At the risk of being completely cheesy – here’s a great big thank you using my favourite technique from Creative Chemistry 102 taught by Professor Tim Holtz with his more than able assistant BTS Mario. Unfortunately I don’t have the time at the moment to do all the other technique tags given I’m taking my studio apart for repairs on Tuesday, but I had to fit this one in 🙂
The longer-term followers of this ‘ere blog will probably vaguely remember that I did Tim Holtz’s Creative Chemistry 101 online class last year. He’s only gone and started CC102 today – there’s thirty more techniques he’s sharing – and of course I had to sign up. So here’s Day 1: six things to do with Distress Paints. I’m not allowed to share the techniques, but you won’t need to look far elsewhere on my blog to see where I have used them with conventional acrylics. That is, all but the first – the marbling effect is unique to Distress Paints because of their make up.