The first video I filmed about Marabu’s Art Crayons was meant as an overview and introduction to them. In today’s, I’ll demo some techniques that you can use in your journals, on cards, Artist Trading Cards, and really, just about any paper or canvas surface.
One of the most versatile characteristics of Art Crayons is that they add color to paper without any liquid being present. That’s important on thinner paper where you want to minimize curling. They’re pigment rich and high quality, an artist grade product, but at a very reasonable price. The pigment stick that is the Crayon is pretty thick, but it’s simple to trim the end to a finer point, allowing you to draw or write with it quite easily. You’ll also discover that the bits you trim off can be used too, so nothing is wasted.
There’s a lot to like about Marabu Art Crayons. They’ve earned a permanent place on my studio work table and are a supply I reach for quite often.
Even more to like?? For three days, today June 21st until 11:59 pm EDT on Friday the 23rd, you can save 30% on all Marabu Art Crayons! Supply links are right under the video, but if you can’t wait… click HERE to see the open stock colors and the four sets.
Supplies For This Video:
Joggles 9″ x 12″ Stencils (I used Endless)
Dylusions Dyary Products (Die Cuts, Stick Its, Stickers you see on the sample pages)