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Colorful Dripping Wet Ink Drawings

Inspiration for Silhouette Melted Crayon Art. Stunning Ink Paintings by Marc Allante. Marc is an independent, self taught artist of Chinese and French descent based in Hong Kong.

Marc Allante Art

Epic Art Tempest by Marc Allante Tempest: Reproduction giclee print OBA-free canvas Professionally stretched on bar with gallery wrap Ready to hang Made in the USA Material: Ink on canvas Care: Dust with a dry cloth Brand: Epic Art Origin: United States

This is a fun art project submitted by Heidi Bolster, CTRS.     via    Materials:      ·          Paper with printout of people with umbrell...

Colorful Dripping Wet Ink Drawings by by Chinese and French artist Marc Allante. As splatters spread across the paper, Allante’s figures find refuge .

Watercolor is a medium most artists take for granted. Most people lump it together with modeling clay and crayons as a medium for beginners. Painter Marc Allante has

A Deluge of Color – Watercolor Paintings by Marc Allante

Put paint tape to cover the place to stencil, put paint filled balloons around canvas, pop with darts, let dry, use stencil to add silhouette. by Selkie~gal

"Sempre" canvas print by Marc Allante

Sempre Canvas Artwork by Marc Allante

Two Step By Marc Allante Canvas Print #MAE32

Two Step Canvas Art by Marc Allante

BRI-COCO DE LOLO: À la manière de Marc Allante

un artiste franco-chinois installé à Hong-Kong et qui se nomme Marc Allante

Weeping Willow

Melted crayon art weeping willow tree - I needed a heat gun (not a a hair drier) to do this, and it was cute. No matter what I did, when it dried then crayon cracked and peeled up.

I would love to do this

Rainbow Encaustic Wax Painting - Melted Crayon Art - Couple Standing in The Rain

pretty rain by ollie

popping paint filled balloons on a canvas . put paint tape to cover the place to stencil, put paint filled balloons around canvas, pop with darts (slingshots?), let dry, use stencil to add silhouette - love it! Or do the crayon melting thing!