Monthly Archives: August 2020

Paper: Fluid 100 Watercolour Paper (Review)

On my last trip to the art supply shop, I saw a packet of Fluid 100 watercolour paper, and since I’d never seen it before and it wasn’t too expensive, I decided to give it a try. Fluid 100 paper … Continue reading

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Animal Crossing: An Escape From Reality

Video games are a great way to pass the time and entertain yourself when you’re bored, and that’s something that a lot of us especially welcome while everything is shut down due to the pandemic. Regardless of what genre of … Continue reading

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Pencils: Faber-Castell Polychromos Coloured Pencils (review)

Faber-Castell is a company that’s probably right up there with Derwent in terms of well-known coloured pencil brands. Most of us probably had one or the other in our school days (or at least, their children’s grade equivalents), and for … Continue reading

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Coloured Pencils: Toucan (demonstration)

Time for another coloured pencil demonstration! This one is based on a photo of a toucan by Cindy Fry in the Photos For Artists Facebook group. I thought this beautiful brightly coloured bird would make a nice model for a … Continue reading

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