I recommend adding a clear resin finish to your ArtWaters artwork. Here I am using my preferred clear resin, FAMOWOOD Crystal Clear Wood Finish. It works perfectly to protect your work and also brings out the colors.
After following the directions on preparing your resin, pour desired amount onto your finished work. Just like with painting with ArtWaters, you will want to be working on a flat level surface. Use a spoon or lift each corner to make sure all has been covered and you have a level resin surface applied.
ArtWaters with a clear resin finish looks and feels great! Thank you for visiting, add to your bookmarks (Ctrl+D) and keep in touch.
Once your ArtWaters painting is dry, you can add picture cutouts, great for making collages. For my project, I will be using 3 cutouts and an ArtWaters painting.
Glue your cutouts onto your dried ArtWaters painting. I glued eyes and arms cutouts.
ArtWaters with cutouts can create awesome works of art! Once you’ve finished with all your cutouts I recommend Adding a Clear Resin Finish. Thank you for visiting, add to your bookmarks (Ctrl+D) and keep in touch.
Using paint brushes is an excellent way to create new designs. No ArtWaters Expander is needed, but when used it can enhance. Here I am painting on a piece of wax paper.
Once you have finished spreading ArtWaters Medium and dropping your ArtWaters Colors, use your paint brush to mix the colors and create your unique design.
Great looking designs are achievable using ArtWaters and paint brushes. Thank you for visiting, add to your bookmarks (Ctrl+D) and keep in touch by leaving comments below.
Pouring ArtWaters Medium into the center of your ArtWaters Colors creates new designs. No ArtWaters Expander is needed. Here I am painting on a plastic grocery bag.
Once you have finished spreading ArtWaters Medium and dropping your ArtWaters Colors, pour ArtWaters Medium into the middle of your ArtWaters Colors. Try to aim for the center.
Wonderful! A great looking unique design using ArtWaters Medium in the center! Thank you for visiting, add to your bookmarks (Ctrl+D) and keep in touch by leaving comments below!
Peeling your finished ArtWaters from plastic creates new possibilities for customizing your finished designs. I recommend using plastic wrap or a plastic table cover. Here I am using a tray covered in clear plastic tape – clear tape also works well.
Once you have finished painting onto plastic, wait until fully dry. Drying time depends on the amount and thickness of your ArtWaters. Once fully dry your ArtWaters should easily peel off. You may then cut and customize your finished design. Here I am painting a 6×4 design that was dry in 24 hours.
Great! Your ArtWaters design has been peeled off and cut! Thank you for visiting, add to your bookmarks (Ctrl+D) and keep in touch by leaving comments below!
This technique is one of my favorites, it creates a colorful medium by mixing ArtWaters colors with ArtWaters medium.
You will need a glass or bowl, ArtWaters medium, 3 ArtWaters colors, and ArtWaters expander. For this demonstration I will be using blue in the medium and dropping yellow and red. Start by pouring ArtWaters medium into your glass or bowl. Next, drop ArtWaters colors onto the medium.
Stir until your are satisfied with your colorful new medium. Pour onto your desired surface, here I am using a plastic tray. Drop your ArtWaters colors followed by ArtWaters expander.
Congratulations! You have made a gorgeous colorful design with an equally colorful background! Thank you for visiting, add to your bookmarks (Ctrl+D) and keep in touch using the comments section or by e-mailing me.