Put your paint tubes away and take out your Higgins Pigment-Based Ink. It’s time to break out of your comfort zone. The unique Higgins bottle has a color-dropper cap that saves you from an anticipated mess. The pigments allow the ink to dry slowly to a semi-gloss sheen. Add more water to the ink on your page, and you’ll get a few more hues of color that you didn’t have before. Try your ink with the Connoisseur Round Taklon All Media Brush.
Here’s a brush to keep handy this summer: the Connoisseur Round Taklon All Media Brush. With its flexibilty in watercolor-like paints, this brush will be the perfect mate for your Higgins Pigment-Based Ink. The round shape of the Connoisseur will help you make defined lines and intricate curves. Test your ability to keep a steady hand with this perfect tool.
Anyone rooting for Germany in the World Cup this summer? If not, support them instead by trying out this awesome German product: the Magnesium Double-Hole Wedge Sharpener by Kum. This durable little sharpener can shape standard and large- sized pencils to perfection. You can also change the blades, so if one becomes dull, they’re easily replaceable.
Seeing a woodless pencil can be confusing, but when you start to draw with the Cretacolor Aqua Monolith Woodless Watercolor Pencil, the confusion is cleared. This nifty water- soluble pencil wrties soft, but color easily spreads when water is dripped across it. This pencil will work with all of your color needs, no matter how big the project is.