I am having such a blast with Jane's new art supplies! As a former makeup artist, I really dig this line so much because it is inspired by makeup! How cool is that?!
Jane and her team have really done a FAB job with this collection and I thought I'd sure a cute face and how I used one of the mermaid brushes to quickly create a face shape.
I am so loving Jane Davenport's new Making Faces collection of art supplies!
All the supplies can be found at Jane's website
or at your local Michaels store. Look for the end cap with the lovely black packaging.
Christmas time is such a special time of year! I love creating work and imagery based on this beautiful holiday. Such a visual feast for the eyes. There is so much to explore and so much inspiration. The colors. The sparkle. The magic that surrounds us.
This year I am focusing on The Nutcracker. Disney is reimagining this movie and will be out on November 2nd. It looks like the most creative, eye candy, magical movie!! (so be sure and catch that movie as a bit of homework if you want!)
Class begins: November 12th
Early registration - now through November 3rd: $55
Regular registration begins November 4th: $69
Art Club members pricing is $45 (so be sure and join the club if you want to save some $$ here)
SUPPLY LIST: will be sent to you once you sign up. Look for the welcome email.
If I'm wanting to learn to paint faces, is this a good place to start? If you have never painted faces and want to focus on that, I would start with Draw and Paint a girl. Then you'll be ready for this class.
How long will I have access to the course? Lifetime access. Videos are downloadable
Do I need all the supplies on the supply list? No, I am all about using what you have on hand using similar materials and paint colors. My absolute must have color of paint is Quin. nickel azo gold by golden and Luminous opera by Holbein
Will there be a Facebook group? If we get over 60 students then we will have a FB group (so be sure and spread the word!)
“Double, double toil and trouble; Fire burn and caldron bubble.” - from Shakespeare's Macbeth
It is my favorite time of year and I spend half off the summer dreaming and planning for Halloween adventures in art. We are going to be working in our journals, midori style using lots of fun techniques I've never done before. We will be incorporating watercolor ground on some of the pages. We will also be creating a Jack and Sally ornament for your Halloween tree. Here is some homework for you to do before class starts....watch lots of Tim Burton movies and The Quay brothers.
We will take inspiration from Tim Burton, Disney Halloween, and Quay brothers and stir them in our cauldron to create our own girls and pour them into our journal. This is a safe place to experiment and cook up some lively little creepies!
various craft paint colors that you love and/or Tim Holtz distress paints
Daniel Smith watercolors: (this is my palette. I use Zosite, Hematite burnt scarlet genuine, Terre ercolano, sepia, Aussie red gold, moon glow, duo cactus flower, under sea green, sleeping beauty genuine are my favorites)
This is my first bible journaling session although I have journaled about scripture before.....I have never worked in a Bible like this. The pages are thin, so they are delicate but can be painted if you are careful and don't add too much.
I am journaling out of Psalms 32 and I love putting an image to the holy words. It is such a great way to worship and start off the day.
The mermaid markers worked nicely in the journal as well! I highly recommend.
here are the supplies that I used:
If you love this video, I have 2 Christian online workshops on my website here: https://www.mindylacefieldart.com/p/online-workshops_4.html
Look for Sunday Mornings.
My website: https://www.mindylacefieldart.com
etsy shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/mindylacefield
Bible journal: https://amzn.to/2Ovy1pC
Pfeiffer art supply: https://www.pfeifferartsupply.com
Sharpie white paint pen: https://amzn.to/2HplrsO
Portrait set: https://amzn.to/2JTU2Md
prima square watercolor brush: https://amzn.to/2nyzQ9C
One of my favorite parts of the acrylic painting process, is adding the subtle details with shading and with markers and blending them out with GAC100 golden acrylic polymer. I have a sweet video for you letting you in on the secrets of my process. Really been loving Jane Davenport's mermaid markers and Tim Holtz distress markers !
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