Waterproof Sepia Pens

I have been looking around for a waterproof pen in sepia for a while. I thought it would be a good idea to use sepia ink instead of black for my sketches and illustrations, but it needed to be waterproof so that it wouldn’t run when I painted over the drawing with...

How to enlarge an image using a grid

You will need to decide on your grid size, that is how many squares to divide your image into. Larger grid sizes are fine for less complicated sketches but if the grid is too large and the sketch has a lot of detail in it you’ll have too much drawing to do in...

Watercolour painting – colour mixing

The usual advice for a beginner is to start by buying a small collection of basic colours and then practice mixing them to create further colours and shades. This is good advice and I would suggest that a beginner chooses a basic set of watercolours to start with. ...

Choosing watercolour paper

Your choice of paper affects the results you get from your painting, because it affects the way the paint behaves on the paper surface, so it is important to try various different types of paper, and look at the results to see which one gives you the results you are...

Will I Ever Make a Living With My Art?

You need to learn how to present, show, and explain your art in ways that the viewer will find compelling if you don’t want to be thought of as an amateur artist. Professionalism starts with your image, the way you present yourself and the presentation of your work. ...

Selling your artwork online, the good and the bad

Some people decide to go down the route of having a website of their own from the very beginning, but there are several very important reasons why this may not work for you, and if it doesn’t you will have wasted a lot of money. In order for a website work well...

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