- Spiral-bound: 128 pages
- Publisher: Walter Foster Publishing; Spi edition (January 1, 2014)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1600583660
- ISBN-13: 978-1600583667
- Product Dimensions: 7 x 1 x 10 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds
- Average Customer Review: 100 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #90,037 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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101 Mixed Media Techniques: Master the fundamental concepts of mixed media art Spiral-bound – January 1, 2014
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Art Journaling: Stenciled Pages
Using a stencil and some molding paste is a great way to add texture to your surface.
Simply put the stencil down on your surface and use a palette knife to spread molding paste through it. Hold the knife at a 45-degree angle to keep the surface flat and even. If you're using a thicker stencil, you'll want to scrape the paste so that it is even with the top of the stencil.
Pull up the stencil and allow the paste to dry for about a half hour--you can use a heat tool to speed up the process. ARTIST TIP: Mix in some paint with the paste to tint it. If you're working in an art journal or with paper, use light molding paste.
- Molding Paste (Light Molding Paste for lighter papers)
- Paint (small amount for tinting)
About the Author
Cherril Doty is an artist, writer, and Director of the Sawdust Art Festival's Studio Art Classes in Laguna Beach, California. While she holds a masters degree in counseling psychology, the need to create has called, and Cherril followed her muse to try new forms and search possibilities. Mixed media represents the culmination of the search and is the process by which to achieve still more through teaching and experimentation. Visit www.cherrildoty.com to learn more.
Suzette Rosenthal earned a BA in Art from California State University, Los Angeles. In addition to designing and producing a high-end line of knitwear, Suzette is drawn to collage, using textures and color to create visual interest.
Isaac Anderson is a self-taught artist who's passion for photography has taken him on many journeys as documentary filmmaker. He has spent the last eight years in Southern California experimenting with photography, mixed-media painting and documentary filmmaking. Joe Martino spent many years teaching chemistry, anatomy, and marine biology, but he has always been an artist at heart. He was recently featured as one of Stark County's finest artists in the book Stark ARThology.
Jennifer McCully is a graphic designer who expanded her horizon to include mixed media work. Her creative spirit can be seen on her bold canvases, which feature vibrant and simple objects that are energetic and inspiring. Her childlike creations evoke happiness, and her inspiration is drawn from practically anything. Jennifer is a full-time Etsy seller, operating four different shops.
Originally from a little beach town in Hawai'i called Kailua, Linda Robertson Womack is a nationallyrecognized artist, art instructor, and the author of Embracing Encaustic: Learning to Paint with Beeswax. She recently introduced a series of online encaustic classes bringing together a community of international artists at www.womackworkshops.com.
Samantha Kira Harding is an artist by accident, a writer by schooling, and an explorer by birth. Samantha teaches classes on journaling and the artful experiences of daily life, including "True to You," a workshop focusing on every day as fuel for journaling adventures. She has been published in Somerset Studio, Artful Blogging, Art Journaling and Cloth, Paper, Scissors.
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So, I'll go on YouTube and see if I find a video on the techniques mentioned in the book.
I'm giving this book a 4 star only because there are really interesting things in it. But it lacks a step by step guideline for the reader to understand entirely.