A well-known Irish art blogger, who uses a paintbrush for most of her work, has been posting a new series of tutorials on her blog.

Ms Kasim said she would love to be able to use a brush for her paintings and the posts are designed to help anyone who is interested in creating a “painting palette” to create a work of art in a matter of days or weeks.

The blog, which has over 20,000 followers, has posted tutorials on how to create the perfect palette and how to use different paints to create different types of colours and patterns.

“I want to do a project like this because I want to share what I do with people, and I want it to be accessible to everybody,” she said.

“I would like to be more accessible to the wider community, which means that everyone has to have a bit of knowledge about painting.”

There’s no such thing as a beginner.

Everyone has a bit to learn, so it’s up to them to do that.

“The artist said the art of painting was about taking your own experiences and making them into something that others will appreciate.”

I like to use my own brush and I like to create my own palette, but I think there’s a lot of people out there that would appreciate that,” she added.

A blog post from Kasim.

It was created in 2015 when she was struggling with the issue of how to paint, and the process of colouring, for her first painting.

Ms Kasim’s blog post about how to colour paint, which she created in January, was inspired by her experience with colouring paints and other art techniques.

Kasim.

Source: Kasim Photography, The Irish Sun/ABC News/Facebook”I’m very proud of my painting, which is really an art of self-expression and expression through the eyes of the artist.”

When I started painting, I didn’t really know how to do it, so I had to do things on my own.

But I realised that if you don’t have any experience of painting, then you can’t be the person that people would want to paint with,” she explained.

She also discovered that she had a weakness for the use of colours, and that helped her to create her palette.

At the time, she was also using acrylic paint.

“The reason I painted was to get my eyes to focus and to be in the moment.

If I could paint the same colour, it would have helped me to focus on the work and the colour palette that I was going to use,” she revealed.

Although she said her palette is not perfect, Ms Kasam said she has a lot to learn and she hopes that others can do the same.

“A lot of the people who come to my blog are like ‘I love your paint palette’, but then they get a bit discouraged when they start painting.

I think that’s a good sign, because it means that the palette is good enough,” she noted.

‘It’s a bit like a paint brush’ The artist has used paint for painting since she was a child.

However, she said the hobby took a turn for the worse when she started painting professionally, after learning that paint can break down and need to be replaced.

So, Ms Kinkade has been making art using paint for the last 20 years.

She said the process for her paint work has become more challenging since her art blog, The Art of Painting, was started.

“For me, it was a bit different when I was younger,” she told the Irish Times.

“It’s been a bit more of a challenge, because I wasn’t painting in my life, so when I started I wasn ‘how do I paint this?’ I wasn