We are currently filming and editing an extensive range of Online workshops that will be available here.
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Beginning with Inks is just the tip of the iceberg... Arts Tree is currently in full swing producing a range of instructional reference DVDs featuring clear, easily followed step-by-step tuition of De Gillett’s fabulous inking techniques.
All Arts Tree DVDs are coded region free, so that they will play on almost all computers and most DVD players worldwide (some older players may not accept it).
There will be 3 separate DVDs, and De will cover all the different aspects of her self-developed inking techniques.
- #1 - Beginning with Inks. This is the style of inking most suited to beginners with ink - Dam Walls technique. Follow De step-by step as she creates the many layers of the painting below. 2 hours duration.
- #2 - Advancing with Inks. This is the style of inking seen in De's recent episode of Colour in your Life – Transparent Inking technique; and
In addition, as time permits, there will be two more Instructional Reference DVDs from De Gillett;
- #3 - Fixits and Finishings. This DVD deals with all the tips and tricks you need to know about correcting the things that go wrong, and preparing your work to hang.
Each DVD comprehensively covers every single thing you need to know to create wonderful vibrant works on canvas with Arts Spectrum Inks.
- Acrylic Texture, Spatter and Glazing; and
- Figurative Clay Sculpture
No secrets are kept, and nothing remains unsaid. A materials list is included with every DVD.
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