At first look, you might think these are paint chip samples, but Nicholson’s Peerless Transparent Watercolors are “DryColor Sheets”. Invented 135 years ago, they are still made using the same methods. The paints are all-natural and 100% non-toxic. Handy for travel, small spaces, and just fun to use. Interested? Learn more in my review atContinue reading “REVIEW: Nicholson’s Peerless Watercolors”
Are you into Harry Potter or the Fantastic Beasts Wizarding World? Would you like to learn a little bit about watercolor? Whether you fit into one or both of these categories, The Harry Potter Watercolor Magic: Flora and Fauna may be just the book for you. The book has thirty-two watercolor projects featuring characters fromContinue reading “Book Review -Harry Potter: Watercolor Magic: Flora and Fauna”
Bockingford Watercolor from St Cuthberts Mills is a sturdy, forgiving, mould-made, acid free, archival, highly lightfast, internally sized, pH 7-9, short grain … in short, a quality made paper with excellent color-lifting properties that allow you to fuss and fuss. Interested? Learn more in my review at Doodlewash!
The old yellow highlighter ain’t what it used to be. Zebra Pens has a range of 25 colors, and if you only use them for highlighting, you are missing out. Great for bullet journaling, calligraphy, mixed media and more, these pens have bright, vibrant colors. To find out more, read my review of these fabulousContinue reading “REVIEW: Zebra Pen Mildliners”
Last year, Alice Hendon invited the members of her ‘Tangle All Around’ Facebook group to submit tangle patterns for a book. This year, she did it again! Life in Tangles is Book 8 in Alice Hendon’s Artangleology Series. It’s chock full of tangle patterns, 504 of them, all created by 92 different tangle artists. ToContinue reading “REVIEW: ‘Tangle All Around the World’ by Alice Hendon”
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.
Can you scribble? Take that talent and draw this chick and other animals. To learn how to draw my scribbly chick and more, read my tutorial at the Zebra Pen Z-Blog. Big day for me today! Besides my tutorial, I have a review of REVIEW: Hahnemühle’s New Toned Watercolour Books coming up at Doodlewash sometimeContinue reading “TUTORIAL: How to Draw a Chick with Zebra Pens”
When I saw the Art Toolkit from Expeditionary Art, it was a matter of love at first site. Now, one is mine. All mine. Maria Coryell-Martin is an expeditionary artist. She has developed this kit and the included pocket palette, to stand up to the needs and extremes of polar conditions. It’s so wonderful, I knewContinue reading “REVIEW: The Art Toolkit by Expeditionary Art”
In 2017, Alice Hendon published ‘Tangle Starts’, a collection of beautiful mixed media background pages. She’s followed up with another book ‘More Tangle Starts’ Alice also offered a copy for a giveaway (now closed) To see a video walk-through and learn more about this excellent book, read my review of Alice Hendon’s ‘More Tangle Starts’Continue reading “REVIEW: ‘More Tangle Starts’ by Alice Hendon”
One of the items I received for Christmas was an ArtBin Sidekick Art & Craft Supply Storage with Paint Pallet Tray. It’s fantastic for organizing and for traveling with your art supplies. And did I mention it comes with a paint pallet tray? Please check out my full review of this lovely at Doodlewash.