You’ll Love This Mixed Media Book If:
- You want to practice new mixed media techniques
- You love to find new & creative ways of working with paint & other media
- You want new mixed media ideas from top working mixed media artists & authors
With Mixed-Media Paint Box every week will be an new adventure. With this great selection of 52 mixed-media projects hand-picked by our team of editors you’ll be on your way to flexing your creative muscle. These projects, all selected from one of North Light’s top titles, incorporate painting into a variety of mixed media projects such as painting on silk and other surfaces as well as jewelry making, collaging and art journaling. 45 mixed media artists are featured within these pages, each with their out tips and suggestions for achieving mixed media success.
Improve your own artistic skills with each of these mixed media techniques
. The step-by-step instructions are clear and easy to follow. This mixed media book is great for artists of all skill levels. Whether you’re new to painting or are just looking to push your own boundaries, you’ll find a project to love in Mixed-Media Paint Box
In Mixed-Media Paint Box You’ll Learn:
- How to make jewelry, art journaling, collaging & more using painting & mixed media tips
- How to stay creative with 52 new projects & techniques (one for every week of the year)
- Techniques & tips straight from Claudine Hellmuth, Bernie Berlin, Margot Potter and other great mixed meida artists
A Word From the Editor:
" On the following pages you’ll find 52 projects&mdash:a new one for each week for an entire year. Of course, you’re free to play with the projects and techniques in any order you choose, but if you’re like me, you may not want to have to think that hard. There will be techniques and products here that you’ve probably never tried before (from jewelry to book arts to assemblage), and that’s going to tone up your creative muscle even more." — Tonia Davenport
Check Out This Excerpt From Mixed Media Paint Book:
Look to lesser-used colors in the fabric pattern when deciding which paints to use for the background. You can add white or black paint to the colors you choose to create more contrast.
For example, a fabric with some fuchsia in it might lead you to match a fuchsia paint color, but a better way would be to add white to make it pink, keeping it in the color family without overwhelming your piece.
Depending on the design, you can use as few as three paint colors or as many as you’d like to pair with the fabrics in the artwork
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