In the following video, Dianne Mize demonstrates how to paint those important changes in contrast between the foreground and background of a landscape, to give an impression of distance. Take a look!
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Today, regular contributor Kellie Day is sharing her steps for creating Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) mixed-media artwork!. . . read more
I’ve always enjoyed making my own stamps (which I use in many of my mixed media pieces) so today I thought it would be fun. . . read more
In today's video, Gloria Page takes us through the (fairly simple) process of carving out your own art stamps. Here, she. . . read more
In today’s video, George James will demonstrate a few methods for minimizing that running, blending quality of Yupo. . . read more
In today's video, Nicholas Simmons is demonstrating what he calls the "sewing machine" brush stroke, which he's using to outline. . . read more
In today’s video tutorial, oil painter Craig Nelson is demonstrating part of his painting process while using a limited. . . read more
In today’s video clip, watercolorist Donna Zagotta walks us through her steps for creating a strong painting composition.. . . read more
If you’ve ever drawn a line of telephone poles vanishing over the horizon, or sketched railroad tracks leading around a. . . read more