How to Discover Shapes for Your Paintings
Do you struggle at times to come up with compositions of shapes for your paintings?
And do you hesitate to try a shape on the canvas because you don't want to make a mistake?
Call me guilty on both counts.
Or at least I used to be, until I found a couple of ways to play with shapes and get ideas BEFORE committing them to canvas.
In this video, I show you two wonderful ways to discover shapes for your paintings. One is the Buddha Board, a really neat item that lets you paint with plain water. When the water dries, the image you paint disappears.
Watch the video below to see the Buddha Board in action and to learn about another way to explore shapes using materials around your studio.
Click here or on the image below to watch the video.
And click here to download the FREE “Variety Checklist.”