Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Colorful Faces with Annie Hamman

Hello, StencilGirl Products Lovers!
I am happy to present another tutorial on creating abstract fearless background and integrating colourful faces into it. I hope you enjoy it and have fun creating!

Art supplies for this class:
Mixed-media paper (I use cold pressed 300 gsm)
Primary Acrylic colors (I use Ultramarine blue, cadmium and indian yellows, pyrrole red, white)
Brushes, bucket of water, rug, sponge, ruler, wet palette for acrylics
Clear stamps and found object stamps
Watersoluble pencil (I used red Stabilo All)
Collage pieces
Acrylic gel medium/ or gloss medium/ or matte medium
Scratchy tool (I use porcupine stick)
StencilGirl Stencils (for faces: Pam Carriker's Face Silhouette, for background: Cecilia Swatton's Tangled Pods, Mary Beth Shaw's Fairy Tale Tree Mask, Carolyn Dube's Encouraging Scribbles, and Michelle Ward's Border Circles)




Thank you for watching!
Annie Hamman

12 comments:

  1. This painting is stunning. I learned a lot of great techniques.

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  2. Absolutely gorgeous! Thanks so much for sharing Annie Hamman!

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  3. Annie, may I have your permission to post a portion of your artwork on my blog at http://heartworkbycecilia.blogspot.com.?...giving you full credit, of course! I love how you incorporated my stencil Tangled Pods into your background!

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  4. You're amazing Annie! This is over the moon WOW!

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    1. Thank you so much Carolyn! Love your work!

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  5. Wow, enjoyed this video so much. Loved watching the faces emerge.

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  6. Absolutely beautiful! Thank you so much for sharing your process. It was amazing watching the layers build.

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  7. Thank you for making this! BIG FAN of yours! Learned so much watching this video. Plan on signing up for one of your classes soon.

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