New Online Art Class
I am thrilled to share my latest online class with you: All About Artist Trading Cards and Artist Trading Coins! This brand new online mixed media art class begins September 1, and registration is now open. Sign up here: All About ATCs Registration page.
Class starts on September 1, and you can snag your seat right now! Lean over my shoulder and watch as I walk through my process. Learn how to create wonderful and whimsical 3-dimensional Artist Trading Cards and Artist Trading Coins.
What are ATCs?
There are two varieties of ATCs: Artist Trading Cards and Artist Trading Coins. An ATC-CARD is rectangular and measures 2.5″ x 3.’5″ (6.4 cm by 8.9 cm.) An ATC-COIN, however, is circular and measures 2.5″ (6.35 cm.)
What Will You Learn?
We’ll work in multiple mixed media layers with wet and dry inks! Learn how to incorporate texture and dimension to your projects, discover stamping and stenciling tips and tricks, fun ways to create faux finishes, tips for wet and dry embossing, and much more.
Are There Samples?
Of course! Below you’ll find samples of my Artist Trading Cards and Artist Trading Coins. Most are stand-alone single projects, but I’ve included a set of three as well. That’s called a Triptych. You can combine any of your small works of art into sets or leave them as single pieces. They’re all great additions to other projects such as greeting cards, scrapbooks, art journals, and mixed media canvases.
Can I watch a Sample Lesson?
You bet! Sign up here for a free trial. Watch one lesson and see if this class is right for you.
Artist Trading Cards and Artist Trading Coins
What does it cost?
The regular full price is $99, and there is a payment plan option of two payments of $55 each.
When does registration end?
Registration ends August 31 – the before the class begins.
How do I sign up?
Pop right over to the All About ATCs class registration page.
What Supplies Do I Need for ATCs?
If you’ve been to any of my classes (live in person, or online) you know I’m a big proponent of using what you have on hand. That said, some of the techniques I will demonstrate are really product-specific. Distress Inks, for example, have a unique chemical property that allows for unique results. Here’s a list of what I’ll be using in class… you don’t need to have it all, but I created the list for those who do like to know ahead of time.
Thanks for visiting today! I hope to see you in my All About Artist Trading Cards and Artist Trading Coins class.