by Jo-Ann Murphy
Hi, just thought I'd share with you my first acrylic painting inspired by a friend's bathroom collage and the "Painting Tropical Water" tutorial. I have always wanted to try some interesting mediums. I've used Sand texture Gel for the sand and to glue on the shells and Glass Bead Texture Gel for the white foam. In the end I almost covered my painting in the bead gel as I really liked its effect. Thanks. Jo
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Jan 06, 22 07:33 PM
I started painting about 4 months ago as a hobby to help with my mental health. Painting has quickly become one of my most favourite ways to pass the
Jan 06, 22 07:19 PM
I would just like to thank Mark for all his valuable lessons from the parts of water, waves and even color recipes. Thanks Mark even though I'm not there
Dec 07, 21 06:14 PM
Hi, Just wanted to share my second piece which is much larger and an attempt to put 3 of Mark's lessons together, being how to paint water, sand and refraction
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