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DECOART MEDIA®

COMPLETE MIXED MEDIA PROGRAM

DecoArt Media Education Program
DecoArt Media Education Program
DecoArt Media Educatoin Program

DECOART MEDIA® EDUCATION

Taught by internationally-renowned mixed media artist Andy Skinner, DecoArt's free video education program includes videos for all skill levels.

This series of educational videos focuses on the products within the DecoArt Media® product line. The videos are geared to teach you about each product and inspire you with techniques for use in your mixed media art.

DecoArt Media® Product Information Videos

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Beginner Technique Videos

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Advanced Technique Videos

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Tips & Hints

FLUID ACRYLICS

  • Add any regular Media Fluid Acrylic to any Media Metallic to make custom metallic colors.
  • Thin applications of Media Interference Acrylics in a wash or glaze increase the visual interference effects.
  • To clean your brayer after using with Media Fluid Acrylics, roll it on a spare piece of clean paper to remove the paint. This will also create a bonus background that can be used for future projects.

ANTIQUING CREAMS

CRACKLE PRODUCTS

  • Do not try to force dry any of the crackle products with a heat tool, fan or blow dryer.
  • Do not let products dry on brushes or tools. They clean up easily with soap and water.
  • Do not add more than 20% Media Fluid Acrylics when tinting. 10% should provide a deep color. For even deeper color, both Crackle Paint and Crackle Paste can be painted once dry.

TEXTURE PRODUCTS

  • Do not let product dry on brushes or tools. Cleans up easily with soap and water.
  • Apply Modeling Paste with cake decorating tips for even more options.

MISTERS

  • To prevent misters from blocking, spray warm water through the nozzle until it runs clear after every use. Wipe the nozzle clean.
  • If the mister has an irregular spray pattern, check the nozzle for dried paint and remove any present. Spray Media Brush & Stencil Cleaner through the nozzle until a regular spray pattern is achieved.

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