Watercolor painting is one of those things that ebbs and flows (pun intended) in crafting. It is as easy as adding water to a paint pan and smooshing it around…but for more professional (or tidy) results, it can be tricky and intimidating to some. And there is always the question of what paints are actually GOOD.
This last question, at least, was partially covered by Jennifer McGuire. If you don’t know her work, she is primarily a card designer with an amazing array of techniques and product knowledge up her sleeves. Today I’m sharing her watercoloring comparison video with you and I’ll be following up with a few of my own.
I also want to point you to my Kuretake Gansai Tambi watercolor review and video, too:
And if you are STILL interested in yet another overview of watercolors, I did a little comparison of travel watercolor kits a while ago. Obviously, I need to include the Peerless paints in an updated version!
How about you? Do you like watercolors? Is there something that keeps you from trying or using them in your crafting? I’d love to hear from you.
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