ACRYLICS: DIY Stay-Wet Palette — Keep Your Acrylic Paints From Drying Out!

Aga K, I create and teach @amazingjourneyart

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3 Videos (12m)
    • Trailer

      1:35
    • Introduction

      1:50
    • DIY: Stay-Wet Palette

      8:15

About This Class

Acrylics are great! A little like watercolors, a little like oils (thankfully, unlike oils, they are water-soluble and don't require stinky toxic solvents). I love them for the bright, bold colors and their smooth, velvety texture...

There is one little problem with acrylics, though — they dry really fast!

On the one hand, this is good, because you can work fairly fast with your paintings. On the other hand, though, this can be really annoying — especially when acrylic paints dry too quickly on your mixing palette. Thankfully, there is a very easy way to keep your acrylics from drying so fast — and that's what I'm sharing with you in this mini-class! I hope it will make your work with acrylics easier and more pleasant!

And here is a little gift for you - 8 FREE printable cheat-sheet pages I designed. CLICK HERE to get it!

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"The Aspiring Artist's Toolkit" - 8 free printable pages with:

» Acrylic Painting Starter Kit - The Ultimate Checklist for Beginners (1 page) | A list of essentials to get you started with acrylics.

» Color Theory & Harmony Cheatsheets
(3 pages) | Color theory and harmony in a nutshell.

» Painting Media and Techniques – a Comparison Cheatsheet
(1 page) | Pros and cons of the 4 main painting media/techniques: watercolors, gouache, acrylics, oils.

» How to Overcome Creative Blocks
(2 pages) | 13 ways to put the fear of blank canvas behind you.

» How to Get Inspired
(1 page) | 10 proven ways to find painting inspirations.

CLICK HERE

Happy creating! :)

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Aga K

I create and teach @amazingjourneyart

Hi! I'm Aga. A free spirit, a self-thought artist, a painter of imagined worlds (my favorite media are acrylics and watercolors). But before I started this imaginative adventure I was a scientist for many years – working at a university; researching new medicines to help people improve their lives and helping teach students.

I’ve always loved to share my skills and knowledge with others… and, having been once a university tutor, I was trained how to make complicated things easy to understand. Seeing others make progress is fun for me! It’s rewarding to inspire, to motivate… and people tell me my passion’s contagious.

If you´d like to learn more about me, please, visit my website:

http://www.amazingjourneyart.com

Thank you for checking my class! ❤️