Sorry about the delay. This tutorial was meant to be posted yesterday, but there were scheduling problems. But it is up and live now! Monoprints can give you fresh and surprising images. Each one is unique, and they’re so easy to do. It makes me feel like I’m fingerpainting! Please check out my Tutorial atContinue reading “TUTORIAL: Snow Scene Monoprint with Gelli Arts® Printing Plate and Hahnemühle Paper”
Looking for a high quality sketchbook? Or a good one that’s great for sketches and practice. St. Louis Art Supply may have the sketchbooks you are looking for! Please check out my review at Doodlewash to learn more about St. Louis Art Supply’s watercolor journals and Pro Mixed Media notebook.
I have a tutorial up at the Zebra Pen Z-Blog with a step-by-step pattern for drawing a Hairy-nosed Wombat and steps for coloring it using the Pointilism style. Head over to the Zebra Pen Z-Blog and read my tutorial to find out how it’s done!
Have you ever been out painting on the go, or even in a small area at home, and wondered how to carry everything and where to set it all down? Please check out my review at Doodlewash to learn more about Viviva Colorsheets, an elegant solution to the problem, and about their beautiful new sketchbook!
YInMn Blue – what is it and how do I pronounce it without spraining my tongue? And what’s so exciting about it? Please check out my review at Doodlewash to learn more about the first new inorganic blue in over 200 years!
You’ve probably heard about this new color discovered in 2009. It’s just recently available to artists. Tomorrow morning, I’ll be sharing my impressions of the color at Doodlewash!
Looking for a great beginner-to-intermediate watercolor set that’s portable, yet has a full range of colors? Please check out my review at Doodlewash to learn more about Faber-Castell’s 48-color watercolor set complete with brush!
Ever dreamed about watercolor markers that are non-toxic, odorless and have high to maximum lightfastness? Please check out my full review at Doodlewash to learn more about these professional quality markers!
Hahnemühle has added the Collection to their mould-made watercolour papers, as well as sketch pads and pastel papers. Please check out my full review at Doodlewash to learn more about thisextremely durable paper, and how I turned this painting … … into this painting of Koi!
Hahnemühle now has toned Watercolour books in beige and gray! Subtle tones that are great for urban sketching, plein air and just any time you want a more natural tone to your watercolor paintings. Please check out my full review of this lovely at Doodlewash.