Altered Art Circus: Techniques for Journals, Paper Dolls, Art Cards, and Assemblages

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Quarry Books, Feb 1, 2009 - Crafts & Hobbies - 128 pages
3 Reviews

Art Circus! takes the reader on a magical journey into the artistic world where they can discover their creative muse which is waiting to come out and play. It is at heart a technique book for altered artists, but is housed within a wonderful, spectacular fantasy land. The book will bring the reader, the daydreamer, the explorer, the artist, to a place have never been, where they can unleash their artistic dreams and explore hidden worlds through cutting-edge techniques, creative projects, and beautiful images.

The book will include easy tutorials on basic digital altering effects for new and vintage images, step by step instruction for projects, a gallery of inspirational projects from other artists, and clip art and vintage images for readers to use in their own projects. The book will cover digital and paper alteration, creating from found and household objects (jars and boxes), will feature playful illustration, vintage imagery, and use a myriad of other mixed-media materials ranging from glitter and wire to crinolin and coloring agents.

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Artful Bliss

User Review  - Regency Queen - Borders

I highly recommend this book to all artists of every skill level, once you read it, you will not part with it, re-reading it over and over. This is a book filled with inspiration and artful ideas right from the first page. Read full review

Review: Altered Art Circus!: Altering Techniques, Art Cards, and Other Magical Projects

User Review  - Goodreads

Altered Art Circus is a magical, inspirational and creative arts/crafts book for all levels of artists, young and own will love glancing through the pages and creating projects from it. The stories that begin in each project chapter are my fave, you won't be disappointed with this book. Read full review

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Lisa Kettell

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