Monday, September 9, 2013

Sketchbook Challenge Blog Hop Starts Today (VIDEO)

It's a blog-hop "Houses & Hideaways" theme party and my art is featured on The Sketchbook Challenge blog today! Come on over and I'll meet you there :).


And for today's special event, I also made a short video demo for you!
Enjoy.


19 comments:

Donna Stewart said...

Thanks for the video! It's always amazing how less manipulation of media makes a more attractive background.

I think I'm going to pull the clips off my drawing board. :)

Linda said...

clever idea to use a clipboard! Nice vid and really beautiful watercolor and blessing!

Denise Spillane said...

The background is beautiful. Thanks for showing us.

Sandy said...

I enjoyed your video. Thank you.

Emmie said...

Thank you. Think I learned something.

Mollie Osgood said...

The video was great and full of helpful insights. Thanks for sharing!

Loretta said...

Thank you. Starting with a less than blank canvas is a treat!

Jess said...

You're a natural teacher Gina! I loved watching this, please do some more!xx

Sandi Keene said...

That was so informative! I would love to see more.

Anonymous said...

Well what a joy that was to watch.
Thank you, a wonderful way to commence the blog hop.
regards
Andy

Dianne said...

I love the quote on your houses and hideaways tree and also enjoyed your watercolour video too. Simple and so effective. Thank you.

jabbott said...

You did good, and I learned something new x

LisaT said...

Gina,
Thank you for posting the video, it was very helpful, especially the part about sprinkling salt to create the "starsies" effect.

M. Austen said...

I enjoyed your video Gina and your artwork. I'm a little late starting the blog hop.

Linda said...

Thank you so much for sharing this wc background tutorial. I love it, and I'm going to try it. Beautiful colors too. Linda E.

Sherri D said...

Just wanted to let you know you inspired me to take out my paints and give this a go. I haven't done watercolors for 45 years or so! I had never heard about using salt that way either. I did two small washes that I am going to make into something, eventually! I hope to make a few more this weekend. I really liked your tutorial. Thank you for sharing!

Jo Murray said...

It's always worth seeing the process. Thanks. Love the sentiment.

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