How to visualise music with Anthony P Cerretani
Step 1: Get your fine art materials ready and make yourself comfortable so you can let go and free your mind.
Step 2: Try some more unusual supplies such as pipettes, cotton swabs, soap bubbles or straws to create different marks and play around.
Step 3: Make sure you have enough paper and canvas, so you can move forward quickly and start all over again.
Step 4: Choose your favourite musician or band, create on the spot and try not to think too much. Just enjoy the moment and the journey.
Step 5: Once you are finished, let your artwork dry and finish it off with a varnish to protect your piece.
What you'll need
System3 Acrylic Ink
Daler-Rowney System3 Acrylic Inks are multi-surface, pigment-based opaque inks, ideal for mixed media and multi-technique applications. The System3 Acrylic Inks are water-based, water-resistant when dry and can be used inside as well as outdoor.VIEW
FW Acrylic Ink
Daler-Rowney FW Acrylic Inks are acrylic based, pigmented, water-resistant artists' inks with a high degree of lightfastness and intermixability. FW Acrylic Ink can be used straight out of the dropper, or diluted to achieve the most subtle of tones.VIEW
Aquafine Watercolour Ink
Daler-Rowney Aquafine Watercolour Inks are higly saturated, pigment-based inks that are perfect for a wide range of uses and techniques. The Aquafine Inks can be applied directly using the included dropper or use brushes, paint markers, technical pens or airbrushes.VIEW
FW Pearlescent Ink
Daler-Rowney FW Pearlescent Inks can be used to add shimmer and shine to decorative arts such as greeting cards, seasonal decorations, mounts and frames. They are perfect for creating dazzling effects on various surfaces.VIEW