Sawdust is good for the soul. Most beginner woodworkers get into it because they recognize the longevity of the artwork. It can be practical and there is even the chance of turning it into a career. But no matter if you’re a master craftsman/craftswoman or a rank amateur, you need the must-have tools for woodworking!
Black canvas can be an intimidating thing to work with for new artists but once you get started on it you'll start believing that the white canvas people are the weird ones. We've gathered some tips and tricks to painting on black canvas that will make your attempts at painting on black canvas a much easier experience.
When it comes to watercolor paper there are hot pressed and cold pressed variants that might seem confusing, but knowing the difference and how to use those differences to your advantage is essential. Paper is one of the most essential mediums for any artist and you'd be shocked at how much an artist can go through!
Canvas painting can feel daunting for newer artists that are used to creating their pieces exclusively on paper, but it really shouldn't be. There are distinct pros and cons of canvas. You'll also want to learn about the different types of canvas and proper preparation. I promise it's a lot more simple than it sounds!
If you're looking to add a splash of color to your crafting projects, there isn't much that will get the job done as quickly and easily as a good mica pigment powder. Maybe you need a bit of inspiration for crafting project ideas which use mica powder, Hippie Crafter is ready to assist with this article!