From watercolor to crayons, learn how to create distinctive quotes that can be hung and shared. With this step-by-step video, you can bring to life your favorite words and create a stylistic collage. By beginning with just a few words, you will be able to focus on color composition. Throughout the video, you will gradually incorporate more words and learn tips on how to work with water-color and other mediums.
Features 64 minutes of premier workshop instruction 4 mini projects to use as practice before a final project Tips and techniques to create meaningful and unique quotes
Materials List Surface Strathmore 140-lb. Cold Press watercolor paper
Media Watercolor half pans
Other Tools and Supplies Art Glitter Designer Adhesive Craft dryer Crayons Mechanical pencils Old book text Over-sized clipboard Paper trimmer Patterned paper scraps Post-it notes Prismacolor colored pencils (optional) Scissors Small white board Spray bottle with water Table salt Washi tape Water container Watercolor palette with several wells Watercolor painted paper scraps White artists tape White paint pen White vinyl eraser Winsor Newton Cotman Watercolor brushes (1/2” Filbert and/or round; 1/4” Filbert and/or round).
About the Artist: Artist Danielle Donaldson has published how-to books, scrapbooking products, and has art featured in various magazines. She mainly works with watercolors and graphite and her imaginative compositions are both delicate and full of color. Donaldson has a degree and background in graphic design, and shares her artistic process and instruction on social media, online classes and in-person workshops.