Corn Starch Paint Texture

Artist Thespoena McLaughlin shows you how to add texture to acrylic paint with corn starch.


Auntie Cake said...

Love it! Watched the whole thing, now I am off to look for old book covers and will hit the garage looking for some wood! Thanks for sharing! I love Prilosec, thanks for helping Thespa to teach us!!!

Terri Kahrs said...

Awesome tut, Thespa! The results are amazing for such a simple, yet effective technique. Lots of possibilities swirling around in my head. Love your little art cup! Thanks! Hugs, Terri

Anna Rosa Designs said...

Hi Thespa,
Thanks soo much for another exciting paint technique. I'll have to give this a go one as well.
Have a great weekend,

lidybug said...

I love this tutorial! Your such a GreaT teacher!!! I love the nature sounds in the back ground very relaxing!!

Suz said...

This is so cool! I am anxious for more!

artlover said...
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artlover said...

Very nice tutorial~
Love the book with the little doll!!!
Thank you;-)


Elisabet said...

Thespoena, I just discovered your blogs (I know, "gasp") and I love them! You are truly talented and thank you for being so generous with your techniques! I can't wait to try this one out on cornstarch... I am your newest follower and look forward to further browsing through your blog pages and future additions you might make to your blogs.
Beth P

typogal said...

Just stumbled upon your site and this tutorial. I am going to do this!

LindyLu said...

Great tut! I will be doing this for Christmas gifts. Thank you for sharing your creativity with all of us:)

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