November 29, 2019 1 min read
Contact paper masks are a great way to create a negative shape or protect an area of your painting you don’t want to adjust.
In this clip from her video workshop, Collage: Paper, Patterns & Glazing, mixed media artist Anne Bagby shows you how she cuts a transparent mask and then uses it to protect part of her figure painting. Once she has the mask set, she can stencil and stamp without fear of losing the part of the painting she wants to keep safe.
To learn more about using stencils and stamps in your own mixed media work, check out Collage: Paper, Patterns & Glazing with Anne Bagby.
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