Brayer Background Technique

Written by Nathalie Kalbach. Posted in Creative JumpStart, Tutorial Video


Those of you who were part of the Creative JumpStart 2013 saw the videos that me and my artist friends posted on my website throughout January. The videos are not available here anymore, since I have to make room for new fun things to come ..still thinking ;) …but I thought it would be nice to repost my 10 technique videos over the next couple weeks- so that you have access to them whenever you want.

And now let’s jump to the 6th video in my Über*Media Creative JumpStart 2013 Workshop which was the Brayer Background Technique  – one of my faves :)

If you have no external speakers on your pc – turn up the volume a lot (the audio is very low in this video)

CJS 2013 Technique6 Brayer Background from Nathalie Kalbach on Vimeo.

This and the other techniques are part of some of my Über*Media Online Classes.

They are there to free your creativity with techniques and how-to’s that go beyond one certain project. I want you to learn something new that you can adapt to your own style and can use for many projects to come.

Über*Media classes are dedicated to different kinds of media that cross a variety of materials.

I do have several Über*Media Workshops available right now for example Über*Media -PanPastel, -Acrylic Paint, -Gesso, -Acrylic Ink and -FoamStamplifier.

For my Creative JumpStart Über*Media Workshop I showed some of my favorite Über*Media Techniques that can be used in your Mixed Media, Scrapbooking, Altered Art and/or ArtJournal Projects.


And here are the supplies I used in the video:



I hope you enjoyed todays technique 🙂





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Comments (4)

  • Christine Szekeres


    Will there be a Creative JumpStart 2014?!? I had a wonderful time learning and playing this year so I’m hoping there will be! Thanks for sharing these with us again!


  • Maggie M


    I agree, a 2014 Creative Jumpstart video series would be AWESOME! I loved the 2013 series:) Hugs and Happy Holidays Nat.


  • Kathy Gledsdale


    Oh yay I can see it now and how pretty it is too!


  • Amante del Papel


    i love this technique, thanks for sharing


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