About the Book
I personally had the opportunity to take a bit of an “artistic sabbatical” in February, which did wonders for my creative mojo! So, I have put together an article that may be helpful for those of you who are finding yourselves in a creative dry spell. How do you get un-stuck, creatively? How do you get those creative juices flowing again, especially if you haven’t picked up a brush in months? Read on for some ideas that just might help!
Worried about some of your clients not being ready to have their faces painted just yet? You’re in luck…in this issue we’ve interviewed Kerry Tobin, the queen of graffiti arms and legs! She shares her tips, tricks and design ideas to get you going. These are such a fun and popular design option, not only for covid-leery guests today, but as a permanent future offering as well!
We have so many wonderful step-by-step’s in this issue! Everything from birds to florals to Easter designs, and even a mask painting tutorial! Speaking of masks, you’ll also find some inspiring designs that work great even with a mask covering half of the face. Thank you so much to all of you who have taken the time to share your work with us, and all of you who continue to support my magazine. It has always been my mission to uplift, instruct and inspire, and I couldn’t do any of it without you! Here’s to great things to come in 2021!
Wet Paint is a magazine designed for face and body artists, both amateur and professionals alike. Published quarterly, we will share articles that are not only relevant to the industry, but aimed at helping our peers to become better artists and business people. Wet Paint magazine is a place for new and experienced artists to connect, share, and lift each other up in this incredibly rewarding field!