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World Art Day is coming up (April 15) so I’m going to show you an easy and fun way to make some abstract art for your walls. Here’s what you’ll need to get started:
Step 1: Make Color Blocks
The first step for making your abstract art is to use the Blending Palette and a wet paintbrush to transfer Dual Brush Pen ink onto your watercolor paper (watch the video below to see how I do it).
Step 2: Cut Out Shapes
Once all of your color blocks are dry, start cutting out shapes. Try geometric shapes, some squiggles, flowers etc. Go with your first instincts...do you find yourself gravitating towards circles? Maybe triangles are more your thing?
Step 3: Arrange The Shapes
Once all of your shapes are cut out, start arranging them on a new piece of paper until you have a combination you like. Try a minimalist layout with just two or three shapes, then try one with lots of shapes and colors.
Step 4: Glue Everything Down
Once you have a layout you like, use your MONO Multi XL Liquid Glue to stick all the pieces down. Once everything is dry you can frame your masterpiece and hang it on the wall!
Comment below and tell me if you have any of your own art hanging up at home. If not, why not?!