Learn How To Draw And Paint Mixed Media Faces

*** 6th October 2020 Update – I am sorry to say that the DVD talked about below is no longer available. But good news! You can join me on my Patreon Video-Fanatics tier for a 20 min face drawing process video using coloured pencils, watercolour paint and acrylic paint. I also have some quick abstract face ideas on my YouTube Channel***

Mixed Media Face in purple, blue and rust, by Kim Dellow

 

 

You all know that I’m pretty much obsessed with drawing and painting faces don’t you? If you are a regular to my blog then you can’t have helped but notice the weekly community art share link up that I host called Show Your Face. Well if you are fan too of drawing and painting faces on your mixed media projects and in your art journal then you are going to love this new Creating Faces video from the people who bring you Craft Stamper Magazine.

Trish Latimer, editor of Craft Stamper, along with three other designers Tracy Scott, Clare Lloyd and Kim Dellow (Hold on! That is ME!) are sharing how they create their mixed media faces in ‘Creating Faces’ the video, coming to a DVD player, Bluray player or the Traplet online streaming/ download site NOW!

Creating Faces Video showing how to add faces to your mixed media work

Ok so I might be getting a bit excited, I could hear that deep film announcer guy’s voice in my head just now (could you hear him too or was that just me?).

Anyway, I AM pretty excited because, well 1. I’m one of the designers sharing how I make one of my illustrative faces and 2. I’ve seen all the videos and they are pretty fab! Each designer shares all their tips and tricks and you get to see the whole process in real time.

If you are new to face drawing and painting each designer goes through all the steps they take from start to finish so it is a great place to start. If you are further along with your own face art there are plenty of techniques and tips to add your mixed media toolbox and adapt to your own practice.

Back cover of the Creating Faces video

Creating Faces is available in a choice of formats: £14.95 Bluray, £12.95 DVD £2.50 single download or £8.95 for all four downloads and you can find the Bluray and DVD in the Traplet shop and the downloads on the Traplet streaming/ download page.

But you might want to get yourself along to the Craft Stamper Facebook page as they are doing a GIVEAWAY!

Hope you enjoy watching it as much as we enjoyed putting it together.

Kim

*** 6th October 2020 Update – I am sorry to say that this DVD is no longer available. But good news! You can join me on my Patreon Video-Fanatics tier for a 20 min face drawing process video using coloured pencils, watercolour paint and acrylic paint. I also have some quick  abstract face ideas on my YouTube Channel***



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Kim Dellow is an artist–designer–film-maker living the creative life in London, UK. She's a freelance creative for the craft industry and others, and she loves to share her art-ventures on her blog.

This Post Has 10 Comments

  1. Hazel Agnew

    Fantastic…congratulations Kim….how exciting! Xx

  2. massofhair

    HUGE CONGRATULATIONS Kim! Definitely something i will download as all of you have such wonderful knowledge to share.

    Wondering if we will see your drawing talents turned into stamps one day, now that would be fantastic.

    Missing joining in Fridays, hope to be able to join in again soon.

    Mo:-) xxx

  3. This looks fabulous! I’ve just become interested in creating mixed media girls, first one today in fact. ?
    Is the DVD available anywhere else as the link takes me to a model building shop?

    1. Kim Dellow

      Hiya Magpie's Inkatorium, thanks for popping by my blog to checkout my mixed media face work. I'm just trying to find out for you if this video is still available so I will let you know but thanks for giving me a heads-up on the links it seems the website has completely changed now!
      Kim

      1. Ellie

        Kim, this video looks amazing and I was wondering if you were ever able to find out if it is still available anywhere. I’ve just started art journaling (I know, I’m late to the party, but I have arrived and that has to count for something!) and trying to teach myself how draw and paint and I simply *must* have this video in my life to help me develop my skills! Thank you!

        1. kim

          Hi, I’m sorry to say that this video is no longer available! But keep your eye’s peeled on my blog and YouTube channel (also called Kim Dellow) because I plan to do some more face-related videos this year!

          1. Ellie

            Thanks for the reply! I already subscribe to both, so looking forward to what you have coming next!

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