How to: Image Transfer on watercolor paper enhanced with colored pencils and burnished with beeswax.

Kristin McFarlane "I regard glass as a perfect medium for layering images and text to create three dimensional and creative works as its tactile, sensual qualities are so unlike paper. [...] Type and image is given the opportunity to 'float' in space and time, no longer constrained to a page but free to interact within various layers, viewed from many angles and its multi dimensionality adds further intangible qualities as the glass changes under different lighting."

Encaustic photo tutorial, have never tried it with photos

Learn the more advanced encaustic technique of burning glue and paper to create unique elements for encaustic paintings.

Karen L Darling | 'Fleeting Throughts' Oil, wax and charcoal on paper

BeesWax Collage

How-to: layering book paper, wax & tissue paper in your art journal.....or, I'm thinking, even on canvas or wood.

Learn how to transfer your favorite photos to wood with out DIY Photo Transfer Tutorial!

Christine Lindstrom "Fragile"

are you flowin'?: Image transfers in your art journal - a photo-heavy tutorial

Tips for a Successful Immediate Image Transfer

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Painting Alcohol Watercolor Textures, a really useful instructional technique for getting super interesting texture . . . Posted by Penny http://www.craftylady.com

Gesso Background with Watercolor Pencil - Free Tutorial!

Iron on pictures to wood

DIY Water Color Art (watercolor resist) ...BTW,Please Check this out: http://artcaffeine.imobileappsys.com

Tissue paper is no longer just for stuffing gift bags. These days I'm using tissue paper in a lot of my art and paper projects because it is so versatile. It's flexible, semi transparent, thin and printable. Today's tutorial is about how to print on tissue paper.

Use glue, salt, and watercolor. The glue makes the colors rise from the paper and the salt creates a 'starburst' look.

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apply masking fluid with a toothpick or the round end of a small brush. Art by Vivian Swift.