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In this Über*Media PanPastel Workshop I want you to learn how to use PanPastels in your Scrapbooking and Mixed Media Projects!

This class is a reference guide for you, showing all kinds of possibilities and techniques using PanPastels with different surfaces and media.

You need the capability to watch vimeo videos – like the one above in order to be able to follow the workshop.

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In this PanPastel online workshop we will start with the basics and in five lessons over six weeks we will make our way up to more complicated techniques. Each week contains  several videos and a downloadable text-only- PDF that covers the essentials of the videos.
Each of the first four lessons will end with a tutorial for two artjournal pages showing the learned techniques. After that, in week five I will answer questions that might have occurred during the class.

Finally in week six I will show you how several of the learned techniques can be combined and used on a project whether it be a scrapbooking page or an altered art project.

During the fun workshop lessons you will also learn a lot about all kinds of materials, mixed media, layering and design principles. I will share with you why I’m doing things, how I got the idea and what works and what doesn’t seem to work. Mixed Media doesn’t have to be intimidating!

There is also a flickr gallery for sharing your work so that we all can see it and have a group to chat about the work and see it!

How this workshop works:

This class was set up that you would work through each lesson in a week. But of course if you are on a roll you can work through as many lessons a week as you want as they are now all online already.

You can work at your own pace and the workshop will be available here for you for years to come as long as they are online

What you need:

  • 1 Beginner’s Set of PanPastels – because let’s face it, we want to try them ;) and Sofft Tools- that are usually included in the Starter Sets
  • Stencils or Masks
  • Spray Fixative for example from Lascaux Krylon Workable Fixative,
  • Journal – either bought or self made- with smooth paper

All of the following is optional. You can first use what you already have or later go buy something if the technique or the medium was appealing for you! It is simply what I used to show differences. If you could have at least the items handy that I marked in bold , then that would get you pretty far in this workshop :)

  • Acrylic Paints
  • Inks like Distress Ink
  • Stamps
  • Washi or Masking Tape
  • Plastic fork or other materials to create patterns
  • Corrugated Cardboard
  • Pastel Ground
  • Modeling Paste
  • Gel Medium
  • Waterbased Spraypaints- for example Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist and – Chalkboard
  • Tattered Angels Glimmer Glaze and Glimmer Glam
  • Oil Pastels
  • Utee – white and clear
  • Scraps from Scrapbooking paper
  • Canvas fabric
  • Old book paper
  • Marker

1 review for PanPastel

  1. nathalie-kalbach (verified owner)


    Martha Richardson, USA:

    Nathalie’s workshop introduced me to techniques using PanPastels, an art medium that I had never used before. To be able to concentrate on just one art medium allowed me to gain knowledge that I can use over & over again. I highly recommend taking an online workshop with Nathalie. I will be signing up for the next in the series of her workshops!

    Carmen Sanchez, Spain:

    “Über*Media PanPastels workshop has been so much fun. Nathalie knows how to make things amusing. The workshop covers lots of different uses for PanPastels in the mixed media field. The videos and pdf files are very useful and descriptive. The sample projects are so creative. Also the timing is great. You have plenty of time to play and practice in between classes and Nathalie is always willing to help and answer your doubts. I’d totally recommend it”

    Hedwig Schlötjes Belle, The Netherlands

    Nat is a very inspiring and experimental girl who shows you good, new tricks and all new kind of techniques. Because of her experimental nature, you can be YOU in her workshops. No need to make what she does, but it’s about being creative yourself. Much better, if you ask me, and i have experience as i was in her PanPastel class which i liked VERY much. Besides that, Nat is a kind person, quick in answering questions and encouraging you as a student.

    Charlene Ocasek: Well I just finished Nat’s class Uber Media Gesso and it was the best thing I could have done. I was introduced to gesso in Julie Balzers class 30 Days in you Journal and I was crazy for gesso. Nat is such a good instructor, she explains everything so well. She never hesitates to tell you what products work with gesso so you get the best results. The one thing about Nat, besides her great sense of humor is that she is very hands on with her students. I will definitely take other classes with Nat and I highly recommend this course. Thanks Nat!!!!

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