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Art Journaling Techniques for Creative Art Journaling - This art journaling series (Part 2) is all about art techniques and tutorials to get you started in your creative art journal.  I will look at using distress inks with make up sponges, adding salt to create effects in watercolour, adding talc to thicken acrylic paint and how to make your own spray inks/paint. Kerrymay._.Makes

Art Techniques for Art Journaling

Art Journaling Techniques for Creative Art Journaling - This art journaling series (Part 2) is all about art techniques and tutorials to get you started in your creative art journal. I will look at using distress inks with make up sponges, adding salt to create effects in watercolour, adding talc to thicken acrylic paint and how to make your own spray inks/paint. Kerrymay._.Makes

Mark making..this seems simple but also like it could be very effective as an exercise/warm up activity. I think there's a lot of room for creativity in choosing mark designs as well. I like it :)

Mark making..this seems simple but also like it could be very effective as an exercise/warm up activity. I think there's a lot of room for creativity in choosing mark designs as well. I like it :)

Do you want to build a snowman? Isreali  artist Tal Peleg draws inspiration from fairytale...

Make up artist creates fairytale inspired designs on her eyelids

Do you want to build a snowman? Isreali artist Tal Peleg draws inspiration from fairytale...

Abstract Photography!! a ton of photo fragments that when in many pieces seem chaotic, but when put together correctly make up a picture:)

Abstract Photography!! a ton of photo fragments that when in many pieces seem chaotic, but when put together correctly make up a picture:)

What Kind of Disorder Do You Have?

What Kind of Disorder Do You Have?

Lorenzo Duran Silva, 43, from Guadalajara, near Madrid, was inspired to create the delicate pieces after watching a caterpillar make holes in a leaf by eating it.:

That should rustle up interest: From a praying mantis to a skull, the amazing art made by cutting into LEAVES (that can sell for £2,400)

Lorenzo Duran Silva, 43, from Guadalajara, near Madrid, was inspired to create the delicate pieces after watching a caterpillar make holes in a leaf by eating it.:

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