THE MISSION- MATERIALS + TOOLS

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He there,

To date this is the list of material and tools I’ve been playing with….by the way it’s Day 80 .

The Pallet…

Orange, Colbolt, Black (Indian), White and Gold. I also use Opera  Rose to offset  and blend colours, and since around day 53 I added Deep Yellow to the bunch

Media…

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Winsor & Newton Drawing inks, Cotman Water Colourist ( Opera Rose), Artist Water Colour Deep Yellow Series 1A

POST UPDATE: I’ve jumped head first into Gouache dudes since writing this blog post. I’m using Winsor & Newton Designers Gouache– in the same colour pallet I described at the top of the post.

Paper..

Daler Rowney  Heavy Weight   Cass Art  Acid Free Heavy Weight Cartridge 200 gsm

Pencils…

Koh-I-Noor Progresso Woodless  Graphite sticks, Faber Castel Poloychromos , Bic Biro, Pilot Pens 0.5 & 0.8

Tools..

Winsor & Newton water colour  brush set, Japanese Bamboo Reeds.

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I’m hoping to experiment with some new fancy brushes…maybe a Sumi brush which is great for script. I also wanna  introduce myself to Gouache. If you click here to subscribe I’ll drop you an email sharing all the lovely things I buy on my next Art Haul. The “1st Art Series” was great experience for this mission. The art is is up on the website. Each piece has it’s own story. Click here to view the full collection. All the links to materials + tools are affiliate links. Shopping through them is a great  way  to lend your support to both me+ The Urban Tiger!

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Until next time.

x

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