Alchemy 0 (0)


Alchemy is an open source drawing software exploring new ways to sketch, draw, and create on computers. It’s intentionally not for creating finished artwork, but rather a sketching environment that focuses on the very early stages of the creative process. Experimental in nature, Alchemy lets you brainstorm visually to explore an expanded range of ideas and possibilities in a serendipitous way.


“Goody bags” 0 (0)


Despite all best efforts, some areas in the visual arts ultimately cannot work entirely online. Especially disciplines based on a notion of manual craft that articulates primarily in skillful manipulation of materials – ceramics, glass, sculpture, maybe jewellery, fashion etc. – will eventually always want to incorporate a minimal proportion of analogue technique.


Glass Substitute: Sugar 0 (0)


A long tradition in the movie industry, casted sugar may be a substitute of interest to practice some glass techniques at home. Using food colouring, a double broiler (a Pyrex bowl on top of pot of boiling water), wax paper, and cream of tartar, sugar may be molded into sheet – e.g. to create stained glass – and/or poured into forms with silicone molds.




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