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Get Messy Season of Art - Acrylics

It's a new season over at *Get Messy, the Season of Art 101! So for the next few weeks I'll be working in this Field Notes journal, experimenting with art techniques,

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This week was all about acrylic paints and I had a ton of fun experimenting with them.
For my first page I made a background inspired by these paint scraped notecards by Persia Lou.


My next page has a bit of collage, as well as painted papers, gelli prints and then painted vines on top.


On the page below I was doing a bit more experimenting with high flow acrylic paints by Golden. I love these paints!


This week I also played around and mixed up my own paint colors. I actually mix my own colors all of the time, but I've never named them, so it was quite a challenge (in a good way) to come up with names.



Do you mix your own paints much?

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2 comments:

  1. Love how much work you've done this week. You make acryics look as fun as watercolors! ;)

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  2. that stormy pink sky is so luscious, I want to dive in it

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