Here’s a tutorial for how to teach (or just paint) one of Artistic Abandon’s most popular paintings, Solace. Enjoy!
I finally got around to uploading a new painting tutorial. Uploading it took ALL. DAMN. DAY. During which time I debated whether or not I could get away with making cock jokes since it’s a painting of a rooster. But I’m a classy lady, so instead, I’ll leave you to make the jokes for me in the comments if you so desire. If not, just enjoy the video:
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Hi everyone! Hope you all had a smashing Thanksgiving yesterday, and are now lazing around with bloated bellies until it’s time to dig into your leftovers. To give you an excuse to avoid getting into another political fight with your crazy Uncle Albie, here is another instructional video for one of Artistic Abandon’s paintings, Blue Window.
If you’re interested in licensing our paintings (all of which are copyrighted) for your own paint and sip business or classroom, please contact us at email@example.com. If you’re a budding artist and just want to paint along at home (not to teach or to sell as your own painting or financially profit from in any way), you are welcome to use this video free of charge. Have fun!
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Last night at my sip and paint studio, I had a lot of paint leftover on the palettes I had poured for my customers. I hate wasting paint. Hate it. It hurts to toss perfectly good paint, but it’s generally been sitting out too long or has been contaminated with other colors on the palette by the end of class, so it can’t go back into the bottles. So, instead of tossing it last night, I decided to take the leftovers and do a new painting before heading home. Knocked this sweet little one out:
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