You’ll Love This Artistic Inspiration Book If:
- You want find new artistic inspiration through the tips & techniques of fellow artists
- You love learning new mixed media techniques & are searching for new creative ideas
- You’re looking to try something new & express yourself artistically
Struggling with an artistic block? Looking for new inspiration? You’ll find all that and much more within the pages of The Artist Unique. Artist, teacher, and author Carmen Torbus shares her own techniques for expressing your personal artistic style and features great techniques and stories from 16 fellow artists. Learn how to be more creative and share your voice with the world.
You too can emerge triumphant and discover what defines you as an artist. With these 17 mixed media techniques you’ll find new ways to create and tips for putting yourself into your art and how to make art that is truly your own. With this exciting book on creativity you’ll get helpful worksheets and finished illustrations filled with guidance and inspiration.
In The Artist Unique Book You’ll Learn:
- 17 mixed-media techniques & ideas from artists that have overcome artistic struggles
- Tips & techniques for various mediums & creating your own personal mark on your art
- How to use mark makers and creative paraphernalia in new and interesting ways
A Word From the Author:
"Feel free to skip around, try out some techniques, make a mess, get to know the contributors, take note of ideas that pop into your head, and go for it! Think of this book as your tool kit, full of ideas and practical tips and tricks to equip you to begin discovering your signature style." — Carmen Torbus
Check Out This Excerpt From Crafty Superstar:
Texture tools can be used to press into or scratch the surface of your artwork to create texture. You can get a wide range of effects with these tools, many of which can be found around the house:
- Cardboard Coffee Cup Sleeve
- Paper Doily
- Bubble Wrap
- Old Credit/Gift Cards
- Sequin Waste (aka punchinella)
- Paper Towels
- Real or Artificial Leaves (used to make impressions)
- Bottom of a Shoe
- Top of a Salt Shaker
- Garden Tools
Can you think of other everyday items you could use to create texture in your artwork?
Check out this exciting free excerpt: How to create a self portrait using your non-dominant hand and any drawing materials from The Artist Unique!
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