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Finally, I made a new mixed media portrait video! 🙂 In this video tutorial I’m showing how I created the portrait Transparent Light, that I wrote about previously.

Video Hop

I made this video because I was invited by Shannon Green (who you might know from Journaling by 5s) to participate in a so-called video hop with the group Inspiration Conspiracy.

This is the third time that I am participating in this hop. The other two times were with my videos Who Are You and Veiling, Unveiling. For this new video hop we’re with 11 people who are all publishing an arts/craft process video on YouTube today and are linking to each other’s videos in a specific order. We’re actually with three hops now that are running parallel. This is a fun way to get to know new and interesting YouTube channels that you might not have heard about!

Here’s the list of the people and the links to the videos who are participating in this hop:

Supplies I used in this video

For the portrait that you see me creating in this video, I have used the following supplies:

  • Fabriano Rosaspina paper, 220 gsm. Size 23 x 34 cm (approx. 9 x 13 inch)
  • Gesso (Golden)
  • Acrylic paint (DecoArt Americana) in the colors White, Deep Periwinkle, Dusty Rose, Flesh
  • Pastel pencils in the colors White (Stabilo CarbOthello), Violet Oxide, Brown Earth, Raw Umber, Pale Ultramarine (Derwent
  • Colored pencils in various colors (Prismacolor Premier)
  • Oil paint sticks (Sennelier) in the colors Flesh Ochre, Antique White, Ultramarine Blue, Payne’s Grey
  • Oil pastels in various colors (Sennelier)
  • Angled brushes (Catalyst by Princeton)
  • Water
  • Rag
  • Kitchen towel
  • Baby wipes

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