Day 2 of the course at the Prince's School (11th of November) took off in an almost literal burst of colour as Sam started to unpack and layout the powdery pigments and dishes of paint that we would spend the day working with. We all crowded round the desk laden with colour just waiting for the chance to jump in!
Welcome to the first post in a new series called "Watercolour Snapshot". These posts are intended to be a fun, quick look at how the paints behave and what some of their key attributes and properties are. Hopefully this will help you decide if these are colours you want to add to your own collections in the future.
So it turns out a future career as an art blogger may not be on the cards for me, but I thought it might be nice to share a glimpse of what goes on when you sign up for a short course at The Prince’s School of Traditional Arts in London.
On Saturday the 4th of November, I joined what was the first session of
Choosing the right surface for your watercolour painting is an important decision, because a well chosen surface can have a huge bearing on your work. This post will help you choose the paper that's best for you!