Wednesday, 7 December 2016

VIDEO: Seth Apter-Inspired Canvas Board PaperArtsy Make and Take

Back in September this year I did some Make and Takes for PaperArtsy in the Crafting At Ally Pally show, I filmed all the make and takes whilst I was designing and making them but I haven't had a chance to edit and add a voice over. Well until now that is! Starting this week I have my first PaperArtsy Make and Take video to share with you and this one is all about Seth Apter products.


The canvas board uses products from Seth Apter's PaperArtsy, Impressions Obsessions, StencilGirl and Spellbinders range, plus the PaperArtsy Fresco Finish acrylic paints. So if you are a Seth fan then this is definitely for you! If you are a grunge/ street art fan this is for you! And if you are an acrylic paint fan then, guess what? This one if for you too!


VIDEO: Seth Apter-Inspired Canvas Board


In this video I share, from start to finish, my process for this piece as well as using one of my favourite design tricks to add a dynamic harmony to a piece. You can find most of the branded product in either PaperArtsy (UK) or on Seth Apter's website (US) and other bits and piece can be found in your favourite art and craft shops.

Materials:
PaperArtsy Fresco Finish Acrylic Paints: Terracotta, Buff, Mermaid, Mahogany, South Pacific, Baltic Blue
PaperArtsy Eclectica³ {Seth Apter} Stamps 01
Impression Obsessions French Text stamp
StencilGirl Stencils: Make It Count, Techno Insider Star, Urban Outsiders, Urban Insider Bar
Spellbinders Dies: Splatter Proof, Pocket Watch
Spellbinders Embossing Folder: Gridiron
Canvas Board 6" x 6"
Foam sponge (e.g. Ranger Inkssentials)
Wax paper or cardstock
Water Spray
Paint spreader
Old soft toothbrush
Palette
Golden Regular Gel (Gloss)

Here are some close up pictures of the finished piece. You can also see them in the video at the end as well.




I hope you enjoy watching the video and keep your eyes out because over the next few weeks I am going to have some more art walkthrough videos to share with you. Meanwhile, if you want to see all of my videos in one place then you could go and subscribe to my YouTube channel if you haven't already.

Kim







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4 comments:

  1. This is gorgeous Kim, love all the paint layers and your design. Tracy x

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  2. wonderful project, so many layers of colour/texture.

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    1. Thanks Helen, I am glad you liked it :)

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