Pebeo Marbling Inks

Pebeo Marbling Inks

Jane looks at Pebeo Marbling Inks. What do I need to achieve a marbling effect on paper? I’m going to look at Pebeo’s marbling inks. There are nine colours available and a thickening powder called Marbling Bath. This fantastic, colourful range makes the technique of...
Egg tempera

Egg tempera

Jane takes a look at using tempera (or egg tempera) as a medium for painting. It was replaced by oil paints centuries ago but, for aspiring artists, is offers some unique and valuable differences over the use of oil paints. What is egg tempera? Tempera, also known as...
Watercolour pans vs tubes

Watercolour pans vs tubes

Painting with Watercolours Jane said “we get asked about watercolour pans a lot in the shop by people thinking about taking up Watercolour painting, so for this weeks blog I thought I’d look at watercolour half pans.” Which is better watercolour tubes or...
Griffin oil colour

Griffin oil colour

Fast drying oil colours Jane has continued her look at oil paints last with this review of the Griffin Alkyd oil colour range. Last week Jane looked at water soluble oils. Griffin Alkyd Griffin are a fast drying oil colour which offers the excellent advantage of...
Water soluble oils

Water soluble oils

Oil paints without the smells Jane has looked at Oil Paints previously. Here she is looking at the Winsor & Newton Artisan Oil Paints. What is Artisan Oil? Winsor & Newton Artisan oil colour is a genuine oil colour which is made from a modified linseed oil and...

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