in advertisements, in movies, in the clothes you wear, in the car you drive, or the plates and cups from which you eat and drink. Art is in the design of the chairs you sit in, in the design of the desk at which you w