About this course
Blurred Edges 2 is an exploration in the process of letting go. In this 2nd installment, we talk about micro and macro wedging. I show you how to control the wedging process so that you can explore further. Just because you can control the micro movements, we will still let go of "being in control" of the painting/drawing process.
We will surprise ourselves. Creating accidents. Fostering mistakes. For that is where the magic lies!
- 5 total lessons, 1 bonus lesson
- Class begins June 25th
- One Facebook live session
Do I need to take the first Blurred Edges course to take this one? My advice is yes to take that one first. This builds on the first class but if you are eager to jump in then I certainly encourage you to do so!
Will we be doing the same lessons as the first Blurred Edges course? No, these lessons are brand new and different than the first class. This class is meant to take your further along in the process. All new lessons and materials! It is the same process but tweaked to taken you farther along the journey.
How long will I have access to the course? Lifetime access. Videos are downloadable
Do I need all the supplies on the supply list? No, I am all about using what you have on hand. I will be working mainly with Tim Holtz paints because they move nicely when activated by water. You can use any fluid acrylics that you may have on hand. (Ground espresso and tea dye Tim Holtz colors are the most important ones)
Will there be a Facebook group? The group will be continued from the first Blurred Edges class, so you can keep sharing there.
titanium white matte (make sure this is the matte white. the texture is different!)
prima metallic watercolor set or any shimmer watercolors
1/2" mop brush - great for softening and calming areas but can also be used to blur the edges within the face. a great brush and must have for this class!
Bronze caran d'ache neocolor ii or any color you are drawn to.
helix sharpener with two holes if you like to sharpen your neocolor ii's
random flower foam stamps - these are cute!
Stillman and birn toned paper journal- you can also work on a paper bag or any tan toned Kraft paper.
paper: watercolor paper torn down to around 7x9 or 8x10. I use the 300lb 22x30" watercolor sheet in arches but you can tear down a smaller page or work on watercolor paper. Just make sure it is super durable as we will be adding lots of layers.
***NOTE there may be a few supplies that are added as I continue to film the class. I'll keep you all posted!