Sometimes it’s just fun to play around with everything you can lay your hands on!
In my “art drawer” beside my painting desk I have an assortment of pencils, pens, brush pens, paints and all sorts of things that can contribute to the look of a painting which might have started out as a watercolor.
And today I decided to paint a multi media stack of rocks, just because!
I used Meeden paint and paper, as well as one of their palettes for this painting. Here are links and pics of the materials I used for this video. You can get an extra 10% off if you use our links to their website and delivery is pretty quick.
Other materials are here:
FABER CASTEL PENCILS
This tin includes 101 white, 107 cadmium yellow, 115 dark cadmium orange, 219 deep scarlet red, 133 magenta, 140 light ultramarine, 110 phthalo blue, 163 emerald green, 171 light green, 187 burnt ochre, 177 walnut brown, 199 black.
A good starter set for most subjects.
WINSOR AND NEWTON FINELINERS
A smoothly tapered nib and simple design make this the ideal fine point pen.
- High Performance – High quality water-resistant, non-fading pigment ink, with consistent flow. Acid-free and non-toxic.
- Longer Barrel
- Fine, Durable Tips – Each porous point pen is constructed with a durable, metal-clad encasement.
- Contains 5 fineliner pens, 0.1mm, 0.3mm, 0.5mm, 0.8mm, 1.0mm
PRINCETON NEPTUNE BRUSHES
Neptune watercolor brushes offer the power and precision you need.
- Soft & Supple Design – smooth synthetic hair made to resemble squirrel hair
- Soft hairs with full belly hold a good reservoir of water
- Collect The Full Set – Neptune watercolor paint brushes are offered in a range including daggers, rounds, script liners, ovals and quills with wooden handles.