Hi Shayla, what a great video, I loved seeing you at work. Using the knife blade looks good, I don't think I would get the same results as you though! But I think those tiny paintings are wonderful.: )
Oh, I've just popped over from Tracy at Pink Purl's and am at work with exactly two minutes left on my lunch hour ... I'll be back tonight to visit, I think I'm going to enjoy spending a little time here.
wonderful tip Shayla, thank you :)
This is terrific! Very interesting--thanks for the fun, Shayla! And love the new photo of you in the sidebar. :o) Happy Day ((HUGS)) Oh, and thanks for the cheer on The Blog Cafe... drop us a line if you'd like to play host on week!
Very interesting tip Shayla. I love finding new ways to apply paint. I've also cut a credit card into strips and angled one end. It is similar to what you showed with the knife but provides a little more flexibility. Have you ever scratched the canvas? I have!
Thanks, gals. Jane, nobody's marks look exactly the same. That's a good thing, I think. Kath, nice to meet you. Jeane, you're welcome. Tracy, the new blog cafe is a good idea. I'm looking forward to getting together. Margaret, yes, I've scratched right down to the canvas. Neat effect, isn't it? I've never cut through the canvas,although I know an artist who likes to do that.
Thanks Shayla. I enjoyed the tutorial.
glad you stopped by leaving such nice comments about my paintings. i'm liking the small canvas tutorial, will give it another listen, and try some...thanks and enjoy your week!
I really appreciate your taking the time to go through the various tools and the need to go small for a small canvas Shayla. I love my palette knives and wouldn't want to be painting in oils without them.
Fascinating & great to see you at work. Thanks for the tips!
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