When it comes to creating textured art, two popular materials artists often turn to are poly fillers and impasto modelling pastes. While both materials can serve the same purpose of adding texture to a painting or other artwork, they each have their own unique properties, benefits, and drawbacks.
Textured art involves the use of various materials and techniques to create a beautiful three-dimensional effect on the surface of an artwork. However, one of the challenges with textured art is that it has the potential to crack! In this blog, we will explore some of the reasons why this might happen -as well as discuss what can be done to prevent it.
Choosing the right colour palette is an essential part of creating a beautiful cohesive artwork. A well-selected colour palette can evoke emotion, communicate a message, and enhance the overall impact of your piece.