Using water soluble pencils as a watercolour

Using water soluble pencils as a watercolour

Artists can be staid and follow specific rules they have set for themselves or they can be flexible and adapt. They can enjoy using their creative abilities in more than just the art they create. Today Jane tells us about using water soluble pencils as a watercolour...
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...
Paper for watercolours

Paper for watercolours

Paper surfaces – for watercolours This week Jane starts to look in more detail at paper surfaces for different media. First up is paper for watercolours. Following a previous article about paper and sketch books people were asking for more detail so here goes....
Watercolour brushes

Watercolour brushes

Brushes …overlooked by beginners, treasured by experience! Jane starts a mini series on brushes. This time she is looking at the ranges of watercolour brushes available from synthetic squirrel through to the Series 7 Kolinsky Sable brush. See part 2 where Jane...
Line & Wash

Line & Wash

Here Jane shows the steps she used to create a line and wash painting. Jane doesn’t believe watercolours are her strength, but really enjoys experimenting with the different media occassionally. What you’ll need First of all you need to decide what it is...

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