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so happy i stumbled upon your channel. you are a genius dude. i love how you cut the tape. i have been wondering how to tape a circle forever. thanks for showing me the way.
I can't even focus on a thing you're saying, you are *that* damn fine. Haha :) sorry.. in all sincerity though I really do appreciate your videos, you are an amazing artist and teacher and a huge inspiration :)
I have been looking for this solution. Thanks! Can't wait to try this yellow frog tape.
Very helpful tips and may try this in future paintings. Is frog tape better than using masking tape?
I use a hairdryer to warm up sellotape. No lifting the paper that way and super cheap.
Thank you for this video. If you don't mind a question, what kind of fine art paper are you using with this frog tape? I was happy to hear that the tape doesn't pull away the paper surface.
That is so helpful. Thank you so much for sharing the specific brand and type of paper that you use. I had tried using tape and paint with some BFK Rives paper that I had - and while I love that paper, it just wasn't the right kind for this specific kind of approach.
Thanks, it’s Arces 200 pound hot press water color paper
I was listening to the video while writing the question above, and now I've heard you saying you use illustration board with a hot press surface. So I'm sorry for not listening all the way through the first time around. Thank you for the tips.
John hi, where can I find Frog Tape ? as I my self am an aero modeller, it can be very handy.
Very helpful When I am using acrylics and taping I apply a thin layer of matte medium over the tape which ensures no leakage under the tape. I use the green frog tape, but want to try the yellow
super helpful thanks for these tips n tricks
I recently discovered frog tape and I'm very happy with it - much better than blue. And had wondered about doing curves with it. Thanks, this vid helped a lot.
How generous of you to share all these useful tips. Thank you!
Thanks for sharing!
Great videos. Just starting with encaustics and want to mask out sharp-edged shapes onto the wooden surface before applying encaustic paint. In your experience, can you mask out the shapes with a Frog or other type tape to prevent the edges from running? Just curious to know if it's okay, or if the hot encaustic melts the tape? What would you do to make neat-edged shapes? Thanks.
this video might help How to make a smooth encaustic surface by Jon Peters
I'm really with you with the impression of the paintings. Damaged / heavy used look in an organised and clean room / surrounding / frame.How did you make these damaged-looking marks? Or: is there a training source on the net with DIY painting techniques you can recommend?
what kind of foam brushes are those? the ones i bought leave a ton of brush marks :( these look like they leave a really smooth marks
Gluing gold leaf
Is it that yellow guey stuff?
Hello. I was trying to figure out how you make the aluminum "splotches and cuts" like it looks real... Is is just glue being sprayed and then aluminum leaf being applied? Cheers
great vid, great techniques!
Great video, again. Is the green tape just painters tape? I have never seen Frog tape. Where do you buy that? You are a man of so many talents. When do you find time to do all you do?
Great, thank you, I will buy some.
Hi, your videos are great. What type of paint did you use in this video?
you did, I am sorry...my viewing of this video stopped every time at 2:37 and I thought it was an accident on your part...turns out it was mine! SORRY! ;)
I was hoping to see how you did the circle taping...is there a video for that?