Artist Surfaces

Artist Surfaces

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ARTISTRO Watercolor Pads, Set of 2
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OUR PAINT PENS

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Artistro's paint pens are perfect for any surface. Enjoy creating art projects with our acrylic markers paint pens on a variety of surfaces like rocks, stone, metal, pottery, treated smooth wood, plastic, cardboard, canvas, fabric, polymer clay, card stock, photo album scrapbook journal and more!

Features of painting on various artist surfaces

Tired of looking for the perfect painting tool and artist surfaces? Meager monochrome pencil sketches and traditional artist surfaces do not satisfy you any longer? Are watercolor paints too capricious, gouache too amateurish, and canvas an uninspiring choice for your taste? Are you ready for a new challenge - to conquer the whole world with your creativity and original artist surfaces? You can do it literally: you will become the master of every possible and unimaginable creative tool and artist surfaces that have ever existed! What is the magic of using different artist surfaces?

Working with different artist surfaces requires a certain approach, as each kind of artist surfaces and painting technique has its own tricks. You can use a wide variety of artist surfaces to paint with acrylics or markers. The choice of a particular kind of artist surfaces depends primarily on your level of proficiency in tools and on the paints used.

The paint should be designed for applying on the type of artist surfaces you have chosen, as well as working with the tools with which you apply this paint. In addition, some artist surfaces must be pre-prepared before painting. You need to make sure that there is optimal adhesion between the paint and the artist surfaces and that your design adheres securely. If you plan to tint a large area on one of your chosen artist surfaces, you may need a special tool, such as an airbrush, to do this. In this case, make sure that the paint you purchased can easily pass through the nozzle of the airbrush.

The importance of choosing unconventional artist surfaces

It is unconventional painting techniques on unusual artist surfaces that create an atmosphere of ease, openness, promote the development of initiative, independence, and create an emotionally favorable attitude towards activities. For every artist, it is necessary and possible to search for such ways of interaction that, on the one hand, retain the advantages of original creativity, and on the other hand, help to master new means of self-expression; search for original artist surfaces and new techniques. Therefore, you need to expand your horizon and experiment with different painting techniques on different artist surfaces: traditional (pencils, paints, coals) and unconventional (different materials and artist surfaces to paint on)

As you know, novice artists often copy a sample that was provided to them on the usual kind of artist surfaces. Unconventional painting techniques and artist surfaces allow to avoid this, since the beginner, instead of a ready-made sample, demonstrates only a method of action with specific material and art supplies (artist surfaces, paints, pencils, etc). This gives impetus to the development of imagination, creativity, the manifestation of independence, the expression of the individuality of the future artist on the new, unusual artist surfaces, explore one’s inner artist with different techniques.

The effect of unconventional painting created on unusual artist surfaces is not limited to improving hand-eye coordination (for example, painting on glass, painting fabric, designing your own original artist surfaces, painting with chalk on velvet paper, working with more original materials and artwork). When you work in unconventional painting techniques, using unusual artist surfaces, it also helps relieve stress, improve mood, relieves fear of the painting process, allows you to find a new way of self-expression on unique artist surfaces.