Wednesday, 10 January 2018

Faux Watercolour!


It's that time again! Yes, another *free* tutorial video by me, for Gel press. This time I created a really simple faux watercolour technique using acrylic paints. 

Part 2 follows in a few days.


And don't forget, if you want to see any of my previous Gel press videos they are all together on one page *here* (tab at top of page. 

Byeee for now....


15 comments:

  1. Gorgeous. Thanks for the link Kate xx

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  2. I like these a lot! Thanks for making the video! <3 <3 <3

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  3. Love you video, is the bumblebee a stamp and die cut? Where did you get it?

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    1. Thanks for your question Kari. The bee is by Jo Capper Sandon for Stampotique Originals and I cut it out by hand. Full details will be on the second video which is released on Saturday so look out for that. I'll be adding it a link to it here on my blog, or you can access it on the Gel Press page on facebook or directly on you tube. Hope that helps!

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  4. Loved the video Kate, you really do make the most wonderful backgrounds! Looking forward to Part 2! x

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  5. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  6. Did I miss it in the video but what paper are you using? I would think watercolor but it looked more pliable when you started putting extra layers on it. Love the technique!

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  7. Susan - I used cartridge paper. I haven't tried with watercolour paper but I think you would get some nice results with watercolour paper.

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  8. It looks like I’ll be making room on my table for my gel plates again very soon-these are gorgeous! Is there much difference between the deco art fluid paints and Golden fluid paints? I don’t own any deco art (yet)

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  9. Hi Sue, Sorry but blogger won't let me reply directly to your comment grrr! Golden and DecoArt fluids are very similar in that they are both highly pigmented so you should get very similar results.

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