Art lessons 2014 Vol. 6: Paint Pens

Learn how to block in bold color and work loosely with paint pens.
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Be bold and beautiful with paint pens in Jane Davenport’s sixth lesson in the supply stash series. Learn how to combat your fear and trust the mess that comes with paint pens. Jane teaches you how to work with their unique characteristics and create lovely works art. Additionally, learn how to mix and play with different colors and pens to create luminous effects.

Download this art lesson to:

  • Find insider details for painting with Montana Paint Pens
  • Watch and learn as Jane creates with paint pens and how to correct mistakes
  • Learn how to blend and combine different types and colors of paint pens
  • Discover new inspiration for your art journal, canvas, or collage
  • Find vibrant images and a bonus video for step-by-step instruction to work bold and loose

Download this stunning art lesson and create with Jane Davenport’s must-have supplies and techniques.

Plus, get your own set of Montana acrylic markers, available now in the Cloth Paper Scissors Shop!

Stay tuned for a new art lesson each month with Jane and learn to create from her must-haves in her supply stash!

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SKU: EP8740

Author/Speaker/Editor: Jane Davenport

File Type: PDF

Format: Art Lesson

Customer Reviews

Good lesson Review by Sharon
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I was recently introduced to paint pens and markers. I am still getting the hang of them. This lesson was informative and pointed out that we should use acrylic based pens as oil has a strong odor. Now I know, as the ones I have, do have the strong odor and made it difficult to work with. Not happy though with the promotion of certain brand pens in the video. It is said over and over.I feel as if I am paying for an ad. I purchase these lessons for instruction and to fill my journal with different projects.

(Posted on 7/20/14)