It is the second part of my mini series making mini, or small scale art! And this week, I admit it is a little less abstract as I draw and paint a flower to make a small scale floral card. If you want to see the first in the series then pop back to last week’s post. Art series or working on a body of work that has a common theme is very much on my mind at the moment as I think it might be what I do more of this year. But I will tell you more in the video!
In the meantime you might want to take a closer look at the flower I painted for this small scale floral card and there is a close up picture at the bottom of this post. This is the third version of this flower. The first two versions where something that I did for my Patreons. It turned up first in the December Process addicts video and I liked it so much that I turned it into a digital art piece for all my Patreons to download as a thank you. Now it has turned up on this card! But I will tell you a bit more about that too in the video!
VIDEO: How To Make Small Scale Abstract Art For Cards – Part 2
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You can find a list of my favorite and most used art supplies here.
Don’t forget to watch the first small scale art card video in this series if you missed it, see if you can start spotting the elements that make this a series!
And if it is mixed media flower ideas you are hankering after then I have a playlist of floral goodness just for you!
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