My painting supplies, what I use, what I love, what I’m testing, tips, and maybe some random stories. DIFFERENT MEDIA & MATERIALS PLAYLIST: …
She said that she isn't a professional painter I'm a designer
Me : wtf then why you are better than me
Hey Zoe, I'm thinking about trying digital art, do you have any recommendations for tablets and programs
cut up a thick white sock for a wristband. . . aww
Daniel Smith is the BOMB!
I couldn't find a palette to suit all my needs, so I ended up making one from scratch out of empty contact lenses tubs and used contact lens cases. Yeah, it looks DIY-ish and not as pretty as your porcelain palette, but it does the trick and I can keep adding new wells to it every time I open up a new pair of contact lenses. :))
I'm interested to know about more about all that stuff you asked if we were interested in. I'm very curious about the papers. I've been looking to buy some better quality 100% cotton because I only ever used cellulose paper. I find Arches too expensive and I would be too scared to mess up on it to actually use the paper. There is no point buying paper I won't use. So I'm looking for cheaper options but I don't want to buy something terrible that I'll hate painting on. So yeah… Papers.
I love your videos!! Thanks for being awesome!!!
WOW the Cadillac of porcelain palettes!
You need to talk more about that sexy porcelain goddess of a pallette!
Hiya. Im new to ur page.lots of love from south africa. Please can u help me.Im looking how to illustrate long flowing robes-like outfits. The stuff Andre Leon Tally wears. If you have a video on something like that drop the link please.Thanx
I generally use a ceramic saucer from the kitchen…..since porcelain pallets are hella expensive!!!
so happy i found your channel <3!!!!!!!!!!!
I'm really interested in the Daniel Smiths, I heard they're really good and I would really like to see you try them out ^^
Your comment about the sweatbands made me really happy. As I am short, I almost always have to trim a few (a lot) off of the bottoms of my pants in order for them to fit. When I first started watercolor, I would rubber band those excess loops of fabric to my arm and dry my paintbrushes on them. It was also easy to use for when traveling with watercolor. The only reason I stopped was that I kept getting denim fuzz in my brushes and on my paintings and I could never tell when I had finally rinsed my brushes clean!!! Just thought I'd share that funny little gem…=)
i dont think you can re wet the acrylic gouache
Awesome as usual Zoe. I was told at my local art store to start taking off the page from a watercolour block with an exacto knife but only start with it. Use a credit card or debit card to slide across the binding. They claim it won't rip it.
i would love to see how beinfang compares to canson xl and the 200 series strathmore papers
You are my new art superhero…get your cape. Thanks for sharing.
For those of you interested in the giant porcelain palette, this is the one I have: http://a.co/6xuQrxB (I did warn you in the video it's $$$$$)
whats da différent between gouach an watercolor
Instead of buying a sports wrist band, you can cut up an old sock; works just as well.
Omg I'm in a color and design theory class now doin the same thing
Nice painting thank for showing us
Yes! Please show use your impressions of the Holbein gouache vs acryla gouache! I myself have only used the Winsor and Newton gouache but did get a pearlescent white acryla gouache from Holbein from a friend and found it paints at first like any gouache but then dries as acrylic–it gets waterproof when dry. So yes, I would love to see you try them out and maybe show us some insights on how to use them with existing gouache paints!
I'm so upset…After binge watching your videos for three days, I've learned more from you in three days then I learned in design school for six months. Hell, I could've just paid YOU!!! LOL!
been using the "Butchers Tray", for almost 20 years, you showed at the end of your video. Love it ! I squeeze my watercolor tube midway in the pan. when I create a color in small amounts I use the edges of the color toward the center. if I need more of a color I will mix it on the rim. I have never cleaned this palette since as I use will always use the color again. Anyway, think you will love it. not for large washes but when mixing for unique colors you create and love using over and over. happy painting;)
Porcelain palettes dont make paint or water bead on the surface and it doesnt stain 🙂
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