A quick and easy Tutorial for lustres and marbelizer as they are completed in 2 firings.  This project is inspired by a creative thinking technique of looking for possibilities 😉   Please read the rest of this tutorial at Ingrid Creates Online Arts School

http://ingridcreates.com/tutorial-for-lustres-and-marbelizer/  tutorial

 

 

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  1. Michelle
    December 8, 2012 -
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    I've just been introduced to lusters and will be buying some marblizer this coming week. I can not wait to try this! Thank you.

    • December 8, 2012 -
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      Hi Michelle, thanks for reading the tutorial. I hope you enjoy working with lustres. They are a great medium to work with, and have many different applications. You can see different applications in my lustre work here on the blog. Let me know how you go :) Ingrid

    • November 16, 2014 -
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      Hi Michelle, I hope you can join us at the Online Arts School....new courses for lustre painting in December! <a href=" http://ingridcreates.com/tutorial-for-lustres-and-marbelizer/  tutorial" rel="nofollow">Ingrid Creates Online Arts School</a>

  2. [...] with all of my paintings and experiments I still keep a diary in books and videos on my i-phone, I’ve written about this process before…but it’s really important to keep notes.  I use this blog as a visual aide for me too [...]

  3. August 25, 2012 -
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    Love your art work and creativity!! Tutorial is great! Loved so many of your pins on pinterest! Keep the good stuff coming!

    • August 25, 2012 -
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      Thanks again Paula...I'm trying not to get addicted to Pinterest!!! It's a simple tutorial, but the techniques are simple to apply to lots of different flowers :)

  4. toni
    December 29, 2011 -
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    I enjoyed this and so agree with you that pushing the boundaries is the way to progress. I need to keep better notes!

    • December 29, 2011 -
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      Hi Toni, thanks for you comments...glad you enjoyed this quick little tutorial. I think that pushing boundaries of your work is what keeps you motivated to keep painting....YES!!! KEEP BETTER NOTES! ;)

  5. Irene
    December 29, 2011 -
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    Oh, what a good idea for painting something in a short time....sure want to try it. Thanks for the lesson

    • December 29, 2011 -
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      Hi Irene...thanks for visiting! Glad you were inspired to try something new!

    • November 16, 2014 -
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      Hi Irene, I hope you can join us at the Online Arts School....new courses for lustre painting in December! <a href=" http://ingridcreates.com/tutorial-for-lustres-and-marbelizer/  tutorial" rel="nofollow">Ingrid Creates Online Arts School</a>

  6. KAREN GRUBAUGH
    December 27, 2011 -
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    Thank you, Ingrid. This is an excellent tutorial . . . how you did it so quickly amazes me. I can't wait to try the poppy in particular. Tomorrow is to be a day of lustering but I shall begin with your marbleizing creative technique. Wonderful!

    • December 28, 2011 -
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      Hi Karen, thanks for you comments...great to know it has helped :)

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