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Become an Alcohol Ink Artist in 30 days or less

The Step by Step Techniques For Becoming An Awesome Alcohol Ink
Artist (WITHOUT) Confusion And Wasted Time! IN The Next 30 DAYS!

Introducing…The Easily
Achievable Way To Become an Awesome Alcohol Ink Expert WITHOUT  Wasting
Valuable Time And Money!

Easy Step By Step
Instruction 

Achieve Beautiful works
of Art with easy step by step Techniques and Instructions.

Don’t Waste Another Penny
on Unneeded Supplies

This course will give you
a complete supply list rather than wasting money and buying supplies that won’t
work.

Know
which Surfaces Work the Best

Learn how to prepare and
seal on a variety of surfaces, including the big Desire Canvases. 

Go from Newbie To Advanced
in 30 Days 

This course will cut your
learning curve in half saving you valuable time and giving you the ability to
create beautiful alcoholic Ink paintings in record time.

Alcohol ink art

Easy step by step way to becoming an Alcohol Ink Artist in 30days or less

The Step by Step Techniques For Becoming An Awesome alcohol ink artist (WITHOUT) Confusion And Wasted Time! IN The Next 30 DAYS!

Introducing…The Easily Achievable Way To Become an Awesome Alcohol Ink Expert WITHOUT  Wasting Valuable Time And Money!

Easy Step By Step Instruction 

Achieve Beautiful works of Art with easy step by step Techniques and Instructions.

Don’t Waste Another Penny on Unneeded Supplies

This course will give you a complete supply list rather than wasting money and buying supplies that won’t work.

Know which Surfaces Work the Best

Learn how to prepare and seal on a variety of surfaces, including the big Desire Canvases. 

Go from Newbie To Advanced in 30 Days 

This course will cut your learning curve in half saving you valuable time and giving you the ability to create beautiful alcoholic Ink paintings in record time.

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New Social Media Marketing for Artists 2022

Are you an artist looking to sell your work? If so, you’ll want to explore the best social media platforms for artists. When it comes to selling art, social media platforms are a great way to reach a wider audience. Social media is vital for artists because it allows them to connect with new audiences, sell their work, and gain exposure for their art. Additionally, social media can help artists learn new techniques and stay up-to-date on the latest art trends. If you’re an artist looking to promote your artwork, it’s essential to know the best practices for each social media platform. Different social media platforms cater to different types of artists, with some being better for promoting visual art and others being more beneficial for those in the music industry. 

We’ve highlighted some best practices when using social media to promote your art:

– Post exciting content that is engaging and not just promotional.

– Use hashtags to help people find your work.

– Follow other artists on these different networks for inspiration or ideas about using them successfully.

– Schedule posts during peak hours with high engagement rates (around noon). Remember to post 1-2 times per week if you want quality interactions without being too overwhelming for followers.

Each social media platform has its advantages and disadvantages, so choose the best fit for your art business. Experiment with different platforms and see which ones work best for you.

Leveraging social media can be a challenge for most creatives. The standard practice for artists to get started is to create one social media channel and learn everything about marketing your artwork on that social media site. Once you become a pro at marketing on that site, try sharing your creative work on a different social media platform. This is extremely time consuming and prevents you from actually focusing on your creative passion. Hiring a marketing agency on your behalf is very expensive, without any guarantees. Most artist do not have the financial backing to launch a marketing campaign that will yield desired results. Of course, using free ad offers from Facebook, Google etc. could help but in truth it just isn’t enough to drive the type of traffic you need to your content. What if you could have the power and force of a marketing agency without the fees, and with free global traffic targeted at your content? I would like to introduce to you SyndBuddy!

SyndBuddy is a platform where thousands of real users around the world are ready to share your content on their social platforms to get the URL they want for search engine ranking page 1 from Google or YouTube quickly and in the long run! It has well over 5,000 users who have shared over 4,000,000 shares of each other’s content! As such, it brings you free targeted traffic to any service offering. Here are some of the featuress SyndBuddy offers:


  • 100% Done-For-You

     Social Syndication from REAL people located ALL over the world, so you 

    DO NOT

     have to do ANY of the work yourself!

  • This is the BEST way to get rankings FAST and for the LONG-TERM WITHOUT worrying about being “penalized” (100% Whitehat)

  • NO Software to Download or Learn – the ONLY thing you have to do is create your campaign and input your URL and keywords

  • NO Captchas or Proxies to Deal With, so you save even MORE money while STILL getting a ton of results


  • NEW in 2.0: Auto-Share Feature So You’re GUARANTEED To Get HUNDREDS of REAL Social Shares PER campaign – 100% hands-free


  • NEW in 2.0: Automated Content Generation So You Can Submit ANY URL to the “sharing pool” in 60 Seconds Or Less!


Check out SyndBuddy’s site at:

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Watercolor Painting– Why You Need to Try It

Paintings add up to the charm of homes, workplaces, and company facilities. You need to try to establish it if you have the ability to paint. Discover more about painting by registering in painting classes or you can investigate about it online. Whether you’re an adult, teen, or a kid, finding out ways to paint is not that challenging especially if you put your heart into it. While you’re searching for a media to utilize, perhaps you may wish to try watercolor paintings.

You can reveal your picked subject through the use of watercolors. There are numerous benefits in using this media over other types of media. It is likewise a gorgeous way to communicate your sensations through your painting.

Here are some of the very best reasons you should try watercolor painting.

1. It is easy– as compared with other kinds of painting, watercolor painting is really simple and you can expect much better lead to an extremely brief time.

2. Quick– there are certain methods that you should discover in watercolor painting. You can do spontaneous strokes and fast washes once you discover such techniques. This is the beauty of watercolor painting and you can complete your piece in less than an hour and the best thing is that you will get satisfying results.

Great for people who are constantly on the go– if you travel frequently, bring watercolor sets is not an issue. The paper utilized in watercolor painting can be bought in blocks so you do not need a lot of area.

4. Does not smear– as compared to charcoal and pastel, watercolor painting does not spot.

5. Dries quickly– in numerous minutes, your art piece is already dry. If you use oil paints for your painting, it would take days or even weeks before the piece dries up entirely.

6. Watercolor is likewise a fluid– since of its nature, with just a couple of strokes, you can currently fill big locations.

7. ‘Accidents’ can add to your creativity– you do not have to worry about accidents throughout watercolor painting due to the fact that it can amazingly turn into something lovely. You can even put the watercolor on the paper as you begin your painting and see exactly what develops it can create.

8. Watercolor painting is flexible in look and style– you can do illustrational works in addition to abstract arts. You can experiment in some designs that you have not done prior to and it will all depend upon your ability and creativity.

Professionals say that utilizing watercolor is hard since the artist or painter can’t manage it easily. For newbies, here’s a good guidance– let the watercolor’s magic work. Don’t interfere initially and see the designs it can develop and start painting from there. Enable endless expeditions and you can surely enjoy your imagination for the rest of your life.

If you often practice, in time, you will be able to control your strokes and create more creative and unique watercolor paintings. Never stop discovering since by doing so, you can establish more fascinating and creative ideas that you can utilize in your paintings.

While you’re attempting to discover a media to use, perhaps you might desire to attempt watercolor paintings.

Fast– there are certain strategies that you must find out in watercolor painting. The paper utilized in watercolor painting can be acquired in blocks so you don’t require a lot of space. ‘Accidents’ can contribute to your imagination– you don’t have to worry about accidents throughout watercolor painting due to the fact that it can amazingly develop into something lovely. If you regularly practice, in time, you will be able to manage your strokes and develop more artistic and unique watercolor paintings.

If you are having a go at painting? Find yourself decent art paint brushes to give yourself the best chance of maximum enjoyment.

Nowadays you can buy your brushes and paint including next day delivery on line. For instance, depending where you are, just search on Amazon for: pinceaux aquarelle in France, or pennelli pittura professionali in Italy. The tools of the watercolours world have changed little over the centuries but instant access to high quality supplies, and teaching videos from professionals to help you learn quickly with watercolours, oils and all the other mediums are available at your finger tips. 

I hope these watercolor painting ideas have actually assisted. If you ever find yourself getting discouraged or irritated by your progress, don’t give up. Instead, welcome and gain from your errors. It will make you a much better painter.

Finally, make sure you enlist in the best type of watercolor lessons. If you are actually interested in the area of watercolor painting, you really ought to look for some lessons to take.

artists paint brushes

Highly Recommended Bostitch Electric Pencil sharpener

The only one to use. Today I am going to review a couple of electric sharpeners from Bostitch. They were kind enough to send me some of their products to try out. This is not a sponsored video of any kind, I just thought I will share my thoughts on these two models with you guys. In a previous video, I mentioned how a sharpener with a helical blade is superior to usual sharpeners having flat blades.

Helical blade sharpeners usually last longer than the flat blades and they don’t tend to break the pencils while sharpening. Many Hand cranked sharpeners and electric sharpeners carry a helical blade. I usually use a manual sharpener with a helical blade to sharpen my pencils especially Prismacolor pencils because they tend to break very easily with normal sharpeners. I never had a chance to use an electric sharpener before. Because they are not available to purchase in my country.

But then people from Bostitch approached me and offered some electric pencil sharpeners for reviewing.

I was really happy to get them and show you guys how they performed. I got two models from them. First one has a small form factor and we hold the pencil vertically to sharpen. It turns on automatically when the pencil is inserted and stops automatically once the pencil is fully sharpened.

So there is no need to worry about over sharpening and wasting the pencils. This is the simpler one of the two and I have seen a lot of models like this from various videos. Nothing fancy here just put the pencil in and you get a nice sharp point within seconds. It is as simple as that. It runs with an adaptor plugged into the wall or it can run from batteries.

This is convenient because we can use these Bostitch Electric Pencil sharpeners while travelling also.

I think this is perfect for Prismacolor pencil users because they fit perfectly and the chance of breakage or splitting is very rare. I have been using this sharpeners for over two weeks now and I never had a breakage with them. So for Prismacolor or polychromos lovers these sharpeners are perfect. And this model doesn’t cost you much too.

It’s just around $16 on amazon. I have put the links for both these sharpeners below. The only disadvantage of this model is that they can’t be used with thicker pencils like derwent pencils or Caran dache luminance. This sharpener is designed to sharpen pencils only up to 8mm in diameter. I think I will use this model most of the time because I mostly use Prismacolor for my drawings. Classroom use of Bostitch Electric Pencil sharpeners is also recommended.

The second model is different in many ways. I was actually surprised to see how this model sharpened pencils. I have never seen such sharpeners anywhere before. Because it has a special pencil loading mechanism. It’s bigger and heavier compared to the previous model.

We have to load the pencil horizontally. We just have to put the pencil inside, it will automatically pull the pencil in sharpen it completely and expel the pencil after sharpening. Its completely hand free. This is very easy on the hands. We put the pencil in and we get a completely sharpened pencil out.

This way we can even sharpen little stumps of pencils because of the auto expelling. And we can use many different pencils also.

I could sharpen both Caran dache luminance and derwent pencils with this one. The only drawback is , since its fully automatic we cannot sharpen the pencils half way. Because we can’t really pull the pencils while sharpening.

This particular model also runs with an adapter plugged into the wall. I really liked this model of sharpener because of its peculiar way of sharpening. But I think I will use the first one more frequently because I use Prismacolor pencils most of the time and sometimes I need less sharpened ends for burnishing. So This was a brief review of both these models of electric sharpeners from Bostitch. I am so happy to try them out and I am quite satisfied with both these products.

personal electric pencil sharpener

Highly Recommended Bostitch Electric Pencil sharpener

The only one to use. Today I am going to review a couple of electric sharpeners from Bostitch. They were kind enough to send me some of their products to try out. This is not a sponsored video of any kind, I just thought I will share my thoughts on these two models with you guys. In a previous video, I mentioned how a sharpener with a helical blade is superior to usual sharpeners having flat blades.

Helical blade sharpeners usually last longer than the flat blades and they don’t tend to break the pencils while sharpening. Many Hand cranked sharpeners and electric sharpeners carry a helical blade. I usually use a manual sharpener with a helical blade to sharpen my pencils especially Prismacolor pencils because they tend to break very easily with normal sharpeners. I never had a chance to use an electric sharpener before. Because they are not available to purchase in my country.

But then people from Bostitch approached me and offered some electric pencil sharpeners for reviewing.

I was really happy to get them and show you guys how they performed. I got two models from them. First one has a small form factor and we hold the pencil vertically to sharpen. It turns on automatically when the pencil is inserted and stops automatically once the pencil is fully sharpened.

So there is no need to worry about over sharpening and wasting the pencils. This is the simpler one of the two and I have seen a lot of models like this from various videos. Nothing fancy here just put the pencil in and you get a nice sharp point within seconds. It is as simple as that. It runs with an adaptor plugged into the wall or it can run from batteries.

This is convenient because we can use these Bostitch Electric Pencil sharpeners while travelling also.

I think this is perfect for Prismacolor pencil users because they fit perfectly and the chance of breakage or splitting is very rare. I have been using this sharpeners for over two weeks now and I never had a breakage with them. So for Prismacolor or polychromos lovers these sharpeners are perfect. And this model doesn’t cost you much too.

It’s just around $16 on amazon. I have put the links for both these sharpeners below. The only disadvantage of this model is that they can’t be used with thicker pencils like derwent pencils or Caran dache luminance. This sharpener is designed to sharpen pencils only up to 8mm in diameter. I think I will use this model most of the time because I mostly use Prismacolor for my drawings. Classroom use of Bostitch Electric Pencil sharpeners is also recommended.

The second model is different in many ways. I was actually surprised to see how this model sharpened pencils. I have never seen such sharpeners anywhere before. Because it has a special pencil loading mechanism. It’s bigger and heavier compared to the previous model.

We have to load the pencil horizontally. We just have to put the pencil inside, it will automatically pull the pencil in sharpen it completely and expel the pencil after sharpening. Its completely hand free. This is very easy on the hands. We put the pencil in and we get a completely sharpened pencil out.

This way we can even sharpen little stumps of pencils because of the auto expelling. And we can use many different pencils also.

I could sharpen both Caran dache luminance and derwent pencils with this one. The only drawback is , since its fully automatic we cannot sharpen the pencils half way. Because we can’t really pull the pencils while sharpening.

This particular model also runs with an adapter plugged into the wall. I really liked this model of sharpener because of its peculiar way of sharpening. But I think I will use the first one more frequently because I use Prismacolor pencils most of the time and sometimes I need less sharpened ends for burnishing. So This was a brief review of both these models of electric sharpeners from Bostitch. I am so happy to try them out and I am quite satisfied with both these products.

bostitch electric pencil sharpener troubleshooting

Highly Recommended Bostitch Electric Pencil sharpener

The only one to use. Today I am going to review a couple of electric sharpeners from Bostitch. They were kind enough to send me some of their products to try out. This is not a sponsored video of any kind, I just thought I will share my thoughts on these two models with you guys. In a previous video, I mentioned how a sharpener with a helical blade is superior to usual sharpeners having flat blades.

Helical blade sharpeners usually last longer than the flat blades and they don’t tend to break the pencils while sharpening. Many Hand cranked sharpeners and electric sharpeners carry a helical blade. I usually use a manual sharpener with a helical blade to sharpen my pencils especially Prismacolor pencils because they tend to break very easily with normal sharpeners. I never had a chance to use an electric sharpener before. Because they are not available to purchase in my country.

But then people from Bostitch approached me and offered some electric pencil sharpeners for reviewing.

I was really happy to get them and show you guys how they performed. I got two models from them. First one has a small form factor and we hold the pencil vertically to sharpen. It turns on automatically when the pencil is inserted and stops automatically once the pencil is fully sharpened.

So there is no need to worry about over sharpening and wasting the pencils. This is the simpler one of the two and I have seen a lot of models like this from various videos. Nothing fancy here just put the pencil in and you get a nice sharp point within seconds. It is as simple as that. It runs with an adaptor plugged into the wall or it can run from batteries.

This is convenient because we can use these Bostitch Electric Pencil sharpeners while travelling also.

I think this is perfect for Prismacolor pencil users because they fit perfectly and the chance of breakage or splitting is very rare. I have been using this sharpeners for over two weeks now and I never had a breakage with them. So for Prismacolor or polychromos lovers these sharpeners are perfect. And this model doesn’t cost you much too.

It’s just around $16 on amazon. I have put the links for both these sharpeners below. The only disadvantage of this model is that they can’t be used with thicker pencils like derwent pencils or Caran dache luminance. This sharpener is designed to sharpen pencils only up to 8mm in diameter. I think I will use this model most of the time because I mostly use Prismacolor for my drawings. Classroom use of Bostitch Electric Pencil sharpeners is also recommended.

The second model is different in many ways. I was actually surprised to see how this model sharpened pencils. I have never seen such sharpeners anywhere before. Because it has a special pencil loading mechanism. It’s bigger and heavier compared to the previous model.

We have to load the pencil horizontally. We just have to put the pencil inside, it will automatically pull the pencil in sharpen it completely and expel the pencil after sharpening. Its completely hand free. This is very easy on the hands. We put the pencil in and we get a completely sharpened pencil out.

This way we can even sharpen little stumps of pencils because of the auto expelling. And we can use many different pencils also.

I could sharpen both Caran dache luminance and derwent pencils with this one. The only drawback is , since its fully automatic we cannot sharpen the pencils half way. Because we can’t really pull the pencils while sharpening.

This particular model also runs with an adapter plugged into the wall. I really liked this model of sharpener because of its peculiar way of sharpening. But I think I will use the first one more frequently because I use Prismacolor pencils most of the time and sometimes I need less sharpened ends for burnishing. So This was a brief review of both these models of electric sharpeners from Bostitch. I am so happy to try them out and I am quite satisfied with both these products.

bostitch electric pencil sharpener parts

Highly Recommended Bostitch Electric Pencil sharpener

The only one to use. Today I am going to review a couple of electric sharpeners from Bostitch. They were kind enough to send me some of their products to try out. This is not a sponsored video of any kind, I just thought I will share my thoughts on these two models with you guys. In a previous video, I mentioned how a sharpener with a helical blade is superior to usual sharpeners having flat blades.

Helical blade sharpeners usually last longer than the flat blades and they don’t tend to break the pencils while sharpening. Many Hand cranked sharpeners and electric sharpeners carry a helical blade. I usually use a manual sharpener with a helical blade to sharpen my pencils especially Prismacolor pencils because they tend to break very easily with normal sharpeners. I never had a chance to use an electric sharpener before. Because they are not available to purchase in my country.

But then people from Bostitch approached me and offered some electric pencil sharpeners for reviewing.

I was really happy to get them and show you guys how they performed. I got two models from them. First one has a small form factor and we hold the pencil vertically to sharpen. It turns on automatically when the pencil is inserted and stops automatically once the pencil is fully sharpened.

So there is no need to worry about over sharpening and wasting the pencils. This is the simpler one of the two and I have seen a lot of models like this from various videos. Nothing fancy here just put the pencil in and you get a nice sharp point within seconds. It is as simple as that. It runs with an adaptor plugged into the wall or it can run from batteries.

This is convenient because we can use these Bostitch Electric Pencil sharpeners while travelling also.

I think this is perfect for Prismacolor pencil users because they fit perfectly and the chance of breakage or splitting is very rare. I have been using this sharpeners for over two weeks now and I never had a breakage with them. So for Prismacolor or polychromos lovers these sharpeners are perfect. And this model doesn’t cost you much too.

It’s just around $16 on amazon. I have put the links for both these sharpeners below. The only disadvantage of this model is that they can’t be used with thicker pencils like derwent pencils or Caran dache luminance. This sharpener is designed to sharpen pencils only up to 8mm in diameter. I think I will use this model most of the time because I mostly use Prismacolor for my drawings. Classroom use of Bostitch Electric Pencil sharpeners is also recommended.

The second model is different in many ways. I was actually surprised to see how this model sharpened pencils. I have never seen such sharpeners anywhere before. Because it has a special pencil loading mechanism. It’s bigger and heavier compared to the previous model.

We have to load the pencil horizontally. We just have to put the pencil inside, it will automatically pull the pencil in sharpen it completely and expel the pencil after sharpening. Its completely hand free. This is very easy on the hands. We put the pencil in and we get a completely sharpened pencil out.

This way we can even sharpen little stumps of pencils because of the auto expelling. And we can use many different pencils also.

I could sharpen both Caran dache luminance and derwent pencils with this one. The only drawback is , since its fully automatic we cannot sharpen the pencils half way. Because we can’t really pull the pencils while sharpening.

This particular model also runs with an adapter plugged into the wall. I really liked this model of sharpener because of its peculiar way of sharpening. But I think I will use the first one more frequently because I use Prismacolor pencils most of the time and sometimes I need less sharpened ends for burnishing. So This was a brief review of both these models of electric sharpeners from Bostitch. I am so happy to try them out and I am quite satisfied with both these products.

bostitch classroom electric pencil sharpener