Metallic Inspirations Metallic medium in a bottle a Marilyn Allis product, TV artist

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Description

This is magic, A very metallic liquid medium, which turns your watercolours & Dyes into super metallic paint. No more buying expensive pans. This is a supreme product. Just a few drops & you have your metallic paints using your existing colours which you love. the choice is unlimited. This is the most metallic medium I have ever used.  It makes beautiful watercolours the best quality metallic paints, dyes work beautifully and can be painted on watercolour paper, white & black with just a few drops. Made in the UK 30ml bottle. You will also receive a link and reference materials for FREE to watch three metallic hares' tuition

How this was made

Tested and tested until I created a medium that I wanted

What's included in the price?

30ml bottle of metallic inspiration

What you will need

A size 10, 16 & large Brush 1/4″ imperial Sheet of Saunders Waterford 190lb ROUGH paper watercolours kitchen towel, plastic card, masking fluid, bamboo pen. 2 x toothbrush Hair dryer but not essential,

Duration

30 minutes

Maker

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Marilyn Allis

with Craft Courses since 2019

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Popular TV artist and winner of ‘Artist of the Year’ 1999, with the SAA. She has featured on ‘Fraser & Friends’, ‘A Splash of Paint’ She was also a contestant in channel 4’s Water Colour Challenge series. Author of 3 books including the best seller ‘People aren’t Scary, really’ she also demonstrates and teaches for art on cruise ships. She has been a regular tutor at the ‘All about Art’ Writing regular teaching articles for art publications and test products for the art industry.

Suitable for

  • Adults
  • Seniors
  • Teenagers
  • Children
  • Wheelchair users
  • Hearing impaired
  • Limited mobility
  • Suitable for beginners
  • UK Holiday
  • Romantic
  • Intermediate level
  • Fairs, festivals & exhibitions
  • Easter
  • Advanced/pro level
  • Christmas
  • Father's Day
  • Pet lovers
  • Mother's Day
  • Spooky
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