Playing with Interference Paints

Interference Paints have a reflective property when viewed in the light, much like butterfly wings or fish scales. Learn how to use Interference Paints in this free, quick art tip.

In this Art Tip video, I show you the products I use to create a quick iridescent butterfly with amazing, reflective color. Use this tip to experiment, and integrate new techniques with Interference Paints into your own artwork!

If you’d like to learn more about how Interference Paints work, click here to read all about it on the Golden website.

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2 Comments

  1. audrey hazen says:

    gorgeous mixing and texture. Viva, dear Kellie. Monkeys mom, audrey

  2. Kellie Day says:

    Thanks you Audrey!! So nice to hear that, and to from you 🙂

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