In the last Ninja Art Tip, I introduced you to a beautiful Japanese watercolour brush known as the Hake brush. Find out how to use it here.
Ninja Art Tip #76 What is a Japanese Hake Brush?
One of my favourite types of watercolour brushes is the Japanese Hake brush. Check out this video to learn how to use it!
Ninja Art Tip #73 How To Prepare For Plein Air Painting
There is a helpful way to start when it comes to plein air painting. Check out this video to find out what it is.
Ninja Art Tip #72 How To Erase Pencil Markings in a Painting Space
As artists, we have to unlearn the way we use erasers. Watch this video to find out what the problem is and learn how to solve it.
Ninja Art Tip #71 How To Dry Paint with a Hairdryer
Have you ever used a hairdryer to dry your painting in-between layers? Check out this video for some tips of what to avoid.
Ninja Art Tip #70 What Never To Do With Oil Paint
Modern alternatives for cleaning oil paint off brushes is water soluble. Check out this video to learn what NEVER to do with water soluble oil paint.
Ninja Art Tip #69 How To Remove Masking Tape
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.
Ninja Art Tip #67 How To Start Your Art Journal Pages
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.
Ninja Art Tip #65 How To Loosen Up Your Paintings: An Example [PART TWO]
For an example of loosening up your paintings, check out this video. I created this artwork of a koala using my egg timer technique.
Ninja Art Tip #65 How To Loosen Up Your Paintings [PART ONE]
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.
Ninja Art Tip #64 How To Start Your Creative Year Well
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.
Ninja Art Tip #58 How To Carry Your Paint Equipment Around
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.
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