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Paper Posies: Introduction to Collage Class

teacher avatar Jeri Hauth, Paper Collage Artist

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Lessons in This Class

14 Lessons (46m)
    • 1. Paper Posies Introduction

    • 2. Gathering Supplies

    • 3. Paper Types

    • 4. Preparing the Background

    • 5. Preparing to Glue

    • 6. Creating the Background-Part !

    • 7. Creating the Background-Part 2

    • 8. Adding the Stems & Leaves

    • 9. Adding Flowers-Part 1

    • 10. Adding Flowers-Part 2

    • 11. Finishing the Sides-Part 1

    • 12. Finishing the Sides-Part 2

    • 13. Signing your Artwork

    • 14. With Gratitude

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About This Class

Learn how to create a unique, whimsical collage painting with everyday materials. This lovely floral collage  is easy and fast to make and no two paintings will be exactly the same. This is an introductory class and will teach you some of the basics of collage. You will just need to gather the following supplies and then get creating!

Supplies you'll need

  • Paper Scraps (different colors, textures, patterns and types)
  • Matte Medium (or Mod Podge)
  • X-acto Knife or Scissors
  • 1" to 2" Bristle Brush (low cost)
  • 8" x 8" Wood Panel (or Canvas) with gallery sides
  • Permanent Marker for signing your work
  • Cutting surface (cardboard or a cutting board)
  • Apron (or wear old clothing you don't care about)

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Jeri Hauth

Paper Collage Artist


Hello, I'm Jeri! My creativity and artistic interest has been a thread running through the fabric of my life. Raised in an environment where creativity was nurtured and encouraged, I experimented with just about every kind of creative expression from finger paints to technical drawing. Believing a career in art would not sustain me, I chose to train as a Technical Illustrator, a safer more believable career path. I stumbled across graphic design during my training, fell in love with the medium and now have over 20 years of experience as a designer and illustrator. I love to combine my hand-drawn skills with my computer skills to create unique art that inspires or inspires joy.

My artwork is a heartfelt reflection of the beauty and wonder of nature, whimsical memories from my... See full profile

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1. Paper Posies Introduction: Hello and welcome to my clothes class. I am Jerry hot, and I'm going to be teaching you how to make a beautiful clause using low cost materials. So what I love about collage is that it allows you to use your creativity and to not control things too much. So one of my challenges is an artist is that I like to do things that are a little more tedious or or predictable. You know, I really have loved about collage, is that it? You start out with a vision of what you want to create, and then oftentimes it evolves into something you didn't expect, and I don't think that's a bad thing. I think that it's a good thing to be able to explore kind of your boundaries. And no paper has such unique characteristics that you can layer one thing on top of another and get a different effect. So really want to encourage you to use your creativity, use different colors for things I made, you know, providing a pattern for you. But push the envelope a little bit. You can use a blue stems on leaves instead of green, or you can use you know green flowers instead of colored flowers. So whatever interests you, whatever you want to do to make your own piece unique, I highly encourage that I really want to see some creativity here in some ideas about how you express yourself through your art. 2. Gathering Supplies: let's talk about the supplies you're gonna need to use on this project. So the most important piece is gonna be the surface that we use nationally. The artwork on and what I like to use is this wood panel this I got at a craft store. It was only 5 99 is pretty low cost, and I love that. It's got a nice firm surface, and it also has a gallery frame, which means that it has kind of a sick surface here. And you can actually paint on this or you can collage. We're gonna collage on this. You can see when you're finished, you're gonna have a finished piece of art in a frame, and you don't have toe pay for expensive framing to get your work frame. So I love that you can also use canvas. The difference between the wood and the canvas is really just that the canvas has a bit of a give. So as you're pressing your brush down the paper underneath that maybe moves a little bit more. So I prefer would just because that's what I love. Everybody has their own preference and there is no wrong answer. So you can use. Would you can use canvas whichever works for you. You can also use illustration. Board just has to be strong enough for you to layer wet on the surface. So the other thing you'll probably have to purchase his map medium Matt Medium here. This is a golden product that I'm using, but you can use mod podge if you have my punch. This is the the local loss version. You can also purchase high gloss. It just depends on the surface that you like. If you like to have something that's really glossy, then you can use the high gloss version. If you like low gloss, you can use a little lost. That's what I prefer. I prefer more of a matte finish. So that's what I'm going to use. I would like to have containers. This is just a veggie container that I'm recycling. I will put some mod podge drum at medium in here and all thin it out with water. I just like it to be a little thinner than how it comes in the actual container, and it also gives you a little bit more life assess for us. How long you have it around. It's It's not super cheap, Matt Medium, but it does last for a long time. I also keep a some kind of container of water when I work in close so I can rinse my brush and try to keep a pliable and not let it get gummy. The cutting instruments. There's an Exacto knife, and that's just a hobby knife that you could get it. Any hobby crafts store for a couple of bucks and then scissors. And I like kind of smaller scissors because they allow me to get around the just pretty easily. So those are two things, and then you may want to use some kind of Breyer. This is actually by mod podge. It's a little It's just to use to kind of get out the bubbles on the paper, and I'll show this to you as we're working through the project, how you use it. But you could also use a credit card, hopefully one that's not still in use, but I use like a grocery card that you get like a loyalty card, but you're not using anymore, and just use that as a way to smooth out your surface or you can use a prayer. Breyer, this is a collage. Braver make for Decca Posh again being on watch. So those are the key things that you're gonna need to get ready to start your project. 3. Paper Types: Let's talk about paper. I love paper. Paper is amazing. I have invested a lot of money in paper fancy paper, which is kind of this Japanese paper that is textured or patterned. It's absolutely gorgeous that comes in all types of varieties. My favorite source for finding this is called Paper Moto Online. They literally have hundreds of different options. I talk about patterns. I mean things that are very gorgeously patterned, you know, and they're not cheap. So I don't like to say that that's what we have to use. I think that what I love about Clive again is that you can use cheap papers that you have laying around the house. You can use even gift wrap. This is an example. Get her up. I picked up like pattern on, and then we can cut that and use it. You can use magazine. I usually like things that have, you know, big images in them, things where you can use maybe bits of color from a magazine. Um, just pulling out tiny bits of color to kind of give your paintings from some death and technique you can use. I like to use things like vintage postcards, things that have kind of again, some character to them. You can. This is another antique piece that I found just a little flash card that I think it's fun. Vintage postcard. I also like to use in my Florida. I like to use paper from books, so you know books that are damaged. I'll purchase that at a goodwill or a thrift store of some kind and all I use pages out of the book. Really, A lot of times I don't care what the words say. I just care the background, color and kind of that it has this unique, um, text treatment. So the words themselves aren't important. Another example. Just blocks of text. So I probably would cut something out, maybe believe for the inside of a flower out of that and then also, sometimes I'll use fabric. This is actually a piece that's really a thin piece of It's a scarf that was damaged and I just salvaged a little small piece of it that wasn't damaged. When I would like to say about paper is the pay attention to the color of the paper and also how thin translucent it is. This this piece here is almost see through. It's very light, and so when you layer something over the top or under it, you're gonna get a different reaction to see more of the color and then you come through. So that's quite lovely. This is more of an opaque peace. You can't necessarily see through that. This is again more of the fiber paper that I was talking about. From that I've gotten from paper Mojo. It's again, very texture. It has a lot of unique characteristics to it, Um, and so color is really important. Um, I'm made recommendations to the colors that you might use in your in your project. And again, it's not important that you use exactly those colors. You can use other colors that you want. The idea is just to use your creativity to come up with something uniquely yours. So I don't want toe constrain the project so that you feel like you have to do it exactly the same way as it's done. Use your imagination so they're also just little pieces. I'll find sometimes something gorgeous that I think I want to use, and I'll save it for later. And then you just want to have a variety of colors and textures so that it make sure your piece more interesting. And the most important thing about collage in my foot perspective is that if you're going to dio a background that's dark, then you would put brighter colors on the front or lighter colors on on top. If you're going to dio the light colored background, then you should do darker colors on the front because you want to have some definition between the background and foreground and what how those things are gonna be able to be more viewable or or stand out. 4. Preparing the Background: next, we're gonna work on actually cutting out the pieces to go on the canvas. So I assembled all my papers that I want to use in one big pile. I have some lights. I have some colors. I have some translucent. Just have a wide variety here. Just pull from. And what I'm gonna do is you know, this is the pdf of the pattern I just printed out in black and white. That's what we're going to use is our pattern. So having that is a reference to look to look at through product will be helpful. And then this is actually the sheet of the pieces and parts that we need to cut. So I'm gonna show you how I do that. I won't bore you through all the different colors, but we're going to actually take a piece of paper colored paper. Lay that down. So here I have a piece of green that I'm gonna use for the stand. My like this dark green and I think relate it just about here That should cover all of the different pieces. Now again, if you want to, you could cut out each of these individually lay them down, trace them and cut over them. Would I prefer to do is just take my Exacto knife and just cut from the top all the way through to the second layer. Do the same. All of these sides, you have to press fairly hard to make sure you're getting through both pieces of paper when there is one of my steps. So to slay those out somewhere where it could have them available to me again, mentally it down and do the next next one going to make it stick flowers the red one. So I'm gonna start here, Kurtz and on the corners. It's better to start from the inside out like this. You start inside and you go out. Just take you a little bit of time to get through all of these different colors and pieces . Just part of the fund. Kind of like putting together a puzzle, actually, Stone. Okay. Sometimes you'll see, miss, maybe a little bit there so you can go back through and disconnected. But there's one of my followers. I'm gonna show you briefly. If you wanted to cut it out instead, you could like you said, cut flower. I'm gonna probably make this a different color. I don't want all Red Posey's for pedals, so I'm gonna probably make this one pink or purple. It's just again up to your preference, what you're more comfortable with. I've used an Exacto knife for a long time, so I'm really comfortable using one. But not everybody is. So if you'd rather you sisters, you do that. So I'm gonna pick up this pink kind of translucent. I guess it's not. This is more of an open piece, but going to wait, deal firmly, Grab a hold of it and you could trace it with a pencil if you wanted. I'm just gonna actually just go around it with my sisters. And again, Not perfect. Nothing's perfect. You want to be a little bit of character, and I think it's some things too perfect. Nothing in nature is really quite perfect. So I think it's important to have a little bit of unique character in your heart. Okay, there's another Posey, so just continue cutting until you have all of your pieces ready, and then we'll start assembling 5. Preparing to Glue: Okay, now we're gonna start assembling our collage piece. It's really exciting on again. Let's be really creative. So you just want to show you kind of what I've set up so far have this background down. It's just a piece of posterboard. And then I glued little wine quirks that that was gonna clearer so that there's something that the board can sit upon. I don't want it to stick to the board. So I just made these little risers out of wine quirks just superglued them down. That works out really good. Anyway, just again, just so that you have some surface and you can actually go around the edges with your collage and not have anything. Stick to the poster board. That's the goal of having it rising up like this. So pretty easy to do that. You could also use something like, you know, whatever you have that has enough height to lift the board off the the main surface there, and then we're gonna be using this of reference piece so that we can see where to place our flowers on the on, the on the board and you can see here. I've got my the mod podge or my Matt medium here. I've watered it down a little bit in this container. E have water right here, ready so I can rinse my brush. And I also have my rare and my other. I think it's a Breyer. I'm not quite sure what that's called, but it just flattens the piece of paper so it doesn't get bubbles in it. 6. Creating the Background-Part !: The first thing we're gonna do is we're just gonna take our brush. We make sure it's not too sloppy. We're just gonna brush lightly over the entire surface. A little thin layer, Matt medium. And I'm just working on the top of the surface right now, not on the sides. So they have this stack of light colored paper that I assembled because I take a bunch of light colored papers that I thought I might use for the background. And then what I'm gonna do is just grab them and I literally just kind of tear the paper in just various ways to try to just get it, given some interest. So we're just gonna layer upon layer, I use my prayer. You can't get that to stick down. And since that's so transparent, I'm probably going to use that more on top. And then I'm gonna layer another piece, the map medium on top. That kind of seals that piece. So again, this is pretty transparent. So I'm gonna use it more after I've had other layers of colors. So this is a piece this gonna pull a little tease. So I have a street edge and then I'm gonna just lay it down against one of the straight edges. Take my brush, lay it down, use my prayer so that I get out some of the wrinkles. See, it's gonna dry quite differently than what you'll see here. But I like to have the straight edges of paper, and I do it on all different angles so you can see this one's kind of triangular. But I just again, I just start with different piece of paper. I lay them down and then I just try to make interesting patterns and textures. And then I always lay another little bit of Matt medium down, flatten the paper so it gets the bubbles out kind of Macias. You can see this piece is nice. It has some world, but also has a flat piece. So any kind of look and just maybe tear this down a little bit so that we have a little bit of unique angles here. You doing that piece so it seals seals it to get the bubble where you can use this piece is Well, this little this one gets a pretty precise. You see, it also pulls up the map medium Oops. Okay, we're getting some pretty good. There's a little bit of them missing here. No, I usually try to cover all the surface. You don't have to. That's just kind of my style. This is a really beautiful piece of Japanese fiber paper. And when I like about this to you is I can take my wet brush and I can lay it down across the paper. And once it's wet, I contend, air it and it gives us really beautiful, ragged kind of edge could see, So that's quite nice. It's just a different way of doing it. So this piece is gonna go down here and it's gonna go the whole link straight. That's okay if it overlaps over the edges a little bit because you're gonna flatten that all down with your map medium down road here, you see, Now I have a nice base, but I'm building with its all very light colored in the background 7. Creating the Background-Part 2: here. Some of this paper with words give it a little more visual interest against Justin. Odd shape. But I'm gonna kind of fill in the ground. Thicker paper moves around a little bit like that intel. It gets wet. So it's not quite what yet once it's what it will be. A little bit easier toe will stay more where you put it. Okay, Full furnaces. Signatures of artist. I can't recall where I found that piece. I That's what I love about paper is that it comes and from so many different places, I just find it usually find pieces when I'm traveling or when I'm visiting friends or when we go to crafts stores or sometimes antique stores. Just It's just kind of a fun hobby to find unique papers. So we're gonna go some of this. Yeah, And again, I'm showing you pieces of paper that I have available to me. I don't expect that you're gonna have the same pieces and that yours is gonna look exactly alike, which is what I love. I love that you're going to be using your own paper, things that you have around your house or things that you may have collected over time, and you'll have some unique different. And I usually try to fill in little pieces that air where there are gaps. So, like, right here, there's a gap. So I'm just gonna again This is pretty. You can see that it's starting to bubble up underneath. They laid down that one piece that had circles on it first, and that is probably more piece that needs to go over talk. So I'm gonna pull another piece of death just to give it some texture. Just lay that on top. There's no perfect way. We're just again just plain just seeing what we like in there. Not so happy accident. There it came off because it was too thin. So lay it back down. You could see that house, um, ridges. I'm using my hands here. My hands are gonna be really sticky. Um, just so you know, your hands will and keep a piece of paper that's wet. What a piece of paper towel that's just went down just to keep my hands kind of moist because they will dry up with Matt Medium and they'll be no appeal. Just like when you were a kid used to paint glue on your hand and then peel it off. That's kind of what it's like here, too. No, let's see what else? We just have a look. Peace in the middle that we need only have That's really nice. This is a piece of actually Japanese calligraphy that I picked up somewhere, so I don't really like to see strong edges across the middle. It just doesn't make a very attractive. So usually, if I have a strong line, I like these softer lines to go across the middle. So probably play with this and put it down here so that it's actually laying over the top and you'll see how you'll see how the the art kind of shows through when it dries. Especially right now, it's still pretty wet, so a lot of still have the centerpiece here that I need to spell with something. So actually, there's a little cool little piece of paper that is actually on this side of like this graphic. Although it does have that strong center, I'm gonna probably just try to kind of see the size and then I imagine what it's gonna take to fill that space. It's just eyeballing it really more than a king. And then I just going in. I had some more mass media. This just gives us a nice surface to draw from. For the background, it's pretty light, so the bright colors of the flowers and the leaves are going to stand off from that and you'll be able to see. But what I again, what I really love about this is that it's got some texture. It's got some various, even though it's all lightly colored. There's texture and some unique pattern in there. It just makes for an interesting background, and you'll see when it dries, be quite lovely. 8. Adding the Stems & Leaves: So now we're going to start adding the stems. And the reason we start with the stems is because they're going to be the thing that is furthest along in the background. So you have to kind of eyeball where each of these types of stems is going to go across your page and just use this image as your reference point. So I have all my stems are cut out over here, grab them, then place them on the actual canvas the way I want them to appear. So this one is really like the longest one. Lay that down some more and then looking at the next morning this smaller and it goes out to the side and again, you'll see this is kind of over the edge. But that's OK. Okay, This is my other Spike, you one. I'm gonna put this over here and I want that to go to the end of so it doesn't pay out in space so good you're not down. I think this one actually supposed to go here hurts. I'm moving this one. Well, it's still wet. It's pretty maneuverable, so you can pick it up. Sometimes I use the edge of the Exacto knife so that it picks up easier than with my finger . Now, really, Down there on the radio, One long one that's gonna go here again. Have fun with this. This is up to you. How you want it to appear can be any way you want. So use your imagination. This one, I think we'll go here. Yeah, I have a little tiny one here. Okay, so now I have all my stems place and the next we're gonna lay the leaves. So I cut out a bunch of different leaves, different sizes, and you're just gonna place them how you want. I mean again, there's a pattern here. You're able to, you know, if you want to follow it exactly, you can. Otherwise you can just place him. And it's quite okay if they overlap on some of the other to design elements. It's honestly okay, the composition will be fun. Regardless, put this one over here. You can use different colors of green if you like. This one. I'm using all the same color green. And I think it looks lovely. But you could if you wanted to use different colors of green different sizes, different shapes of leaves. Again. However you want it to look, I'm just I've already cut these leaves out. When we did the cutting part just makes it much easier to make this work When you start laying down your design elements. Almost done placing my leaves, put this one over here. Maybe just a little bit to smile down here. Yeah. Looks like one more there. Cool in a way. The light thin layer over the top with the mass media just kind of gently brushing over the top. I'm gonna use my brain. Just kind of stick those down a little bit. Okay. Oops. That's the danger of the Breyer. Sometimes it will pick up a piece. Um, we're here. 9. Adding Flowers-Part 1: All right, I'm gonna show you what I've done. I've taken the stems and the leaves, and I laid them down over the top of the dried background, and I just tried to match it up as closely as possible. This you can see, like green stems on the green leaves. So each time I lay down the lead stems down first. And then I brushed over with that medium so that it stays where it's supposed to gives it protection when it dries. Okay, so now that we have the stems and leaves, we're gonna put the flowers on. So you wanna put the flowers that her darkest, um, down next? So you'll see, Like this large flower is is here. So I'm gonna lay that down, take my map medium, get the paper nice and wet. So it sticks, and then it has a center, You'll see. So I'm just gonna cut out these little circles out of the book, not a text. So I'm just gonna lay that all catty Mount this on top. I'm gonna make that stick down as well. This will remove the bubbles. Okay. All right, then I'm gonna put the next flower is this purple flower that I cut. So I'm gonna lay that down where it is on the pattern. Make that nice. And what? And then put the center is not flower down as well. And again, a little map medium on top, that once pretty what? Uh, see, then this is a three layered flower. So we put the background down first. I'm just going away that down onto the other pieces now and then Lay it down with the mass media them and put the middle down. And then I'm gonna put the very center down in the middle. So here's that. And again, the colors or your choice How you want them to be. The final flower is this tiny one. It's gonna go right here, this down with medium. All right, See? And now we're gonna put these little pedals. It could about 25 of these purple petals that go. What kind of law? They're kind of leave shaped almost and gonna put them on this, um, the stem. So again, there's no right or wrong way to do this. I'm just laying them out. How I think makes an interesting pattern on the system. itself. You could overlap them. You don't have Teoh. I want to lay them down in interesting shapes and just again, just use your imagination. I'm going to use some of the bigger pedals down low. You'll see there some bigger pedals that I cut. The pattern itself is one size that you can vary. The size of the pedals doesn't have to be exact, which makes it all the more fun. Gets it all my character and just a quick tip. I usually cut two at a time whenever I'm cutting pieces that are repetitive just so that I don't have to cut so many times. That just allows me to cut quicker. But you don't. You can do it however you like. See, this is starting to look like an interesting flower here. We're gonna overlap on top of that leaf, which is fine. Sometimes the color will bleed a little bit, and that's fine as well. It's just part of the process of collages. You're mixing different, different textures and 10. Adding Flowers-Part 2: All right, now, we're gonna do these little red once, so these were smaller. Oops. I dropped one. That's the same thing. Is the purple when we're just gonna lay them out in different interesting shapes? Kind of a fun, messy process when your hands are are sticky, Easy to pick up the paper because it's money. Lay it down. It sticks to do your and all right Sometimes that's a good thing, sometimes not. All right, Just models done with all the red. Lovely. And then this is kind of sticking out over the edge. But as you will see, we can tap that down as well. All right, you Zermatt medium now finished. Oops. I just noticed that I placed this one flower in the wrong spot. That's not connecting to a stem. So I'm gonna use my exact tonight. You lift up carefully and I'm gonna move it down a little bit. Here we go. Now that about looks better. Lay it down. She's my prayer groups. Stay put. There we go. I got a little sloppy with that medium, so it's pulling up a little bit, which is fine. It's gonna gonna dry just fine. I kind of want more visual interest here. So this is the background. But you can see that I could add something here and not disrupt the floral. So I'm gonna find a little piece of something. Try again to just visualize how much I need. I use just a small piece. You kind of have it overlap. So just gives a little bit more visual interest there. Tear that off the edge. Another small piece there is. Well, there's no wrong answer here. We just do what feels right. What is fun? All that matters. Training. Oh, just overlap a little bit there. Okay. Perfect. Right. That makes for some. Interesting. I'm just gonna paint one last kind of layer over talk and keep an eye on how things move on your is your brushing through because sometimes the pieces that you could see will come off . You just need to make sure that they go back where they're supposed to. Just a light brush that's gonna finish that piece 11. Finishing the Sides-Part 1: and next we're gonna work on the sides. So what I like to do is coordinate something kind of like having maybe this pattern is a red pattern. Think that might look nice on the edge here. So I'm gonna just kind of estimate how deep that is. It's about a inch. So I'm gonna cut enough strips to cover all the way around my my drawing. I mean, he used scissors. Somebody cut about half 1.5 inches strips. Since you see, I'm gonna pick this up and hold it while I brush. I'm gonna brush to edges and the straightest edge. I'm gonna try to leg next. You Although it doesn't really matter, you can. You can kind of put some of the pattern up on to the top size of the drawing like this. That makes it kind of interesting as well. So we just want that paper to be wet so that it's lays down and sticks. I'm gonna put another layer of Matt medium to kind of get it, stick better. Then I'm gonna go to this next side and lay down that piece and stick it down and again, I kind of putting some of that over to the top so that it has a little bit of visual interest there. Okay, take this again. I don't think another strip, not cut. Continue to go around. You can use more than one pat. One paper, if you like. I would like to choose one that I like That is coordinating with the rest of the peace. The painting for the Clark. And then we're gonna paint another strip here, go around, press it down with your fingers so that it's it's moistening the paper. Take your Matt medium and paint that down, and then we're gonna kind of bended over to the top. I'm doing this with my fingers just cause I actually like the feeling of touching the paper and and the surface just it's just part of the experience. I guess so. Here. We're gonna have to cut one more piece to cover the school section. Okay? It doesn't have to be precise. It just has to cover the wood section, try to match it up to what you've already had before, and then I can cut. I want this to wrap over a little here so you can see what I'm doing. Do this and go around the corner with it. So all four sides of the gallery frame recovered. Can you just put it down with your map? Medium and again? You're fingers too. Not to lady out. Okay, now your sides air covered. You can see. But they're not wrapped around yet. So what I like to do is paint the back side. I usually wait for this to dry, so I think that's what we'll do is we'll wait for this to dry and we'll come back. Not sure you have a get the back side. 12. Finishing the Sides-Part 2: I just wanted to show you that I've gone around the bath with my map medium, and I press down the edges so that they fit flat against the back can use your hands again . I should have probably mentioned it's probably good not toe wear clothes that you really love when you do this process, or to wear something that is like an apron or something that protects your clothes. Because Matt Medium isn't very forgiving when it comes to your clothing and fabric. So you really want Teoh. Make sure you're wearing something that you don't mind getting messy. 13. Signing your Artwork: now that are drawing is dry in a sign. And I'd like everybody to sign their work. I'm just gonna say, if you find a spot where you can read on this right here, Jerry, huh? She fell in 19. All right. There's a finished piece. 14. With Gratitude: thank you for joining me for paper. Posey's Kalash class. This is the finished piece. I would love to see what you've done as well. Very curious to see how you've integrated some of the lessons that we learned.