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Monotype Print Still Life – adding Colored Pencil to your Art I spent a foggy afternoon transferring printmaking inks from leaky containers to new ones, sent gratis by the manufacturer.
Making an Intaglio Drypoint Print from Recycled Paper Cartons While walking a freshly emptied carton of frozen Mango & Cream bars to the recycling bin, I wondered if the thin
Watercolor Still Life Painting Subjects from Your Own Things Pretend you’ve been given a watercolor painting assignment to paint two small still life arrangements. For the first painting, the subject
Make a Monotype from Things Around the House This was a quick experiment to see if I could pull a monotype print – without a press – from tube watercolor
All About Watercolor Paper
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How to Title Your Art
Everything you need to name a single piece of art, or an entire series, after you create, or before your first draft.
Intro to Monotype Printmaking
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Using the Grid Method
How to use the grid method to get more accurate drawings underneath your paintings and printmaking.
Feedback from art collectors and folks enrolled in classes at BelindaTips.com
Artist/Printmaker – enrolled in How to Title Your Art
The struggle to arrive at a name for a painting is over. Following Belinda’s well-conceived prompts, I make a list of relatable, interesting words to use – and within minutes I have a unique title . I actually look forward to the naming stage now!
Artist/Collector – purchased a watercolor painting
A wonderful piece! Beautifully drawn and colored, full of warmth. The shipping was super fast, and the artist is a delight. Be sure and read her blog, too. She’s generous with her time and tips.