This is an update of an older post. But I loved making the stencil turtles. Creative Saturdays – Stencil Tadeo Turtle A few posts ago I showed how to use plastic wrap to make a background. But today I have cut out the shapes of 3 different turtles and then made the background. After that… Continue reading Creative Saturdays – Stencil Turtles
Creative Saturdays – Today Janis experiments with vegetables instead of a paint brush.
Creative Saturdays – Stained Glass Watercolour Tadeo Turtle Played a lot tonight with a my new watercolour pencils. I showed my watercolour crayons to my grandchildren on our holiday – they loved them. Here are a few pictures. So today I thought I would try a stained glass type of painting. I tried different ways… Continue reading Creative Saturdays – Stained Glass Watercolour Tadeo Turtle
Creative Saturdays – Tadeo Turtle Oil Pastel Resist At my experimental workshop for watercolour we looked at many materials that will resist watercolour. Today I am experimenting with Oil Pastels. I used only white oil pastel to paint the outline of my picture. You can do lines, circles, solid pieces. You can use different colours.… Continue reading Creative Saturdays – Tadeo Turtle Oil Pastel Resist
Live Interview on Canoe FM – Janis Cox author of Tadeo Turtle Janis Cox, author of Tadeo Turtle, a children’s book for ages under 7, interviewed on Canoe FM about her book, her artwork and her faith.
Sunday Stillness – Isaiah 30:15. Join others in our community – read and learn more about God. If you have written a post – join us and link in.
Creative Saturdays – Four Essentials of Composition. Janis explains for elements of composition to make an interesting picture.
Creative Saturdays – Toothbrush Tadeo Turtle. Janis Cox prepares another craft with easy to use materials – even a toothbrush.
Crafting Saturdays – Pointillism Tadeo Turtle. Janis attempts a painting using the pointillism technique for Tadeo Turtle.
Crafting Saturdays – Woven Tadeo Turtle. Janis gives instructions of how to weave two paintings together to create a unique piece of art.