Basic Arts & Crafts Tips : How to Buy & Store Colored Pencils

Hi, I’m Matt Cail of homepaintings.biz and today I’m going to going to show you how to buy and store colored pencils for your artwork. First things first, what do you want to use your colored pencils for in your artwork. I recommend deciding whether or not you want to do detail work, which then I would recommend having finer lead tip, or for broader, larger work, at which case, a colored pencil may be about as thick as your

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Urban Evolution – Street Art Documentary

street art is so much more than just doing work with spray cans it includes a lot of other art forms pretty much anything that’s temporary and in the public space Street art in melbourne first arrived in the 1980s from the vibrant city of New York what started as trainway scrawls political slogans and silent protests gradually took on an artistic form which created a whole new subculture in Melbourne by the end of the nineteen eighties street art

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Candy Cane Stripes Christmas Monogram Cookie Stencils

Start by pressing a sheet of glad press and seal to the surface of your monogram stencil Use a cutting tool like the gyrocut to cut through the plastic in the exact shape of the monogram Gently peel off the top layer to use later Now take your masked stencil and put it into the stencil genie over the cookie Use cookie magnets to hold down the details of the stencil around the cookie edges Now load your airbrush with

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Champagne Toast to 2019; New Years Cookie Stencil

Take a piece of Glad Press and Seal then press to the surface of your stencil Gently cut around the champagne design Peel off the outer plastic then set aside Peel off the inner plastic to mask off the Nouveau Fan background stencil Put the background stencil over the champagne accent then press your mask to it The accent stencil should fit nicely into the masked area of the background stencil Put your stencil into the stencil genie and position

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Making Airbrushed Shirts : Using Plastic Bags on Airbrushed Shirts

This business is a dirty business, you can see my hand’s got a lot of paint on it. Teeshirt paint is generally a water-based paint, soap and water will get it off, sometimes it will stay a little bit longer, some colors like the reds and stuff. Remember the paper towel with the wrinkled up, if you’ve watched all along, how it gives you this thing? Basically, the same concept, you go to get a ziplock bag, maybe your dad’s

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How To Inlay Furniture with Benjamin Moore Paint By Using A Stencil

Hi I’m Janna from Cutting Edge Stencils. Today we are going to stencil some furniture. Together with Kim Myles, we created this beautiful Indian inlay furniture stenciling kit. With this kit and Benjamin Moore paint, we’re going to transform this, into that! And this is how we did it. Look how beautiful it turned out and it was so much fun and so easy. Do-it-yourself with Cutting Edge Stencils and Benjamin Moore paints. Thank you for watching!

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Making Airbrushed Shirts : Adding Details to Airbrushed Shirts

Okay, you’re following along, kind of showing you some simple ideas to make some more creative backgrounds and stuff to jazz up your work. Notice how I just used one color on that and it looks good. Go to your nearest copying machine, you’ve got a printer at home, whatever, plain piece of white paper, grab it anywhere, tear it. Get your paint. Same thing before with the straight piece of the paper towel but now it’s got a little

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Making Airbrushed Shirts : Using Paper Towels on Airbrushed Shirts

You’ve been following along, showed you a simple shirt with just a simple background. I’m going to show you some cheap little tricks on doing some things if you want to create jazzier, a little more textury, a little more eye appealing backgrounds. Piece of paper towel. Cheap, can find it anywhere. Probably have some in your cabinet at home. Get you a piece, wad it up. Find you a nice color you want to play with, I like purple.

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Making Airbrushed Shirts : Washing Airbrushed Shirts

Okay, speaking of laundry, can you wash this? I kind of went over it a little bit in the last video if you’ve been watching and following along all the time. You’ve got your top binder on it, it’s dry, and you’ve heat-set it. Pull it off your board, keep your clothes pins close. Some people tell you to turn it inside out, you can do that, it’s no big deal. Throw it in your washing machine, gentle cycle, just

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Making Airbrushed Shirts : Using Tape on Airbrushed Shirts

Hi, you’ve been following along so far. Still using the color purple, it’s my favorite. Let’s put this down for a minute. Local hardware store, get the cheapest tape you can find. This is two inch wide, you can use any size tape you want. Tape will stick to the shirt, make sure you push it down. I’m going to put another piece on the other side and show you why you want to make sure you push it down.

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