Just prefacing this post by saying sorry if you’ve used the contact me form on my website, it’s been broken for a while and I only just realised that it hasn’t been working at all (it’s been broken over a year actually by the looks of it…. oooops!)! I’ve had to take the form offline… Continue reading My review of Holbein Coloured Pencils is finally here!
It’s that time of year again where all sorts of colds and bugs are going round, and unfortunately I finally succumbed to it this week! Being ill sucks but I was still determined to get some art done in between my sneezing and coughing! My review of Stabilo CarbOthello pastel pencils is now available for… Continue reading Stabilo CarbOthello pastel pencils review and playing with Acrylic Paint
Phew! A lot of updates this week. 3 completed full-blown drawings and two videos within one week is probably my best ever rate of production, though I should probably sleep at some point! 😂 Earlier on in the week I recorded an in-depth video review of the full coloured pencil painting kit in which I discuss my opinions… Continue reading Powder Blender tutorial!
Today’s video is an in-depth review of the full Colored Pencil Painting Kit by Brush and Pencil, including my thoughts and experiences with the Powder Blender! Stay tuned for tomorrow when I will be bringing you the second part of this video series – a tutorial on how to use the powder blender in your… Continue reading Review: Colored Pencil Painting Kit
Disclaimer: Please be advised that this blog is not affiliated with any art supply manufacturers/providers and that anything stated in this blog post is solely the opinion of the blogger. This review discusses watersoluble Caran D’ache Neocolor II wax pastels, not to be confused with Neocolor I, which are not water soluble. The lightfastness ratings… Continue reading Caran d’Ache Neocolor II product review and lightfastness ratings
Being an artist whom works regularly in graphite I try to experiment with as many different brands of pencil as possible. Caran D’ache Grafwood pencils are my current tools of choice, however my interest was peaked when a fellow artist was having a discussion on Facebook about how happy she was with using Derwent Graphic pencils for her portraits. Curious, I decided to hop down to my local stationery shop to buy them and try them out.