How to use palette knives with Carole Jury?
Prime your canvas
Prime your canvas with a base colour of your choice or use white gesso primer to create an even surface with consistent coverage. Let your canvas dry.
Add your main colour
Add a layer of your most used colour in the picture in the colour category of your choice. Try to work on a wet surface. This will support creating movement and shapes with the palette knives
Fleck, press or swipe
Get to know your palette knives' different shapes and the forms they can make. Fleck, press or swipe your palette knives on the canvas to create different patterns.
Create more details
Use smaller palette knives for a more detailed effect.
Don’t forget to clean your palette knives after using to have long-lasting fun with your materials.
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