May 18, 2018 • Daniel Bohnett
This new technique creates straight lines, checkerboards, and new designs. You will need: a plastic card, a surface to paint on (here I am using a piece of cardboard with a plastic layer over the top), a "palet" to paint on (here I am using a shorter piece of cardboard with a plastic layer over the top), ArtWaters medium, and an ArtWaters color. Start by pouring ArtWaters medium into the center. Next, do a straight line of ArtWaters color onto your palet. Dip your plastic card onto your palet color, covering the bottom of your card. Now place your color...
May 13, 2018 • Daniel Bohnett
This technique transforms your peel offs into cutout designs. You will need a pair of scissors and a peeled ArtWaters design. View the above video to create a fish, and view the below video to create a butterfly. The designs for the cutouts come from AuntAnnie.com. Congratulations! You have made a great cutout design!! Thank you for visiting, add to your bookmarks (Ctrl+D) and keep in touch.
May 12, 2018 • Daniel Bohnett
Using a cup creates new designs. I will be using a cup, cardboard, scotch tape, ArtWaters Medium, and ArtWaters Colors. Start by taping your cardboard, smoothing out any bubbles, then pour 1/2 ounces of ArtWaters Medium into the center. Drop ArtWaters Colors as desired, then place cup onto your ArtWaters design, then slowly turn your mixture. Lift cup up and discover your new creation! Wonderful! A great looking unique design using a cup! Thank you for visiting, add to your bookmarks (Ctrl+D) and keep in touch.
January 05, 2016 • Daniel Bohnett
Once your ArtWaters painting is dry, you can add picture cutouts, great for making collages. For my project, I will be using 3 cutouts and an ArtWaters painting. Glue your cutouts onto your dried ArtWaters painting. I glued eyes and arms cutouts. ArtWaters with cutouts can create awesome works of art! Once you've finished with all your cutouts I recommend Adding a Clear Resin Finish. Thank you for visiting, add to your bookmarks (Ctrl+D) and keep in touch.
April 12, 2015 • Daniel Bohnett
This technique is fun and colorful, I call it "Magic Brush". To create your magic brush, mix equal parts of ArtWaters Expander with ArtWaters Colors then dip your brush into the mixture. Create new unique designs with your magic brush using different ArtWaters Colors mixed with ArtWaters Expander. You can make new stunning artwork with your "Magic Brush". Thank you for visiting, add to your bookmarks (Ctrl+D) and keep in touch.