Altered Bottle.....by Shilpa
"She" Mixed Media Canvas

Tracing with Gelatos

 

Welcome to a video tutorial by Guest Designer Baerbel Born.

 

In my last video I showed how you can apply and text or image on any surface with paper tissues. This time I show you, how you can copy and trace any image you want on any surface with the help of Gelatos. You can trace photos, magazines or your favorite old masters painting on your very own canvas.

My aim is, to bring artwork and painting to everyone, even if you think you cannot draw. Everyone can draw!

The finished results can look like this, and many more results are possible.


I want to show you an aditional detail, the hairband was decorated with rhinestones, and the wings have been highlighted with Glass Bead Glitter Gel to add some glamour. The skin tones have been added with PITT® Pastel Pencils:

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The Mixed Media Journal from Faber-Castell has been colored with Mix and Match Art GRIP® Aquarelle Watercolor Pencils Green and some PITT® Pastel Pencils for the skin tone. The background was stamped with the Stamper’s Big Brush Pen:

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Thank you for watching!

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Material:

 

Gelatos® Double Scoop® Green Tea

Gelatos® Double Scoop® Blueberry

Gelatos® Double Scoop® Licorice

Mix and Match Art GRIP® Aquarelle Watercolor Pencils Green

PITT® Pastel Pencils red/yellow

Stamper’s Big Brush Pen light cobalt turquoise

Glass Bead Glitter Gel

Faber-Castell Gesso

Faber-Castell mini Mixed Media Journal 4,5x5,5 inch

Canvas, prepared with Gesso

Stamps, ribbons, rhinestones

Wet wipes

Comments

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Johanne Lacombe

Great technique. Love the final result.

froebelsternchen

fab! great tips!

Becky Smith

Thanks for a great tutorial!

Astrid

Great idea and a fab technique!

Shilpa

Wow, what a wonderful technique, Baerbel. TFS...love it!!

Christina (seena) Young

SO COOL!!

Carmen Lucero

Absolutely love this technique. Thanks so much!

Michelle Williams

love it... I learn so much...

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