Using masking tape is a great way to help you loosen up your paintings. However, there is a trick to remove it! Find out what it is here.
A simple way to have more fun with pencil drawing is by using twinchies! Watch this video to find out how they can make drawing more fun.
Continuing with our art journalling tips, I’d love to show you a fun way to warm up when you’re painting! Check out this video to find out what it is.
When decorating your art journal cover, there are techniques that make it easier to fill up the pages. Check out this video to learn more.
For an example of loosening up your paintings, check out this video. I created this artwork of a koala using my egg timer technique.
Want a tip to loosen up your paintings? There are so many ways to do this, but my favourite involves a chicken timer! Find out more here.
If you’re an artist, a great way to start the year is by setting up an art journal! Check out this video to learn why and get inspired about what to include.
Painting with a reference photo can be really tricky. Check out this video to learn how to use them properly!
Do you ever get confused about which pencil to pick up? Often it’s hard to know what to choose. Learn about the effect of each pencil type here.
Have you ever had to bring your own tools to an art workshop? If so, this tip is for you! Check out my preferences for transporting my art equipment around.
Do you often find yourself frowning to see the exact colours and tones in a reference photo? Recently, I’ve found a great solution! Check it out here and see how it can help you.
Curious how different types of pencils are used in a drawing? Learn here how each of the different pencils can impact a drawing.
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