Monthly Archives: March 2014

Watercolours: Sakura Koi Watercolour Pocket Field Sketch Box (review)

I bought the 24 colour Koi Field Box as an early Christmas present a few years ago as an impulse eBay buy, but I have to say I was quite impressed with the little set. Even though they are student … Continue reading

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Crayons: Derwent Artbars (review)

As an incurable art supply addict, I was excited when UK pencil company Derwent released their latest product, the Artbar. Available in 72 colours, they are a watersoluble wax crayon. You can use them in the same way as traditional … Continue reading

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Watercolours: M Graham Watercolours (review)

M Graham is an American art supply manufacturer that also makes acrylics and oil paints. After hearing other artists raving about their honey-based watercolours on various art forums, I decided I’d buy a few tubes to try for myself. Here … Continue reading

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Acrylics: Chroma Atelier Interactive (review)

Chroma is an Australian art supply manufacturer that makes acrylics and oil paints. When I was a child, my Nan used to buy me their Chromacryl paints (the cheap student range) so I could sit beside her as she worked … Continue reading

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