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Tag Archives: Golden Acrylic Paints
Abstract Word Four
More words…. Fluid Cold Press papers, shellac, Lamy Al-Star with Diamine ink (blue), Golden acrylics. ©D. Katie Powell. My images/blog posts may be reposted; please link back to dkatiepowellart. ☾ As my Patreon supporter, you will have access to some … Continue reading
Posted in acrylic, ink painting, pen & ink, writing Tagged #365sketch2017, Diamine Ink, Fluid paper, Golden Acrylic Paints, moon, shellac 2 Comments
Tools: Sketching Bag, the Saga Continues
Some of you know that I wanted to rid myself of the color of my Harbor Freight beige sketch bag, as I am not a beige-kinda-gurl, and had one failed experiment with De Atramentis Document Turquoise ink. The ink never-ever … Continue reading
Posted in acrylic, color, tools Tagged beige, dairylide yellow, De Atramentis Document ink, GAC, Golden Acrylic Paints, Harbor Freight toolbag, marigold yellow, sketchbag, turquoise 18 Comments
Process: Mixing Hematite Paints
New color paints are the yummiest, and my new clean watercolors all moist from a spray call to me. After buying mostly Golden Acrylics for 15 years (and they have watercolors coming out which I am dying to try), I … Continue reading
Posted in color, painting, process, watercolor Tagged Daniel Smith watercolors, experiment, Genuine Hematite, Golden Acrylic Paints, hematite, mixing, Primatek, watercolor 4 Comments
U is for Ultramarine: A-to-Z Challenge
Ultramarine blue is one of those amazing electric colors that you want to fall into. I first fell in love with the crayola color, then Golden Acrylic’s Ultramarine Blue Deep Hue. It was my go-to blue! Ultramarine blue was originally … Continue reading
Posted in acrylic, color, oil paint, watercolor Tagged Daniel Smith watercolors, Gamblin, Golden Acrylic Paints, lapis, Primatek, ultramarine blue 4 Comments
R is for Repurposing: A-to-A Challenge
I stumbled on this and after starting, thought, why not do it as a mini class? A friend sent me a fridge magnet, and while I was popping it onto our fridge, I realized we had a couple of old … Continue reading
Posted in acrylic, art, class, collage, creativity, handmade paper, painting, process Tagged craft, fish, Golden Acrylic Paints, horse, magnets, Pitt pens, recycle, repurpose, upcycle 8 Comments
M is for Mistakes: A-to-Z Challenge
It’s a cautionary tale. I tend to jump right in and not think about chemistry (which I was pretty good at) when it comes to paints and shellac and all kinds of wet colorful things. When I was first painting … Continue reading
Posted in acrylic, color, creativity, painting, process Tagged Golden Acrylic Paints, mermaids, mistake, mixology, retreat, shimmer 8 Comments
H is for Hematite: A-to-Z Challenge
I had long used Golden Acrylic’s Micaceous Iron Oxide, part of their Iridescent colors, straight out of the tub or in glazes, shown above. It is this delicious heavy shimmering charcoal in a pot. In Horse with Red Ball, above, … Continue reading
Posted in acrylic, color, painting, watercolor Tagged Daniel Smith watercolors, Golden Acrylic Paints, hematite, horse, Micaceous Iron Oxide, Primatek, red ball 5 Comments
E is for Environmentally Friendly: A-to-Z Challenge
I’m talking toxicity versus environmentally friendly and how to read labels. Above are three labels: Golden’s “AP Nontoxic”, Gamblin’s information label stated clearly, and an older tube of Cotman Cadmiun Red that shows a Health Label requiring no labeling (again, … Continue reading