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Tag Archives: Greenleaf & Blueberry Watercolors
So you’ve seen the back of this journal… my Ink Journal! Paints are in the front! I wanted to see all the paints I own and the ones I no longer own! *yesh, i pass on paints i don’t like … Continue reading
Part 3, on other palettes and changing brands! Continued from Big Changes in My Travel Palette… Okay, remember when I said that I was going to stick with December’s travel palette? I lied… I’ve changed it up twice and think … Continue reading
Continued from Big Changes in My Travel Palette… After the travel palette sort, and after successfully trading some paints I didn’t want, I began to look at the paints that have ended up on the sidelines, and wondered about my … Continue reading
Continued from Big Changes in My Travel Palette… An aside… Recently I took the advice of a USk sketcher I admire and bought a series of Holbein’s Antique “IRIDORI” Watercolors pigments… AAACK, bad paints! Be glad if you didn’t buy … Continue reading
“Mayan” watercolors began appearing as a fad name a few years ago. Loving Primateks, I wanted to try them… Cut to the chase, I was disappointed. Originally Mayan blue was developed by the Maya people, who ruled Mesoamerica from 290 … Continue reading
When I painted with acrylics (above) I was in love with the textural qualities of Golden Acrylics: ground hematite, sand, metallics. I mixed and pushed them to create textural patterns on both huge canvases and small paper sketches. It was … Continue reading