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1. Creating a great high gloss paint finish
Ever walk into a furniture store, and marveled at all the incredible, mirror-like finishes, but have never had any luck with them? There is a way....
2. Painting over Terrazzo Floors
Terrazzo, once a very common building material, is often covered up. One way is to paint, which is easier than it might seem.
3. Traveling Art Kit
Take a traveling art kit with you wherever you go and you will never worry about being unprepared. Here are a few things that you might consider.
4. Art at the Speed of Life Review
Art at the Speed of Life, motivation + inspiration for making mixed-media art every day by Pam Carriker is a lavishly illustrated volume of crafting goodness you will not want to miss. Whether you are trying to find your muse or start an art blog, this book covers a broad array of topics.
5. Creating Artist's Trading Cards
Artist Trading Cards are wildly popular. Although they are intended to be traded as the name would indicate, many painters sell them. Whatever your goal in creating them, here are a few things to keep in mind.
6. Painting a Brick Fireplace
Do you have a brick fireplace, maybe one that is, well, ugly. Normally you cannot paint brick, but there is a way...
7. Getting Started with Watercolors
Watercolors can be an awesome medium if you know how to start, and a horrible experience if you do not understand how they work. Here's how to start mastering their use.
8. Printing with Paint
Brushes are not the only tool in an artist’s kit. There are many ordinary items that will make interesting designs and motifs. All you need to start is your imagination!
9. Using Value In Your Paintings
Add interest and guide your viewer´s attention around your paintings with the help of carefully used values.
10. Painting Furniture in Shabby Chic
Lets work on some old (did someone say "vintage"?)furniture and make it an accent or conversation piece.
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