Celebrate with Gelatos and Textural Accents
A look back at CHA

Use your Gelatos® like paint - canvas with Kasia Krzymińska


Hello everybody, Kasia Krzymińska here. With my last blog post as a guest designer I want to show you one of my biggest works I made in last weeks. And I have to admit that I'm proud of myself, yes I am. It's not about the result but about the process. I'm happy I finally tried something else, something that I always wanted to create.


So I started with canvas, few pieces of papers and gesso.


I created bold red lines using Gelato® and wet brush. I need to tell you that this part was my favorite. Gelatos® works perfect with dry techniques but are also amazing when you add some water. That's exactly what I call "pleasure of creating".



I doodled with Pitt Artist Pens - as always :)


Then, to add shadow to some elements on my work, I played with Art Grip Aquarelle Watercolor Pencils and water. Here is the result:




Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft products:

Art GRIP® Aquarelle Watercolor Pencils


Gelatos Colors - Red Cherry 

PITT® Artist Pens


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This is amazing!!! Love it.


Your work is awesome! Love it!

Wilma Voermans

Love this design and colors !! Is the woman a picture from a magazine?


very nice to see how artists apply techniques

Janene M

Amazingly talented! So beautiful. Thanks for the tips and inspiration

Karen Freeman

Love this! did you just keep layering up and adding the other paper and photo? of the woman? with mat medium? this is an amazing work of art. You should be really happy and proud of yourself. Tempted to have a play myself.

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