Hello! In this post and video I will be showing you how to turn an SVG cutting file template into a watercolour painting.
All the details are in the video below!
I will also be giving away the resulting artwork below as part of the July edition of my ‘Art for your screens’ collection. Details coming soon.
Hello! I hope you are well?
Today I have made for you a video showing how to assemble my London ‘Skyline Box’ paper cutting template.
I made this cutting template when I first got my lovely Silhouette Cameo cutting machine, which is still going strong!
I produce assembly instructions for all my downloadable templates but I thought a video would be a great addition, please view it below.
You can find the paper cutting template file here
In this video I will be making the cute rabbit box which I like to fill with lots of treats, or even little baby rabbits!
I hope you enjoy the video!! :)
Hello, I hope you are all well and enjoying mid-summer :) It was a bit wet and cold in London this weekend plus I hurt my leg in a fall on the Strand in central London (what a sight, I was sprawled all over the pavement) so I stayed in and painted lots of colourful art journal pages (to be published here soon).
I also discovered free demos on my xbox! so I ahem ‘tested’ a few of them and will be getting the full versions of Diablo III and DMC soon :)
Here is the video tutorial for my paper cut wing template, I show you how to draw the wing feathers and prepare them for cutting on an electronic cutter, part 2 includes adding the feathers to the base in an ‘artistic interpretation’ of a real wing :) If you want to just go ahead and cut the wing template without drawing it first, my SVG files are here
I wanted to make a layered background for a new moth lady painting and thought I would show you the process. I use Neocolor II water soluble crayons and acrylic paint in many layers to create an interesting textured base for my paintings.
Firstly take some Neocolor IIs and cover the page with various colours, I used opaque pastel shades.
Then activate them with water and leave to dry.
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