As I wrote in my previous blog post I modified my tiny and trusted watercolour box in order to hold 30 colours. The idea of holding 30 colours in tiny wells came to me when I realized that large watercolour palette boxes were neither convenient nor useful for my painting style, that is to paint […]
Last September I received as a gift a variety of Prang watercolour sets, sent to me straight from US. Prang watercolour sets are ( as far as I know) very popular school watercolour paints. They are not available though at European market and the sets that are retailed from European online stores are ridiculously expensively […]
According to this site: Chalk resist: Chalk resist is a thick paste made from powdered chalk mixed with water. This paste is brushed onto the desired areas of a sheet; once it is dry, the thick layer of chalk protects the underlying paper from wet watercolor washes. The chalk can be easily removed by counter-rolling […]
I have reviewed till now various sketchbooks but I want to make an honourable review to my Neochart sketchbook. Honourable because Neochart is a local paper company that produces mainly various school paper stuff. Its watercolour ( and drawing ) sketchbooks is a relatively new addition to their collection and of above average quality ( […]
It is the time to give my review on Fabriano Venezia Sketchbook.
Kuretake Gansai Tambi watercolours have become quite popular among watercolourists and crafters so I was very curious to check myself what is going on with these watercolour sets. Kuretake Gansai Tambi are Japanese watercolours. Kuretake and other reviewers claim that they are something between watercolour and gouache due to the binders that are used, in […]