Twelve PDF Lessons -
With video support where needed.
This workshop has 12 PDF Lessons which you process at your own speed! There is some video support where needed as well.
When you purchase the workshop and check out, you will be given a link to a Download page and an Order Code - this is a long number which has nothing to do with your actual Order Number.
Click to go to the Download page and enter the Order Code where indicted. Because it is a long number, it might be easier to Copy/Paste it.
The Workshop Guide will auto download to your computer.
This is a PDF file which includes the Download Links for all the lessons.
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Supply List (PDF) . . .
Your Supply List can be found at this Link:
But not just in my art journal.
Over the past six years, I have tried them on everything (except my iPad), and have loved the results. Surfaces from fabrics to stretched canvas and even wood lend themselves to a beautiful dance with Inktense.
Oh, and did I mention how delightfully it transfers with Sheer Heaven?
This might just be the most wide-ranging art supply I have ever met, and I think it is time to share all my Inktense experiments and successful art projects with you!
If I had to go to a deserted island and bring only one source of color in my art survival kit, it would be a set of Derwent Inktense Pencils and Blocks.
I started using these watersoluble pencils in my art journal in 2006, just shortly after they were released. They have an amazing, popping intensity which spoke directly to my color-lovin' heart, and I have been using them ever since . . .
Above left is a dry Inktense drawing done on Sheer Heaven. At the right is the drawing transferred to fabric.
This is the very first drawing I ever did with Inktense - in a Moleskine Sketchbook.
I was shocked by the intensity of the color when the pencil was wet with a waterbrush.
This Leaf was drawn directly on fabric with Inktense pencils.
INTENSE FROM SOUP TO NUTS