Clothes Paint for Extraordinary Art Wear
To create amazing clothes for extraordinary art-wear you must be selective in the clothing as well as in the paints. One of the greatest fabric painting secrets is to have the right clothes paints to paint on fabric. From there all you need is a little technique to get you painting incredible art on clothes.Hand Painted Tee-Shirts
First time painter artists find painting on tee shirts and other clothes a fabulous hobby which sometimes blossoms into a side job. There’s such satisfaction in creating something that’s beautiful. To tell you the truth; there is even more satisfaction in sharing something that you enjoyed creating; whether it was for fun or profit. An essential key in designing hand painted tee-shirts is selecting the right paints and paintables to complete your project.The Interplay of Complementary Colors in Painting
In order to understand complementary colors, one must first become familiar with the color wheel. The complementary colors are those that are opposite each other on the color wheel, such as red/green, blue/orange, and yellow/violet. If placed next to one another in their fullest intensity, they tend to almost vibrate. The colors push each other to brilliance. Because of the complementary color’s opposite natures, when these colors are mixed, their brilliance is dulled and the mixture can turn to a muddy brown. The reason why is because the colors have all the primaries, red, yellow and blue in the mixtures. All the primaries mixed will result in a very muddy mixture.Drawing, Painting, Design, and Sculptural Art Textures
We see textures all around us everyday. We know whether something is soft, smooth, rough or bumpy. Part of painting and drawing is the addition of texture, whether the piece is realistic or abstract. Seeing the interplay of each against the other makes for an interesting and attention-grabbing piece whether in decorative design or visual fine art. There are various kinds of textures in art and design. Actual or real textures are those that can be touched such as the smooth surface of a metal sculpture or the spiky surface of a cactus. We can readily identify a material by its texture: glass is smooth and slick; sand is gritty and fine. In three-dimensional works, artists use actual texture to add a tactile quality to the work. On canvas, artists sometimes apply paint thickly (impasto) in order to achieve the desired texture. Other artists create a collage, which is added papers or fabric and other materials to create a textured surface.Painting On Bridal Shoes – Beyond the Traditional Dye
Most brides want a shoe to remember; those who are creative will either learn how to paint on their shoes or hire an artist to paint an incredible design on their footwear for them. From a Cinderella slippers to a painted pump no creativity is spared to get that perfect bridal look. The plain or traditional dyed shoe is still around for those opting for the basic look but alas, the adventurous designer bride settles for nothing short of spectacular.