“I can’t paint!” photo book and e book for Kindle,Android and Apple

Hi everyone,

I have a new book – http://www.blurb.co.uk/b/8173860-i-can-t-paint

E-Book version – http://www.blurb.co.uk/ebooks/638218-i-can-t-paint

Apple version on iTunes Store – https://itunes.apple.com/gb/book/id1287528555

Book description

I’ve always had a lot of admiration for both artists and photographers many of whom I count amongst my friends. I’ve been taking photographs for more than forty years but, over the years, I’ve gradually grow away from producing purely photographic works and adopted a more painterly style to my work. I’ve also been lucky to indulge my passion for travel so many of the works featured in the book are from my recent travels abroad as well as a selection of works from my travels closer to home in in the UK. I hope that you find my work interesting and enjoyable.

Size Standard Landscape, 10×8 in, 25×20 cm
32 Pages
Hardcover, ImageWrap: 9781389614729

Ebook Available for Amazon Kindle Fire®, Apple iPad®, Android devices, and Mac or PC computers

Paint the Sunset with me

Hey everyone,

This is a very different type of video. I recently took up painting again and some of you requested a Speed Painting video so here it is. Sit back, enjoy the music and paint with little Bubz.

This is my 3rd painting lesson with Tim Gagnon. He is a fellow Youtuber and amazing artist. I found him a week ago and have been OBSESSED with his painting techniques. His passion inspires me so much and I’m learning so much from him right now.

I’m currently taking the Misty Forests lessons from his website http://www.timgagnonstudio.com/lessons

You guys can check out his Youtube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/Gagnonstudio

I’m sharing his channel and website because I’m learning so much from him and sharing the joy. I’m not paid by this or anything. I just think he’s great and deserves to be known more. I know a lot of you guys are aspiring artists out there and I know Tim would teach amazing things to you all like I did.

For 2012, I decided to take up painting for one of my resolutions. I loved painting as a child. I was obsessed with art because I can go anywhere through my drawings. It freed me because it allowed me to escape from the busy World.

As I get older, I really realize that the simplest things make me happiest. Sometimes, I feel like the World moves too fast for me. Almost 8 years after High School, I plucked up courage to paint again. Painting somehow slows down time for me because it allows me to be 100% focused on the painting.

You guys can read my diary post
for my painting story. I hope it also inspires you guys to go back to your passions. I know we can become occupied with life but really, this has given me back lots of meaning in my life again. I don’t think people realize how short life really is so do all the things you want to do that inspires you while you can. Make the most out of it.

I’m still learning from Tim right now (You guys should see his original painting of the one I did lol, it’s like…breathtaking!!!). It will be a while for me to be as skillful (or if not, half as skillful) as he is. But one day, I would love to give away one of my paintings to you guys as a gesture. If I ever hit 1 million subscribers- that would be such a special thing to do.

Some of you mentioned I can auction a painting and put the money to charity. That’s a great idea but it makes me nervous. It’ll be a fun and good cause and I’ll work hard practicing for that day.

Ps. Music “Path of Wind” orchestra version from my fav Studio Ghibli anime “Totoro”. Nostalgic!! and also “From the Inside out” instrumental from Hillsong.

Have a great day,

Much love, Bubz xx

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Channel: bubzbeauty
Published: 2012-01-11 07:24:38
Duration: 4M55S
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Unbelievably Realistic Microsoft Paint Art : Santa Claus Speed Painting Time Lapse

Time lapse speed painting of Santa Claus using Microsoft Paint. Nearly 50 hours of drawing compressed into a couple of minutes.

Merry Christmas.

This is the sequel to the early viral video: How to draw the Mona Lisa with MS Paint.

The black and white portion of the video was made with old school paint tools.

Made with a Windows 7 laptop, Wacom Intuous Tablet, HD Television, and VLC media player. Total time: 48 hour of screen capture and bunch of hours wondering how to do this while staring.

Royalty Free Music by http://audiomicro.com/royalty-free-music

Channel: Eclectic Asylum Art
Published: 2013-12-30 09:38:32
Duration: 2M32S
Views: 4682512
Likes: 182217
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CUTE GIRLS Don’t Judge a Book by its Cover Challenge Compilation #neverjudgeabookbyitscover

CUTE GIRLS Don’t Judge a Book by its Cover Challenge Compilation #neverjudgeabookbyitscover
Channel: Ultimate Challenge Collection
Published: 2017-09-15 19:44:23
Duration: 6M30S
Views: 5776332
Likes: 38312
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How to paint on Water for Paper Marbling and Ebru Art.

Free video about marbling art on water. This free video was created for you by http://epsos.de and can be re-used for free, under the creative commons license, with the attribution of epSos.de as the original creator of this marbling art video.

Thank you for supporting the creative commons movement !!

The marble paper is a decorated paper, that is created with a special process. The sheets of Ebru paper have been created since the 18th Century in Turkey and much earlier in China and Japan, because China invented paper. Today, the marbling paper is used for decoration and for very expensive books. The Ebru paper is also used for the packaging of very expensive luxury goods and gifts.

The traditional marbled paper was invented in Japan and China, 1000 years after the fall of Jesus Christ. The marbling paper often looks like marble stones. For the painting of the marbling paper in Japan. A shallow pool was filled with water and gum jelly. The natural paint was a boiled water with plants, herbs and bark of the trees.

The paint was painted on the jelly and then scraped off with paper. Today, special Ebru paints are used. No jelly is needed anymore. The modern Ebru paints help to break the surface of the water. The Ebru paints are not mixable with water. The Ebru paint can not mix with water or the other colors, because different Ebru paints have a consistency and the different size of molecules. The Ebru colors can be painted into ornamental patterns with different techniques. Natural marble patterns are possible. The Ebru paints can stick to the paper. A heavy sheet of paper must be placed on the Ebru paint in the water. The paper is laid onto the Ebru paint and then carefully removed. The paint sticks to the paper. The remains of the Ebru pain can be cleaned with water. The Ebru paint combines with the drying paper, after everything is dry.

Paints with oil can be used. The Ebru paints with oil do allow to create marbling paper without the jelly in the water. However, the results of the Ebru art from Turkey are less impressive than those of the basis of the Japanese water color paints on the jelly, because the patterns can not be controlled without soft mistakes. The traditional Japanese method of painting on the jelly is more difficult, but also more beautiful, because the paint can mix on the jelly. Turkish oil colors have a specific granular appearance that can look artificial. Water colors can mix and create a natural emotion on the marbling paper from Japan.

Marble paper is a high quality paper product. Each sheet of marbling paper represents a unique art, because the patters can never be repeated. This is why the marbling paper is so popular in mass production and decoration, because every picture looks different. Marble paper was used for covering book throughout Europe. Today, many marbling paper designs are produced and sold in Venice and Istanbul. In addition to the real marble paper, there are also cheap imitations from regular printers.

Different tools can be used for the creation of Ebru art. Often, sharp tools are used to create dots and lines. Brushes can be used to create large surfaces. Dots of marbling paint are stretched into different shapes. Ebru art about nature is very popular. Flowers and leafs are very common. The geometric patterns of Ebru art are very easy to create. A comb is moved in the water to create any pattern very fast and for cheap. Real paintings of plants and stars are more difficult, but also more beautiful. A controlled movement of the paper can create a specific shape and a special Ebru art. The dark stripes can break through the lines and create a pattern of natural marble stone.

The marbling of objects is also very popular. Special paints are used for creating Ebru art on plastic and metals. These patterns are created by the flotation of colors on the surface of water or very soft jelly. Textiles can be also used, instead of paper. The marbling art has been used for many centuries to decorate all kinds of surfaces and materials. The marbling paper is often used as a medium for writing of calligraphy, for posters and for books. Each Ebru art has a different pattern and gives a unique character to any object.

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Channel: epSos.de
Published: 2014-04-08 09:44:32
Duration: 5M30S
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Photobook | How I made a photo book for my son in 5 minutes

Photobook | Stephanie, a real Shutterfly customer, shows you how she made a photo book of her son’s first year of life in 5 minutes – it’s just so simple.

Shutterfly’s revolutionary new Simple Path makes it easy to create a photo book in just a few minutes. Pick a size, upload your photos and Simple Path will instantly make a photo book for you. It’s ready to order or you can quickly change styles, edit photos, add captions. Create personalized baby photo albums, wedding photo albums, travel photo albums and more.


“Hi my name is Stephanie and I’ve been making photobooks for a couple of years. Well I love taking pictures, especially of my, my little boy as well as just events throughout our life.

I decided to make my first photobook capturing my son’s first couple of years of life. I found it a lot of fun putting it together.Receiving the final product I loved it. It’s a great way to reflect as well as sit down with him and show him his pictures. One of the reasons why I made this photobook is to give it to him when he is older. He will have this book to look at his memories and he’ll have it forever.

I was very happy with the Simple Path, um, photobook, the way it laid out for me. It was such an easy way for me to just load the pictures, have the layout already done for me, and viola. It literally took me five minutes to just change the pictures that I wanted to change and move around and it was done. There was great layouts that I could take advantage of and all I really need to do is just put captions here and there and It’s just going to save me so much time and anxiety.

With Simple Path I can now make photobooks for events throughout the year not just a summary of the whole year. Uh, specifically if we go on a vacation, go to the zoo, go to the park, I can easily create a photobook that captures that event. I’ve used the Simple Path to make the second year book and I will continue to use the simple path to create his third year, fourth year, and so on. It’s a simple tool, feature, easy for me to use, and takes very little time.”

Channel: Shutterfly
Published: 2009-12-11 16:22:34
Duration: 1M52S
Views: 209011
Likes: 188
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