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Mixed-Media Girls with Suzi Blu: Drawing, Painting, and Fanciful Adornments from Start to Finish Paperback – May 1, 2012
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About the Author
Known for her quirky videos and down to earth style, Suzi Blu is a leader in teaching art to women all over the world through her online school Les Petit Academy. She lives in a gypsy cottage in San Diego, California with her best pet friends Gigi Rainbow Sparkle and Finnegan Glitter Sunshine Magic. She encourages everyone to be an artist. Visit her blog at http://suziblu.typepad.com.
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I purchased the book not only to learn mixed media, but to also learn how to create the "fairy-like" quality you see in her paintings. Her art reminds me of the art of other artists that I admire including the art of Stephen Mackey which you can see in Jane Yolen's book, The Fairies' Ring. I am very excited with this book and DVD set and can't wait to get started learning how to do mixed media and create beautiful art.
In conclusion, I really like the book, I get something new out of it almost every time I flip through, the DVD was pretty good, I pretty much knew everything she demonstrated from her old youtube videos, but a refresher was very nice. This is not only an informative technique book but also fantastic eye candy! :0)
Now the video is a big goofy, and theatrical. I guess that is Her schtick.
But the ideas are good. I ended up buying Prismacolor pencils because of her expertise. But my ideas are just waiting to bloom forth... because they are far from what Suzi does...and that's okay. WE all have to start somewhere.