Blog, Mixed Media, Video

VIDEO: Quick Gelli Plate Printed Papers

Quick Gelli Plate printed paper from a video by Kim Dellow

A quick video today with a quick look at some quick Gelli Plate printed papers! I have some mixed media projects planned and they need some colourful papers, so what better way to make them than to get my Gelli plate out and do some monoprinting?! So that is what I did and I filmed some tips on using Gelli plates with heavy body acrylic paints because that is what I am using today!

If you haven’t got a Gelli plate, or one of the other synthetic gel-based monoprinting plates on the market, then don’t forget that I do have a blog post all about how to make a gelatin plate. Some of the techniques I share in today’s video are specific for the synthetic plates but you will still pick up some great techniques for using on your DIY plate too!

As always the supplies are all listed below the video and you can find a close up of some of the papers too! Let me know if you have any questions.

VIDEO: Quick Gelli Plate Printed Papers

SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL!

WATCH ON YOUTUBE!

[There are some affiliate links in this blog post, so if you buy through them I do get a small amount of money at no extra cost to yourself, but it really does help. Thanks for your support!]

——— S U P P L I E S ———

Gelli Plate 8 x 10 inch
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

Sennelier Abstract Acrylic paint
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

System 3 Acrylic paint Titanium White
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

Fabriano Accademia Paper is great for this as it is cheaper but if you can’t find it then try other student art or drawing paper. You can also use the Strathmore Printmaking paper but it is more expensive.
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

Plastic Embroidery canvas
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US
Buy from Blitsy US (Ships Worldwide)

Brayers
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)
Buy from Blitsy US (Ships Worldwide)

Palette knives
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)
Buy from Blitsy US (Ships Worldwide)

Plastic palette

Stencils and mark markers

 

Close-up of quick Gelli Plate printed paper from a video by Kim Dellow

——— GELLI PRINTS PROJECT SERIES ———

Try out Project #1 with a technique for turning your drawings into mixed media collage.

Project #2 was all about using gelli prints to make botanical art.

Project #3 use your gelli prints to make cute envelopes with colour on the inside and outside. PLUS there is a free template too!

Project #4 scan your gelli prints and use them to add printed elements in a hybrid art journal page.

Project #5 use your gelli prints to make a cute coordinated present wrap gift set (perfect for Christmas btw!).

Haven’t got a gelli plate? Don’t worry, make your own with this handy blog post on Gelatin plates.

 

So I’m super excited to show you what I used these papers for but you will need to wait until Sunday to see that, mainly because I haven’t edited the video yet!

Have fun with your printing!

Kim



Come And Connect With Me:

YouTube

Instagram

Twitter

Pinterest

Facebook

Join My Newsletter!

Blog, Video

VIDEO: Sketchbook Tour and mini vlog – Inktober 2017

A Sketchbook tour for my inktober 2017 projects, video by Kim Dellow

Did you enjoy Inktober? Perhaps you joined in over on instagram or just enjoyed watching the art that was being produced by your favourite artist day after day through October? As many of you know I joined in too, in my small way, with this worldwide challenge started by Jake Parker and shared a daily ink sketch over on instagram. I wasn’t sure if I was going to manage to keep going the whole month because, well it is hard isn’t it?

So it was a surprise to me to get to the end of October without missing a day and well, yes it wasn’t like I was sharing some of the more complex inking that many of the amazing artist do but I was still pleased with what I accomplished. So today, as requested by you guys, I have a tour video of my Inktober 2017 sketchbook with all the good days and bad days and the scribbles in between!

Scroll down for everything I used over the month and for my Inktober 2017 learning points too!

VIDEO: Sketchbook Tour: Inktober 2017 

SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL!

WATCH ON YOUTUBE!

[There are some affiliate links in this blog post, so if you buy through them I do get a small amount of money at no extra cost to yourself, but it really does help. Thanks for your support!]

——— S U P P L I E S ———

Flying Tiger notebook

UniPin Pens
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

Ecoline pens
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

Tombow brush pen (hard tip)
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

Papermate felt-tip pens
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US

Schneider Topliner pens (colour fineline markers)
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US

Prismacolor Pencils
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US

Faber-Castell Polychromos
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

Winsor and Newton black indian ink (water resistant)
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

Liquitex Acrylic Ink Muted Collection (Muted Pink and Muted Green)
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US

Krylon Leafing pen
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US

lemon sketches from my sketchbook tour for my inktober 2017 projects, video by Kim Dellow



Some of my learning points from Inktober? 

  • Well I definitely see some styles in my work coming through that I return to again and again.
  •  Keeping going and posting is better than aiming for perfection, but this is a hard balance as you still have to remember that it represents you and maybe the only thing people see of your work before deciding if they want to see more or move on. 
  • What I think will be popular on Instagram is totally different to what actually is popular on Instagram ?

If you have any learning points from Inktober, as a participant or a watcher, then please do share in the comments below!

To see the other videos I mention in today’s video click on the links below:

Meadow flowers on Yupo video

Floral and leaf on watercolor design video

Inktober video share with ink washes

For the drawing exercise I talk about in the video read my Sketching Exercise blog post.

And if you want to have a look back over the mixed media face drawing weekly work sharing area then visit – Show Your Face.

Have a super creative Sunday.

Kim

Come And Connect With Me:

YouTube

Instagram

Twitter

Pinterest

Facebook

Join My Newsletter!

Blog, Video

VIDEO: How To Use Reinkers In Your Art Journal

How to use reinkers in your art journal, with a video by Kim Dellow

I am a big fan of getting the most out of your supplies, which I am sure you have guessed by now if you are one of my long term followers! So this week I thought I would get my Distress Reinkers out and use them to add colour to an art journal page. I mean there are just so many ways that you can use them aren’t there?

So my video today is a process video showing how I put this page in my junk journal together. If you look closely you can see that I’m working on a textured surface. I think you can see more of the texture in the close-up photo below. Now, if you have ever tried to stamp on a textured surface then you will know how fraught with stamping fails it is! So I have also shown how I stamp using the MISTI on an art journal page. MISTIs aren’t just for cardmaking and scrapbooking you know!

VIDEO: How To Use Reinkers In Your Art Journal

SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL!

WATCH ON YOUTUBE!

[There are some affiliate links in this blog post, so if you buy through them I do get a small amount of money at no extra cost to yourself, but it really does help. Thanks for your support!]

——— S U P P L I E S ———

Apple Blossom Butterfly, Music & Flowers stamp set
Buy from Craft Stash (ships worldwide)

Tim Holtz Ranger Distress reinkers (Squeezed Lemonade, Tumbled Glass, Peacock Feathers, Spun Sugar)
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US
Buy from Craft Stash UK (ships worldwide)
Buy from Blitsy US (ships worldwide)

MISTI, stamping tool
Buy from Amazon US
Buy from Craft Stash UK (ships worldwide)
Buy from Oyster Stamps UK

Gesso Winsor and Newton Galeria (thick)
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US

Gesso Liquitex Professional (runny)
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

Palette knife
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

Heat tool
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US

Ranger Archival Jet Black ink pad
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US
Buy from Blitsy US (ships worldwide)
Buy from Craft Stash UK (ships worldwide)

Kitchen towel

Water spray

Unipin pen
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

Stabilo all pencil black
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

Close up of the reinker art journal page, with a video by Kim Dellow

I hope that has set your creative head a whirling! What did you think about the stamps? They are part of the Apple Blossom range over on Craft Stash and if you want to learn more about the designers of their products then you will love this article all about them, it is a very interesting read!

Oh and you can get 20% off your first order with Craft Stash by signing up to the newsletter (just in case you wanted to make an order!).

Have fun with your art his week!
Kim





Come And Connect With Me:

YouTube

Instagram

Twitter

Pinterest

Facebook

Join My Newsletter!

Blog, Video

VIDEO: Drawing Meadow Flowers In Ink On Yupo

An ink drawing of Meadow flowers on Yupo, with a video by Kim Dellow

Sunday is a great day to do something creative if you have the time, so I thought, as it is Sunday I would share a video with you showing the process I went through drawing these meadow flowers.  I’m hoping that it will set you up for your creative day and get you itching to work on your next project.

I’m working with a dip pen, or nib holder, and Indian ink again for this project just like I did for my watercolor and ink flowers video last weekend. But, this time instead of working on watercolor paper I am using the synthetic paper Yupo. I’ve already started this project with watercolor paint. And if you missed how to make a textured watercolor background like this then you might want to watch my ‘How To Use Watercolor and Indian Ink On Yupo’ video as well.

As you will hear in the video, I had not initially planned these flowers to be stylised, it is strange how our creative plans change and evolve throughout a project isn’t it?

VIDEO: Drawing Meadow Flowers In Ink On Yupo

SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL!

WATCH ON YOUTUBE!

[There are some affiliate links in this blog post, so if you buy through them I do get a small amount of money at no extra cost to yourself, but it really does help. Thanks for your support!]

——— S U P P L I E S ———
Yupo paper
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

Winsor and Newton black indian ink (water resistant)
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

Dip pen / nib holder
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

Prima Marketing Watercolors (Decadent Pies)
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US

Close-up of an ink drawing of Meadow flowers on Yupo, with a video by Kim Dellow

Do you think you will get some drawing done today? Or perhaps you have another creative project you want to do? Whatever you are doing I hope that you have fun and have a lovely Sunday! Happy creating.

Kim

Come And Connect With Me:

YouTube

Instagram

Twitter

Pinterest

Facebook

Join My Newsletter!

Blog, Mixed Media, tutorial, Video

VIDEO: Ink Pad Art: Make The Most Of Your Ink Pads

Make the most of your ink pads, video tutorial from Kim Dellow

I hope that you are ready to get inky today? Because I thought I would share another idea for getting the most out of your ink pads. Ink pads are a stampers ‘must have’ product but they are quite a versatile art material in their own right. A while back I shared a video showing How to Draw with Ink Pads, it is super fun to do and a perfect project to loosen you up and get you in the creative flow.

Today’s project concentrates on making art with ink pads again, but this time I have some easy masking and stencil techniques to share. Plus I have some tips on how to get a great image using printing with your stamps rather than stamping. You will see what I mean in the video!

VIDEO: Ink Pad Art: Make The Most Of Your Ink Pads

SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL!

WATCH ON YOUTUBE!

[There are some affiliate links in this blog post, so if you buy through them I do get a small amount of money at no extra cost to yourself, but it really does help. Thanks for your support!]

——— S U P P L I E S ———

Hero Arts Shadow Ink, Mid-tone, Ink pads (Butter Bar, Orange Soda, Raspberry Jam, Lime Green)
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US
Buy from HeroArts (ships worldwide)

Hero Arts Designer Woodgrain rubber stamp
Buy from HeroArts (ships worldwide) 

Fabriano Accademia Paperpack 120 gsm A4
Buy from Jackson’s Art (ships worldwide)
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US

Printer paper
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US

Craft knife
Buy from Jackson’s Art (ships worldwide)
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US

Cutting mat
Buy from Jackson’s Art (ships worldwide)
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US

Washi tape or masking tape

Uni-Pin fineline marker pen
Buy from Jackson’s Art (ships worldwide)
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US

Close up of finished ink pad artwork, video tutorial by Kim Dellow

I would love to know how you get on using your ink pads so don’t forget to link me in with your social media shares and my links are all below.

Have fun with your ink pads and I can’t wait to see what you do!

Kim



Come And Connect With Me:

YouTube

Instagram

Twitter

Pinterest

Facebook

Join My Newsletter!

Blog, tutorial, Video, watercolor

VIDEO: Watercolor and Ink Flower Drawing

Watercolor and ink flower drawing and how to add more texture. Video by Kim Dellow

How have you been getting on with your Inktober sketching? If you follow me on Instagram or you are part of my Creative Tips newsletter group then you will know that I’ve been doing a sketch per day and sharing as part of Inktober. I’ve really been doing my own thing and not following the official prompts but using it to generate sketch ideas, play with different styles and practice of course!

I have plans to work up some of my favourite sketches into other projects and I was hoping to encourage you to do the same thing. So today’s video share is a process video for a watercolor and ink flower drawing that comes from my Day 18 sketch. I’m also testing out the Daniel Smith watercolor paints and if you scroll down below you can see a close up of the granulation you get with some of these watercolor paints, You can spot it in the picture above as well.

Anyway, enjoy the video and you will see what I mean about granulation once you have watched it! Oh and I share how to add the punchinella texture too!

VIDEO: Watercolor and Ink Flower Drawing  

SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL!

WATCH ON YOUTUBE!

[There are some affiliate links in this blog post, so if you buy through them I do get a small amount of money at no extra cost to yourself. Thanks for your support!]

——— S U P P L I E S ———

Cold Press Watercolor Paper (I’m using St Cuthberts Mill Bockingford 300 gsm / 140lb)
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US

Daniel Smith Watercolor Primatek Set
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US

Daniel Smith Watercolor Essentials Set
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US

Winsor and Newton black indian ink (water resistant)
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US

Dip Pen / Nib holder
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US

Punchinella
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US

Magic Sponge
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US

Jackson’s Art Raven Brush Size 4
Buy From Jackson’s Art (ships worldwide)

Jackson’s Art Raven Brush Size 0
Buy From Jackson’s Art (ships worldwide)

Kitchen towel

close up of the watercolor paint granulation and the punchinella texture. Video by Kim Dellow

That grainy texture in the photos is the granulation I’m going on about, you can see it really well in the Amethyst color along the bottom. Isn’t it gorgeous?

Let me know how you are doing with your daily sketches and I would love to know what you will be doing with them next. Do you have any projects planned for them?

Kim



Come And Connect With Me:

YouTube

Instagram

Twitter

Pinterest

Facebook

Join My Newsletter!

Blog, tutorial, Video

VIDEO: Testing Distress Oxides on Fabric, Vellum and Yupo

Trying Distress Oxides on Fabric, Vellum and Yupo, Video by Kim Dellow

Have you tried your Distress Oxides inks on different surfaces yet? What surfaces have you tried? Well, if you haven’t had the chance to try out different surfaces yet, I have tried it on fabric, vellum and Yupo and I’m sharing all the results to help you decide what you are going to use them on next!

I’ve got plenty of tips and tricks on how to use Distress Oxides on these different surfaces to help inspire your next card making, art journal or mixed media project. Plus some ideas for how you might want to use them in your next project.

So enjoy the video, the full supply list is below plus a link to my Distress Oxides Step By Step Art Journal video is at the end of this post too.

VIDEO: Testing Distress Oxides on Fabric, Vellum and Yupo

SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL!

WATCH ON YOUTUBE!

[There are some affiliate links in this blog post, so if you buy through them I do get a small amount of money at no extra cost to yourself. Thanks for your support!]

——— S U P P L I E S ———

Distress Oxides
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US

Calico/ Muslin
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US

Vellum
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US

Yupo
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US

My Favorite Things Sketchy Flowers
Buy from Dies To Die for UK
Buy from MFT US

Brayer
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US

Craft mat
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US

Water spray bottle
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US

close-up of Trying Distress Oxides on Fabric, Vellum and Yupo, Video by Kim Dellow

So what have you tried Distress Oxides on? And what will you try next? Let me know in the comments or over on the Distress Oxide video on YouTube. Have fun experimenting!

Oh and do remember that the techniques I have used today are for mixed media projects and not for decorating clothing that will be used and washed. You can’t fix Distress Oxides in fabric and it will just wash out of the fabric.

Kim

Step by Step Distress Oxides Art Journal Video:

Click to see a Step by Step Distress Oxide Art Journal Video



Come And Connect With Me:

YouTube

Instagram

Twitter

Pinterest

Facebook

Join My Newsletter!

Blog, tutorial, Video

VIDEO: How to Layer Gelatos Tutorial PLUS 6 Ways With Gelatos

Techniques with Gelatos, how to layer and use, Video by Kim Dellow

I like using Faber-Castell Gelatos because they are so easy to use and quite versatile too, but they aren’t the best at layering, well, they are if you want blended layers. But if you want distinct layers then I would not usually reach for Gelatos. If you find the same than I have a technique for you in this week’s video that will overcome this issue and let you add as many Gelato layers without you want and without blending the layers all together.

So watch the video if you want to see how I do it and also to see the six different techniques I use to apply my Gelatos in just this one little mixed media canvas. You might also recognise the flower? As promised it is the digital download image that I colored with pencils in last week’s video and if you want to see that video you can find it over on my YouTube channel with lots of tips on How to Color With Prismacolor Pencils. And the image is over in my Etsy shop ready for you to download and color along with three other flowers, this image is the Anemone flower digital stamp.

VIDEO: How to Layer Gelatos Tutorial PLUS 6 Ways With Gelatos

SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL!

WATCH ON YOUTUBE!

[There are some affiliate links in this blog post, so if you buy through them I do get a small amount of money at no extra cost to yourself. Thanks for your support!]

——— S U P P L I E S ———

Canvas board 6 x 8 inch
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

Faber-Castell Gelatos
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN

Golden Matte Medium
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

Palette knives
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)
Buy from Blitsy US (Ships Worldwide)

Punchinella
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US

The Crafter’s Workshop Punchinella Stencil
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN

Cut N Dry Foam sponge
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN

Brush 3/4 flat
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

Printed tissue paper
I used one from Docrafts but it doesn’t seem to be available any more so try this instead.
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN

Plastic palette

Anenome digital flower
Buy from Etsy

Prismacolor Premier Colored Pencils
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN

 

Close up of the Techniques with Gelatos, how to layer and use, Video by Kim Dellow

So have fun with all the techniques I have shared with you today and I would love to see what you make of them so do link me in on social media and all my links are below.

Video tutorial on how to use Prismacolor pencils:

Click to see the video on how to color with Prismacolor Pencils

Kim



Come And Connect With Me:

YouTube

Instagram

Twitter

Pinterest

Facebook

Join My Newsletter!

Blog, tutorial, Video

VIDEO: Prismacolor Pencil Coloring tutorial And Etsy News!

Easy Coloring with pencils with a video by Kim Dellow

I’m using Prismacolor pencils in my video today and sharing some tips and tricks on how to color with pencils along the way. But you don’t have to just watch the video you can also coloring along with me as I have the very same image that I am coloring up in my Etsy shop ready to buy, download and print then colour with your pencils or your pens or whatever your favourite coloring medium is!

Yep, I have re-openned my Etsy shop! I thought it was about time that I did! So look out for new products over the next few weeks and I’m looking forward to sharing them with you! I’ve started with this Anemone flower image that I have been working on recently. You might have spotted it on my Instagram feed and also in my behind the scenes video on YouTube.

 

Click to go to Kim Dellow's Etsy shop

So it seemed like a good idea to do some coloring and make a video whilst I was at it! I’ve used two different techniques to colour the image, one to give a smooth finish and another to just add a little bit of texture, so I hope you enjoy it.

VIDEO: Prismacolor Pencil Coloring tutorial

SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL!

WATCH ON YOUTUBE! You will also find the pencil color list in the video description on YouTube too.

[There are some affiliate links in this blog post, so if you buy through them I do get a small amount of money at no extra cost to yourself. Thanks for your support!]

——— S U P P L I E S ———

Prismacolor Premier Colored Pencils
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN

Faber-Castell Polychromos
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

Neenah classic Crest cardstock
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from Crafters Companion UK (Ship worldwide)

Bristol Board
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

Fine sand paper
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

Pencil Sharpeners:
Kum Long Point Sharpener
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN

Derwent Electric Sharpener
The exact one that I use is no longer available but here is the newest model. However, I haven’t tried this one myself so I can’t say for definite if it works with Prismacolor or not.
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

Erasers:
Cretacolor Monolith
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

Jakar Electric Eraser
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

Soft brush

 

coloring an anemone flower image with a video by Kim Dellow

This project is actually part of a bigger mixed media project that I am going to share with you next week so don’t forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel and click the notification bell so that you don’t miss what happens to this flower!

If you do color this image I would really love to see your project so don’t forget to link me in on social media and all of my links are below.

Kim


Come And Connect With Me:

YouTube

Instagram

Twitter

Pinterest

Facebook

Join My Newsletter!

acrylic paint, Blog, Mixed Media, tutorial, Video

VIDEO: Doodle Art Painting Journal page

VIDEO: Doodle Art journal page by Kim Dellow

Get your doodle pens and brushes ready because this week I am on a quest to get you doodling in your next art journal or painting project. Hey, why stop there? You could go doodle-tastic on your next card or papercraft project too! I don’t want to leave anyone out!

So it is a no-fear, easy art journal page video this week with lots of colour and tips on designing, using colour and transparent and opaque acrylic paint thrown in too. I’ve also added some texture with stencils so grab your favorite stencil whilst you are at it!

Right, got everything you need? You will find the supplies list under the video. Let’s get to it and don’t forget to share the results, all my social media links are at the bottom of the post. You will also find a close-up picture of the texture under the video too!

VIDEO: Doodle Art Painting Journal page

SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL!

WATCH ON YOUTUBE!

[There are some affiliate links in this blog post, so if you buy through them I do get a small amount of money at no extra cost to yourself. Thanks for your support!]

——— S U P P L I E S ———

Junk Journal

StencilGirl Loopy Ladders Stencil
Buy from StencilGirl (Ships worldwide)

Liquitex Heavy Body Acrylic Paint (Raw Sienna, Cadmium Yellow Medium Hue, Cadmium Red Medium Hue, Medium Magenta, Brilliant Yellow Green, Light Blue Permanent)
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

Galeria Winsor & Newton Paint (Payne’s Grey)
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

Posca pen PC-1MR (Black, white)
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

Uni Posca PC-3M Pen (Orange)
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)

Palette knives
…Buy from Amazon: UK | US | CAN
Buy from Jackson’s Art UK (Ships Worldwide)
Buy from Blitsy US (Ships Worldwide)

Palette (piece of plastic)

You can find a list of my favorite and most used art supplies here.

 

Close up of the texture on the doodle art journal page, video by Kim Dellow

Can you see the stencil texture? That is just using heavy body acrylic paint. It is a lovely texture. You can also see some of the texture left over from a previous project where I cleaned paint off of some punchinella onto these pages.

So what theme or themes did you think of? I would love to know, so leave me a comment either here or over on YouTube.

Can’t wait to see all your doodles this week!

Kim



Come And Connect With Me:

YouTube

Instagram

Twitter

Pinterest

Facebook

Join My Newsletter!

Blog, tutorial, Video, watercolor

VIDEO: Easy Watercolour Rainbow background And Flower Art

Make this easy watercolor rainbow background, see how in the video by Kim Dellow

After last week’s Autumnal journal page I thought I would jump straight back into Summer with a rainbow watercolor background and some flower art. I think I can not quite let go of the idea of Summer sun! I know, we have to move on with the season but it doesn’t hurt to have a quick look back from time to time does it? Well this look back comes with a really easy technique for adding your own watercolor rainbows to your next painting or art journal project.

I am also trying out absorbent grounds this week and seeing how they work with the Hydrus watercolors. But don’t worry if you don’t have either because I share some tips on what else you can use to make this watercolor rainbow background.

VIDEO: Easy Watercolour Rainbow background And Flower Art

SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL!

WATCH ON YOUTUBE!

[There are some affiliate links in this blog post, so if you buy through them I do get a small amount of money at no extra cost to yourself. Thanks for your support!]

Supplies:
Junk Journal

Golden Absorbent Ground (White)
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US

Dr Ph Martin’s Hydrus Watercolors
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US

Posca Pen – Black
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US

Watercolor Paper
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US

water spray bottle
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US

Alternative watercolors
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US

Pipettes / Eyedroppers
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US

My Favorite Pen
Buy from Amazon UK
Buy from Amazon US

Close up detail of the watercolor rainbow and flower design. See how you can make one too in a the video by Kim Dellow

For tips on using acrylic paints like watercolor watch my 5 Ways With Stencils video.

For more watercolor inspiration watch my Ideas For Using Watercolor playlist.

I can not wait to see your watercolor rainbow background projects so don’t forget to share what you make with me by tagging me in on social media, all my links are below.

Kim

Come and connect with me:

YouTube

Instagram

Twitter

Pinterest

Facebook

Join My Newsletter!