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We’ve identified three simple tips which can help you best work with acrylic mediums, enhance your practice and perhaps even the colour performance of your chosen palette.
The debut of Winsor & Newton’s Professional Water Colour Sticks marked an innovative leap for the medium. Introducing a versatile, fresh new take on painting in water colour, the Sticks allow for fluid movement between drawing and painting, working wet and dry, and mixing with traditional forms of water colour.
When you use water-based media, achieving amazing results relies almost as much on the paper surface as on the quality of the colour used to create artwork. Water colour paper must provide a suitable surface for painting according to three key factors.
Since their introduction in the 1890s, Winsor & Newton Drawing Inks have been used by illustrators, artists, designers and other notable creatives. Available in a broad palette including shiny metallics, bold primaries, deep autumnal colours and a classic Black Indian Ink...
All colours in the range of Drawing Inks are intermixable, however Gold and Silver should be added to other inks in small quantities to avoid thickening. In addition, mixtures of Gold and Silver should not be stored as they...
Whether you are blending, adding texture or layering and juxtaposing washes within your water colour practice, our phenomenal range of mediums will add new dimensions to your artwork, potentially reinventing your paintings altogether...
Thinking about incorporating this contemporary form of water colour into your practice? Learn how to get the most out of one of our newest innovations.
Taking care of your brushes can save you money and time, and good quality brushes can last a lifetime if you look after them well. There are some general rules which will make sure that all of your brushes last.
To achieve the best results when lifting and staining water colour, take note of the following three key factors – they could transform your next creative endeavour!