I've received so many questions after sharing this video in my stories today😱 I hope you don't mind if I answer all of them here😜If you still have something to ask, please don't hesitate to comment below. 1) I've decided to use a varnish because Embroidery frame doesn't have a glass to protect my artwork from the dust 2) there are a few types of varnish on the market (be sure you buy the one for a watercolor or paper) 3) I used Daler Rowney varnish and sponges from Art Friend shop here 4) they sell a varnish in a spray form as well (probably lays more evenly, but it's more expensive) 5) the colors didn't changed 6) dried quick 6) very smelly 🤗
Painting Max's base colours layer by layer!.🖌 I’ve finally finished a Christmas commission that I haven't been able to share with you yet! Now I am back to painting Max, Cotton and starting a new project! Can't wait to share more with you guys ❤️ #trekell
I'm going to be posting less process photos coming up here soon. Ramping up for an entire overhaul of... well, everything. Here I am blocking in the foam coated in fiber glass resin with a 2 part epoxy clay. Pulling the characters deph out and really creating the character #wip
Why only have one WIP at a time? Hand cannon!!! Not much changed internally, just a neat shell I’m going to paint. Current paint job is because the shells cannibalized were painted, kinda looks cool tho.
Stolen moments of calm and creativity, they are so rare during this busy/unwell month. A little wooden ornament made with rescued golden book scenes just completed with the idea of making two more as gifts but realizing I won’t get them finished on time to send.... and some fun with Ivy. Plus one of the most beautiful books by #annvoskamp to help keep my heart real during the crazy. It’s not really a #wip @yarnrepublic as my cro-jo is currently MIA though the wreath is not yet complete so that counts? Thanks for the tag lovely 💫