Kylie’s Face Stencils….Giveaway..Yay!!

I’ve been working on creating some face stencils for Lisa over at Artistcellar. I’m so happy at how they turned out.

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Lulu Art Design team member Dani Choate has created a mixed media tutorial HERE for you to see one of the stencils being used.

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From left to right they are; PEACE, JOY, SERENITY and HOPE. More of my design team are busy creating beautiful mixed media tutorials using my Fowler Face Stencils. Keep an eye out for those.

I’ve been working in my art journal, playing around with these stencils. I used a Tombow Brush Marker 772-Blush through these stencils to start with.

Here is what I created with stencil HOPE.

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and with stencil JOY. Both are works in progress.

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I’m eagerly awaiting for stock to arrive, but in the meantime I’m having a GIVEAWAY.

THE PRIZE

A set of Fowler Face Stencils 4 pck (PEACE, JOY, SERENITY and HOPE)

HOW TO ENTER

All you need to do to enter is comment and let me know what do you find the hardest part of drawing a face/portrait. Entries will be drawn on Monday 23rd October 2017.

 

However, if you can’t wait to find out if you are a winner, and you want to buy some NOW then make sure you get your set(s) here:

For US/ Canada/ South America/UK/ Europe: Artistcellar

For Australia/ New Zealand/  Asia/ Africa:  Lulu Art Store (Please note: my batch is on its way here. Not here yet, but I’ll let you know as soon as they do)

If you would like me to hold you a set/s, email me at admin@luluart.com.au and I’ll put them aside for you when they arrive.

 

Happy Creating,

Hugs,

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Inks & Flowers by Kooky Makes

Kooky_picHi everyone,
I hope you managed a break over Easter, preferably one filled with art.
Over the last few weeks I’ve been rediscovering my love of inks and stencils for bright and colourful backgrounds. A few people have asked me how I manage to keep the colours from ‘muddying’ or going grey so I thought I’d share my techniques with you.
In my video I go through my take on colour theory and the colour wheel when working with Dylusions (or any other non-permanent inks) and create the background for this bright pretty piece.
You can watch the video here:
Supplies List:
Here are the key things to remember with my techniques:
  1. Keep to just a few layers.
  2. Keep cool and warm colours separate
  3. Dab the ink off between sprays
  4. If colours start to get muddy dab them off with the paper towel
  5. Use sprayed water to make colours less vivid or to remove/reduce colour you don’t like the look/placement of.
  6. Work round the piece.
  7. Leave the piece to dry completely before you go in again with more colour!
I hope you enjoy the video and learn something that helps you have more fun with these gorgeous inks. Do share your lovely creations on the Lulu Art & Friends facebook page.
If you’d like to keep in touch with what I’m doing you can follow my blog at kookymakes.wordpress.com or like my facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/kookymakesart
Kooky