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I spent an hour experimenting with a variety of media on the new Terraskin paper. Terraskin is a polymer paper, like Yupo, but it is coated in limestone and is known as a “stone” paper.

I tested out a bunch of old school nibs to give you an idea of the kinds of strokes they make.

MORE learning! This time I paint a kitty for an intensity exercise. Like the Raccoon Value Study – this is using the Stephen Quiller 12 colour wheel to create compliments. I’ll keep updating you will my foundations progress – Let me know your own favourite ‘back to basics’ exercises!     More product information Click […]

Today I time lapse an art video about colour value. It’s a baby raccoon. It’s pretty cute. Baby animals normally are.

This episode we share a bunch of watercolour travel kit options. Take your painting on the go – easy peasy!

Today I paint a sacred pine tree that lights up the whole world.

These stories are on repeat – there are major shared elements. I think Joseph Campbell said there are only 3 stories in the world – it’s just the details that change.

I am a vlogmas virgin.

Apparently YouTube does this every year where creators choose to upload a video every day for the first 24 days of December.

We’re kind of like your video advent calendar.

Today I look at Maria Stezhko or CM Watercolor and review her online activity to see if we can glean any useful tips for our art businesses.

Here is a quick, cheap and easy way to paint wet in wet without having to go through the whole rigamarole of “stretching”.