Dina Wakley Heavy Body Acrylic Paint
The Heavy Body Acrylic Paint collection by Dina Wakley Media for Ranger is perfect for art journalling and mixed media!
A heavy body acrylic paint is a paint with a thick, buttery texture that holds brushstrokes and tool marks.
This means it’s perfect to build up texture! But you can of course easily smooth it out too and paint as you would normally.
We love squeezing Dina’s paint straight onto our fingers for some fun finger painting 🙂
2 oz (59 ml) tubes.
Dina Wakley Paint Colour Chart
The Dina Wakley paint collection is richly pigmented and includes 19 gorgeous colours to cover all your needs: from abstract finger painting to colour washes!
The range also includes 3 metallic paints: Gilt, Penny and Sterling to add extra ‘oomph’ in your art.
Create your own Dina Wakley Heavy Body Paint colour chart!
CLICK HERE to download a blank template so you can have a quick guide to refer to in your studio 🙂
Learn how to mix Dina’s paints to create awesome new ones!
CLICK HERE to download her paint mixing chart to keep as a handy reference tool in your studio 🙂
Dina Wakley Fine Tip Applicator
Don’t forget to get a few of Dina’s applicators!
They attach straight onto the tube so you can create thin scribbly lines or simply just write words with paint… cool, right??
Dina Wakley tutorials
If you’d like to see Dina’s paint in action, why not check out a few of our Dina Wakley tutorials below?
Get some inspiration and see how lovely this mixed media paint is 😉
- Art tag tutorial with Dina Wakley Heavy Body Acrylic Paint
Learn how to create a mixed media tag!
- Start by priming your background with gesso with a brush or a palette knife (we stock the Dina Wakley White Gesso and Black Gesso right here).
- Loosely dry brush some colours on your tag (a little Lime, Turquoise, White for highlights and Night for shadows).
- Stamp a focal point onto another tag, loosely paint it too then cut your stamped image.
- Glue it on your tag with other elements such as sheet music and a stamped quote.
- Add some highlights with a black marker (you’ll find some here) and white painted circles.
- Finish off by adding dark paint through a stencil (such as Tim Holtz Stencil Burlap or Dot Fade) with a dry brush or blending tool.
- Introduction and basic techniques by CraftTestDummies
- Whimsical birds tutorial using Dina Wakley ‘s paint
- Stencilling with the new metallic Dina Wakley Paints