How Do I Clean An Oil Paint Brush?

Products Used in this Video NOTE: Click on images to go to product pages Chelsea Classical Studio Lavender Brush Cleaner A Safer Natural Alternative To Turpentine That Actually Smells Like Lavender! Made from 100% natural distilled fruits and flowers, featuring lavender, Chelsea Classical Studio’s Lavender Brush Cleaner is a safer natural alternative to turpentine, petroleum…..

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Jerrys Blog Squad -- 27/05/2016

How To Clean Your Brush

A Quick Tutorial Taking excellent care of your paintbrushes is important. Paintbrushes are likely one of the greatest investments you will make when purchasing art supplies, so cleaning paint brushes after each use is vital to your painting experience. If you properly care for your brushes, they can last for decades. Cleaning your brushes at…..

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Jerrys Blog Squad -- 01/03/2016

5 Pro Tips for the Beginning Watercolor Painter

Get Better with the Right Knowledge and Right Tools! In the past, we’ve taught you 5 Pro Tips for Beginning Acrylic Artists and 5 Pro Tips for the Beginning Oil Painter, and now its time for the budding watercolor painters out there! Watercolors, while typically thought of as light and fun, they can also be…..

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Jerrys Blog Squad -- 27/02/2016

How To Hold Your Pencil When You Draw

Get More Control Out of Your Pencil While doodling can create amazing pieces of art like the ones we’ve recently shared in our facebook posts, for the most part wont produce the kinds of lines you want to make to really get your drawings to show off the fluid or gestural lines you really want……

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Jerrys Blog Squad -- 07/02/2016

Watercolor Terms You Should Know

A Quick Guide to 10 Easy Watercolor Techniques   Here at The Splatter, we try to be as helpful as we can when it comes to teaching you more about art. So, in the spirit of keeping things simple, here are a list of terms for beginner watercolor painters to learn more abut the techniques…..

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Jerrys Blog Squad -- 27/01/2016

One Easy Trick To Being a Better Artist

How Using Negative Space Can Be Useful   What do you see?   Negative Space is the space that surrounds an object in an image. While we typically focus on how drawing a painting or object can improve an image, today we will focus on how not using this space can make us better artists. …..

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Jerrys Blog Squad -- 01/01/2016

Jerry’s New Year’s Resolution Number One: Learn New Techniques

This Year I Vow to Learn More As we start off this new year, we thought we would share some of our own New Year’s Resolutions for 2015 to help Artists learn and grow this year.  For our first new year’s resolution we wanted to share, we thought we would tell you all about some of…..

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Jerrys Blog Squad -- 06/01/2015

5 Artistic Ways to Relieve Stress During the Holidays

Don’t Let the Stress of the Season Get You Down!   We know how busy and stressful this time of year can get, and here at Jerry’s we only really have one response to the stress- Art. While the amount of parties, gifts to buy for people, travel and end-of-the-year work that piles up this…..

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Jerrys Blog Squad -- 07/12/2014

Fat Over Lean

Want Less Cracking in Your Oil Painting? Many oil painters will advocate “Fat over Lean” painting but not everyone knows exactly what that means. Today, we are going to explore that topic and share some of the best new mediums to improve your oil painting. Fat Over Lean   In order to make sure the…..

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Jerry’s Blog Team -- 07/10/2014

One Quick Tip to Be a Better Artist

Want to be a better artist? This one easy thing can improve your skills greatly! Now, there are many great tips to make artists better at their craft. This article doesn’t claim to have all of the answers, but this one skill can improve your skills in painting, sculpture, sketching and more. This skill, although…..

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Jerrys Blog Squad -- 09/08/2014