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Thursday, August 13, 2015

Doctor WHO week--Watercolor Galaxy Art!

 Doctor Who Week!
Doctor Who inspired Watercolor Galaxy Art!
 You will need:
Watercolor Paper
Liquid Frisket
Frisket Nib
Adhesive Remover
(Get the frisket, nib and remover in one purchase here:)

Draw, sketch, splatter, and script on whatever
 image you want using the nib and liquid frisket.
Let the frisket dry completely.

Then get out the watercolors!
(I use frog tape to tape my paper down while it's wet)
Then brush, splatter, spill or paint water all over the top.
Let it soak into the paper a minute or two.
Then start adding color!
Dabs, splashes, splatters, whatever!
Until it's a dark galactic background!
It's just so much fun!
For the Tardis pictures, I just roughly sketched the image.
Imagine how amazing it could be if you were actually an artist...
No really though...you don't have to be an artist to do this!
Same thing...add all colors of paint!
Let the paint dry and then splatter on some yellow...or white if you have it!
This will look like the stars!
Then let them dry completely.
After the paint is dry, use the adhesive remover to gently lift the frisket off the paper.

Hang them up and celebrate!
They are awesome!
"All of time and space; everywhere and anywhere;
 every star that ever was...where do you want to start?"
(Doctor 11, Eleventh Hour)
Sketchy Police Box!

"Rescue me Chin-Boy and show me the Stars!"
(Oswin Oswald, The Dalek Asylum)
Here's some other great Doctor Who quotes worthy of wall art!

"I am definitely a mad man with a box!"
“Never ignore coincidence. Unless, of course, you’re busy.
 In which case, always ignore coincidence.”
“We’re all stories, in the end. Just make it a good one, eh?”
“See the bowtie? I wear it and I don't care. That's why it's cool.”

And here are some other fun frisket and watercolor ideas!

Watercolor Word Art

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