Want a modern pen with a classic medium? Faber-Castell’s PITT Artist Pens are ink-based and versatile for your on-the-go drawings. If you are layering colors, the brush tip won’t pull off any pigments below it. Your finished pieces will fool your audience with their painterly qualities.
We’re adding a high-quality, white-coated colored pencil to your art bin this month. Tombow’s Irojiten Color Pencils (pronounced eye-roh-jo-tin) are best for blending and layering colors. They’re highly pigmented but with less wax, so you’re able to build up color without a thick, sticky feeling.
A watercolor brush that holds its own water? Talk about practical. The ZIG Water Color BrusH20 has left us in awe at how innovative painting can be. The brush has a retractable valve, so you have the power to gague much water you release by lightly squeezing the body. Try this brush with the M. Graham & Co. Watercolor paint.
It takes a steady hand and trustworthy paint to master the art of watercolor. M. Graham & Co. Artists’ Watercolor is the tube you want to use for this task. It’s made with honey to keep color moist and resistant to hardening in the tube. You’ve got the paint, but it’s up to you to provide the steady hand.