A poor brush can't fulfil your needs in the long-term — over time, problems with straying brush hairs and lack of water retention arise.
How do you pick out a quality watercolour brush that is best suited for your personal style? Read on to find out!
Which watercolour paper is better? Those made of cotton or wood pulp?
Each has its merits and can be evaluated based on three key criterias: price, permanence, and the techniques it allows you to use.
Choosing the right paper for your watercolour paintings can be a challenging task — What’s wrong with regular paper? What are the differences between the textures? What does GSM mean?