How Many Materials Do I Need
To Make A Fine Watercolour
A New Way To Watercolor
As this intro video demonstrates these Watercolor Color Sheets are so easy to use. They are ready to go with no set up time. No clean up. They can be cut into smaller cards and pasted on a sheet of stiff paper that will hold two or three hues.(This is an economical way for the younger students to learn how to manipulate and use them properly.) They are affordable and go a long way. Each color card can be purchased separately as needed at a minimum cost.
Great Materials Make A Great Piece Of Art
If you think that 20 cheap watercolour trays are going to excite your students and satiate their appetite for color -THEN THINK AGAIN!
Economy goes well with quality. Watercolor sheets will fit your budget and are full of pure, stable, vibrant, mud-free pigments.
BRUSHES always end up looking and performing poorly. I know because I have taught in many schools and this is the standard in almost all of them. Brushes are bent out of shape by the constant rubbing on dry watercolour cakes. The Cakes are mostly fillers with very little pigment.
Save your brushes from the constant torment of anxious hands and let them dip into pure pigments that instantly respond to water and are willingly received by the brush.
The new Watercolor Pens (as demonstrated in both videos)are a worthwhile addition to your painter’s toolbox. Get some and give them a try. Cost starts around $6 for 3.
How WaterColor Sheets Simplify The Watercolor Experience
Here is my latest video about Watercolor Sheets by Viviva which demonstrates how to use them indoors as your ‘go to’ watercolours.
More Artabet Videos Coming!
I’ll be posting regularly this Fall and Winter so watch for our next Artabet video.
Thanks! Here to help…Ron