Weekly Art Review 21/10/2018 – 27/10/2018

This week I’ve been playing with Resin for the first time. It’s been a weird experience and I think I’ll be definitely using it again. I was coating coasters that I’ve painted with acrylic paint. They turned out really well. I think the saying about robins has a bit of truth to it. I always think of my Dad when I see one.

I have also been sketching and designing some other cute little designs in my sketch book this week. I’m loving holly and leaves with yellow edges. I have a special little project I’m doing just for myself that I’ll hopefully finish this week.

I’ve had a very up and down week this week. Struggling with certain areas in my life but I guess that’s just parr for the course. I’ve been sketching a lot more and managed to get myself a couple of commissions.

I have released my first grey scale colouring page. You can find it in my Etsy store. Carnations are so intricate, it took a while for me to perfect the grey scale.

If you’d like to keep up to date with my current work, follow me on Instagram and Facebook.

Colouring Pages and so much more

I have created a colouring group to teach some art techniques. In this group you will find ideas and tips on paper choice and colouring ideas. You can share your progress and ask questions.

I have created a number of colouring pages that are downloadable for you to print out. There is also a book coming and I am always making more colouring sheets. Check it out at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1686019051445625/

Just 2 of my current collections. They leave a lot to the colourists imagination. They have been really popular even with the young at heart.

Check out my Instagram and Facebook feeds for work in progress pictures and a release date for my book.

Cheers,

Chrissy Turley xx

Colouring pages

I’ve been working on these little sketches for a few weeks now. I’m pretty happy with them and they are proving to be quite popular.

I have 7 new designs of various flowers to native and wild animals.

I’m really excited to show you. These will be a social media item. I will not be putting them in my Etsy store for now.

Normal White Printing Paper – perfect for colour pencils.

£0.70 each with a postage cost of £1.30 per address.

Mixed Media Paper – great for acrylic paint or watercolour paint.

£1.10 each with a postage cost of £1.30 per address.

Choose one or all of the designs and enjoy creating beautiful art.

if you would like to purchase some these cute little designs, please pop over to my Facebook or Instagram pages!

Cheers,

Chrissy