Have you ever been annoyed by a creased art canvas? I’m sure you’re not the only one who feels this way. To make sure that any of these problems don’t bother you, we’ve got everything you need to know about using one of these methods to remove wrinkles from a diamond painting canvas. We have […]
You finally got it! Your Diamond Painting finished after a long working time. Can’t be more happy and satisfied! However, it has not been framed yet. It seems impossible for you to have your artwork framed on your own, or you just can’t get a big frame for your huge size canvas. You’re now struggling […]
Have you ever wondered how they can finish their big canvas in just some weeks while you spend a couple of months? You’re tired of your slow work in progress, and now you’re looking for something that helps you speed it up? Multi-placer, a very popular item to any Diamond Painter, absolutely works in this […]
If you’re reading this article, you’re doubtless a Diamond Painting Addict and you must know the amazing benefits for both mental and physical health that this sparkling art brings us. Unfortunately, there is no flawless thing and Diamond Painting either. Some struggles always happen while working in progress which may cause us anxious and spilling-beads […]
1. What’s pixel? The term pixel is short for “picture element”, and pixels are the tiny building blocks that make up all digital images. A digital image is made from individual pixels, much like how a Diamond Painting is made from individual small drills. When viewing an image at a normal zoom level (100% or […]
If you’ve been working on Diamond Painting for a pretty long time and finished some big and detailed canvases, you must face with the confetti, right? Working on the confetti section may cause you to lose your mind because of the complicated symbols and various colors in a small space. Some painters even get dizzy […]
If you are new to Diamond Painting, the round drills would be a suitable choice for you, because it’s much easier to work on, compared to the square one. However, when you spend a pretty long time on this hobby, you will realize that almost Diamond Painting experts prefer the square. Read more: Round Drill […]
If you are new to diamond painting, the question you will ask at least one time is: Round bead or square bead is better?
Very simple. If you want a quick and extra sparkle, go “round”. If you want complete coverage and more detail, go “square”!
Which size of Diamond Painting is the biggest one you’ve ever worked on? How long does it take you to finish? Weeks? Months? Or even years? And when you see the Diamond Painting experts share that they finish their 80×100 in 3 months only, do you wonder how they can and why you are so slow? If any, here we get all tips for you to boost your work in progress like an expert. “But I am now already an expert hmmm” Then we bet these tricks below will WOW you.
Well, you finally got here. With all the time you spent, the effort you paid, you must be so proud of your artwork now, right? However, your job has not done yet with just a full-of-bead canvas. You still have something to do to make it a true masterpiece. And if you don’t know what to do now, all detail you need is below.