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Jo York woring with Jaxon watercolours....
I should say that I’m fussy about watercolours, well about all materials actually…but watercolours can be incredibly disappointing and frustrating if they don’t deliver a really good pigment load. These are terrific, and offer great quality pigments, and good value too.
The colours are notably intense, and they handle well too, both with very little dilution and also when made into really wet washes.
What are the differences betwen acrylics paints: heavy, soft or fluid?
It is not always easy to find what you want among all these brands of . Generally when an artist seeks acrylic paint, he wants a particular colour, but also a perfect viscosity.
, several types of acrylic paint exist on the market but there is no standard type, so the specifics noted on tubes or pots can make the choice easier.
An A-Z of colours!
Consider your palette, your paint set, your box of pastels. We appreciate colour, but possibly it is so readily available that we don’t often consider how it came to be in our hand.
A bit of curiosity turned into some research into the origins and history of different pigments we are used to seeing and those we don’t see so often anymore in their true form. We found that some had more ‘colourful’ stories than others! To give you a little insight into the contents of you palette, we present you with our…
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