Have you heard about the Van Gogh immersive experience that's been a huge hit around the world? So far over 2 million people have enjoyed it. I haven't been yet, but I'm excited to go! To celebrate this event I created a Van Gogh inspired mirror using Van Gogh Oil Pastels from Royal Talens. It was so easy to get that impasto feel using pastels by simply painting the base of my wood mirror in a dark blue. I call it the impostor impasto technique! It was a relaxing way to study Starry night which was my inspiration for this mirror. Even though I didn't interpret it literally, I was able to get the look of it with these amazing highly pigmented oil pastels! Make sure to check out the beautiful Royal Talens craft supplies! Now get out there and Make Your Mark!
Of course you photograph anything Van Gogh with sunflowers!
Small strokes in bold colors make the perfect imposter impasto!
Everything I used for this project here:
Royal Talens Oil Pastels Set of 12: https://bit.ly/3xVEcKn Royal Talens Oil Pastels Set of 24: https://amzn.to/3dlPVtF Royal Talens Oil Pastels Set of 60: https://amzn.to/2U8l50O Royal Talens Pastel Varnish: https://bit.ly/3haZbSG Fish Tank Glass: https://amzn.to/35TLeTQ E6000 Glue: https://amzn.to/2VfF248 Dark Blue Matte Chalky Finish: https://bit.ly/3jjCa2x
Watch how to make this mirror here OR watch
how to make it on my YouTube channel here: https://youtu.be/ehgUHam07Fk
Love the crushed fish tank glass! It gives the mirror more dimension and softened the
edges of the mirror
Paint like a master!
Wow, you always amaze me ! Thank you for generously sharing.ReplyDelete
I went. Love your project Mark.ReplyDelete
I'm so glad! Thank you so much Ang!Delete