Wednesday, December 4, 2019

Canvas mixed media art with tissue paper and stamping.

For Technique Time at Unity, I am sharing a mixed media art canvas using stamped tissue paper and acrylic paint.



Sentiment:  Love your story.

This is an inspirational themed art canvas with a rustic look.  This involves a few steps.  See below for details and a video tutorial.


Here are helpful tips for creating this canvas.  To begin, stamp tissue paper with selected art or words.  Then, tear the tissue to separate the sections.  Next, mix a dab of acrylic paint into a bit of matte gel for each color.  For ease, use a plastic craft mat or palette to separate colors.  Have on hand a pre-primed stretched canvas or prime a canvas and then leave it to dry.  Next, make a background using swipes of three premixed paint colors.  It helps to use a foam blending brush.  Then, assemble the tissue paper pieces onto the wet paint and then brush each tissue section with uncolored matte gel.  Once that has completely dried overnight, blend distress ink around all edges for a rustic look.  Finally, add your choice of extra embellishments or accents to finish.


I made a quick video tutorial showing the process for this project.
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Here is a closer look.



Supplies:  Unity Stamp Co. All The Stories (Dec 2019 Uniquely Unity Ang.Mag. kit); Liquitex matte gel and acrylic paint in aqua green, light portrait pink and gray value 3; tissue paper, paper flowers, brads, Tim Holtz ticket, glue gun, foam blender, 5x7 deep edge Winsor & Newton artists' canvas, spatula, Ranger jet black archival ink, distress ink in black soot and plastic craft mat.

Be sure to visit the Unity blog for the entire article and tutorial.
Also, you can find my other features at Unity's
Technique Time and
Watercolor Wednesday.


Have a great day.
Gaylynn

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