Traditional transparent watercolor, gouache, watercolor inks. Just when you think you know them all there comes yet another kind of watercolor! Like many ‘new’ discoveries, Gansai has been around forever. So what is it, and how is it different? Interested? Read my review of the 48-color set of Gansai Tambi Watercolors from Kuretake at Doodlewash!
Traditional watercolor and brush are fabulous and convenient, but sometimes you want something even more convenient. Kuretake’s ZIG Clean Color Real Brush fills the need. To learn more, read my review of the 90-color set at Doodlewash.com!
As part of ZenArt’s World Watercolor Month series of tutorials, I’ve made this video showing you how I create my Loose & Lovely landscapes. Later today, I have a review of Kuretake’s ZIG Clean Color Real Brush up at Doodlewash! You can see me do another Loose & Lovely Watercolor!
#DoodlewashJune2021 prompt: Iris. It’s a garden that I doodled while testing some watercolor paints on black paper. There’s got to be some kind of iris in there somewhere. Paints: Gansai Tambai Paper- Stonehenge Aqua Black Watercolor Paper Don’t forget – July is World Watercolor Month!