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Jo York tests our Basics watercolour canvas.
“This time I’m taking a look at some new canvases, specially prepared for use with watercolours!” – Jo
The canvases are tight and durable which makes them ideal for most work in watercolours, gouache, and mixed media.
You can also use acrylic inks, fluid acrylic and standard acrylic, as part of a mixed media approach, but heavy acrylic layers would not be advised as the lightweight canvas and stretcher would not provide a suitable long term, stable base.
Amylee reviews a traditional painting surface: wooden painting panel.
Our popular range of papers covers techniques from drawing and sketching, to watercolour and markers. Jo York put the papers to the test for the latest GreatArt Materials Blog post and you can read some of her findings here.
… Are you looking for painting panels? Choosing between all wood and MDF painting panels is really easy when you know the differences.
Jo York comparing and testing our full ranges of stretched canvases!
To asked our GreatArt Blogger Jo York to put our bestselling canvas ranges to the test. Here is an insight into her findings, with the full feature available on The Great Art Materials Blog
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