Updated: Jan 25
Today we’re looking at another review! Yay! Ok, so if you’ve been following me on Instagram lately, you’ll know I’ve set myself some creative challenges. Last month, we worked with watercolours (don’t worry, I will write a post on my watercolour journey in my Crafty Corner section soon, so keep an eye out for it), and I wanted to talk about the paints and brushes I used. I know I already talked about the Arteza Real Brush pens already, so if you want to take a look at that, just click on the link below, and it’ll take you there!
This time, I’m going to talk about the paints I used, during my watercolour month. These ones were from Royal Langnickel. I’d bought them a while ago, maybe last year, and I hadn’t used them yet, because I was rather busy, until last month. Of course, I bought these while I was still working at the stationery store, so if you’re in the London area, or the UK in general, you can buy them from any Ryman stationery store. They’re in the artist’s section. Anyway, let’s get on with the review, shall we?
Amateurs Disguised As Professionals
Ok, so as you all know, I’m not a professional artist, nor do I claim to be, even now, when I’ve moved on to other mediums of art, but I will say this…
IF I CAN LEARN HOW TO PAINT WITH WATERCOLOURS, YOU CAN TOO
It’s not that hard, especially if you start out small, with simple images, like leaves and vines, or flowers that have simple faces. You don’t need to be an expert to paint something. In f