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Monthly Archives: July 2010
Tweet I started using glitters in my art in 2004. I absolutely loved the look, feel, and texture of it. Like a kid I was fascinated by its shine and jewel like quality. I came across it by accident at … Continue reading
Tweet When I was a student I used to get into the habit of gathering household items to use as my art supplies. I may not have had the money to buy stuff from the art store or I just … Continue reading
Tweet I was introduced to Prismacolor pencils when I was an art student at the University. We had to use them for several of our drawing assignments in which we learned several great techniques with them. What I loved … Continue reading
Tweet I never paid too much attention to framing because I always thought that there would be someone else to do that for me. I used to think that as an artist I would create and I would … Continue reading
Tweet I discovered Sculpey back in 1999 not too long after I graduated from the University. I was looking for something that I could do at home that was colorful, fun and fairly easy to use. Sculpey is a oven … Continue reading
Tweet My sister and I were interested in doing something artistic and fun over the summer so we made a trip to Hobby Lobby and found a product called Creative Paperclay (retailed at 4.99). It has the feel of wet … Continue reading
Tweet As an artist I mostly work in acrylic paint. I like the fact that it dries fairly quickly and I can get a lot of work done in a shorter period of time. Due to the fact that it … Continue reading
Tweet I decided to create this blog because I have many years working as an artist and working with many different supplies. I wanted to create a resource for people who might be interested in being creative. Parents and teachers … Continue reading
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