I am absolutely in love with Pebeo paints. The Pebeo Vitrea 160 paints are a part of a new generation of thermo-hardening, water-based, non-toxic paints. They are translucent and gorgeous when painted on glass. They can look like stained glass but I use them with more of an impressionist approach on glass.
If you are looking to learn more about these paints, you have come to the right place. I create a lot of artwork with these paints as well as tutorials. If you want to learn about these paints a great way to start is getting to know them and then doing a project with me in one of my tutorials.
So what would you use these paints for?
They are specifically designed for use on glass. This means any kind of glass, like glass jewelry, wine glasses, windows and glass frames.
What makes these paints so awesome!
What is important to know when using these paints?
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Learn how to use the Pebeo Vitrea 160 paints with this art tutorial on how to paint cherry blossoms on glass. In this tutorial I introduce these paints and we can have fun creating together!
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