Art techniques and tutorials
On this blog, you will find inspiration and information about art techniques and tutorials. Also, you will find here information about my favorite tools and materials. Have fun exploring!
Sometimes I like to go back to the basics, and make marks! No thinking involved, just let the hand move and let the eye explore what’s possible. Read on!
In this blog post, I show you a five minute painting proces. I set the timer on five minutes, and off I go. Watch the video!
Dear reader, Today I made a painting on A4 format. I recorded the painting process, and if everything has turned out well, you can watch the video below. I actually really enjoy recording the process. It takes a bit time on beforehand (and afterward editing the...
In this painting demo, I continue painting from a place of surrender: not knowing where to go, let the painting paint itself.
Making abstract collages is so much fun, and you can do it in a fairly small amount of time! In this blog post, I’ll show you a video of the making of a postcard-size collage. It’s about 18 minutes long. Have fun watching!
Do you sometimes get in a painting slump? In this article, I show you how you can get out of it through using found composition with a paper window. Read on!
In this video post I’ll show you the process of making a collage on a tiny business card. Enjoy, watch the video, and try it out yourself!
Making a collage of a very small size is fun! It only takes a little bit of time, and the tiny size creates the possibility to give extra attention to the small details. Try it out on the back of an old business card! Enjoy the video!
In this video-blog, I’ll show you how I made a very small collage on the back of a business card. Working on a small size is fun and is great for sustaining a daily art practice.
In this blog post, I’ll write about one of my favorite materials: Caran d’Ache Neocolor II water-soluble crayons. I use these crayons all the time, since they give beautiful, rough marks, come in beautiful colors, make fantastic graphic marks and mix well with acrylic paint. Have fun using them!