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Mindy Lacefield

Hi! My name is Mindy and I am inspired and paint from the nostalgia of my childhood. Channeling my inner 8 year old. Painting my dreams into reality. I teach. I learn. I play. I make mistakes. I celebrate those mistakes because they become happy, magical moments from the Divine.

Questions? Comments? Email me!

About this Course

Join me for a Halloween art party! We will be creating Lydia Deetz from Beetlejuice in watercolor, Sally from Nightmare before Christmas in mixed media acrylics and a primitive Witch (combining the two -->> watercolor and mixed media)

Halloween and Fall is my favorite time of year! Let's celebrate and create art inspired by these wonderful characters. 

Here's all the details:

  • Class begins September 18, 2017 (self paced after that date)
  • $49
  • 3 Projects with over 2 hours of content
  • real time creating as I walk (and talk) you through all the layers and design elements and the reason why I'm doing what I'm doing
  • lifetime access
  • Sally, Lydia Deetz, and Primitive Witch 
  • We will talk about building up soft luminous layers within the face. This is an extensive insight into how I distress and slowly build up layers within the face using marks, GAC100 acrylic polymer, and nuances of shadow building with color. (Sally is my most time intensive face I've ever done for online work!!)



























SUPPLY LIST:

watercolor paper pad - 7x10" is what I'll be working on. I like hot press but use what you have

Prima "the classic"  watercolor set

niji small water brush, Da vinci no 1 quill (or for a less expensive alternative grab the bamboo brush)

optional flat brush: master's touch 1/2" flat - I got this at hobby lobby but any flat brush will be fine!

Prima watercolor pencils - I'll be using numbers 32, 120 (black), 142, and 35 - the basic set will do you just fine!

stabilo graphite pencil - this pencil is graphite and it is water-soluble so it works awesome with watercolors. this is my go-to pencil always!

eraser

8x10 or 9x12 wood board

white gesso 

dina wakley brushes

detail brush

GAC100

quin. nickel azo gold (this is one color that really has no substitute....except if you are in Australia there is a red gold that is Very similar to this. use that and you'll be good)

craft smart: spearmint - I got at michaels, also Tim Holtz pistachio is a great color for Sally

blick matte acrylic: green blue light





Americana - fiery red

golden florescent chartreuse (or any craft neon yellow)

holbein luminous opera

americana - midnite blue (available at michaels or hobby lobby)

Golden van dyke brown hue

white paint - I used Martha Stewart

colored pencils - blue and red

Catalyst blade shape 6 15mm