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Amylee's tips for matching the right colours.
Matching colours is so easy peasy! It is often mistakenly thought that only professional artists are capable of creating bold and successful colour combinations. With the help of Amylee Paris, we will prove you wrong!
You have just made an amazing black and white drawing (in or ). Do you want to switch to colour? But, you are stuck. You are afraid of spoiling everything with the addition of red, blue or green.
Amylee's colour shapers review.
When tradition is combined with innovation, one expects amazing ideas. And what could be more amazing than creating a hairless brush!
This original tool, with a silicone tip, allows you to paint, mix and play with colour. All technique are possible with colour Shaper: graphite pencils or coloring pencils, pastel, charcoal, acrylic, oil, gouache, watercolour, engraving, sculpture and much more.
How to pack your artists brushes when moving?
Are you planning to move your studio soon? Oh lala I know what that’s like. I had to move twice in 2015. My biggest fear during a studio move is that I will break my tools, especially my brushes.
They are too precious and I am the only one able to take care of their “little blond heads”. So here’s the solution for packaging safely. An idea directly inspired by the bamboo mats that watercolour painters use to carry their brushes. On D-Day, this kind of packaging allowed me to transport my whole family of brushes in the best condition.
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