I’ve always been fine with using plain old plastic palettes for my watercolor painting, or just whatever came with the set. But then I discovered porcelain. And I’m here to tell you all the reasons you need to start using them too.
I’ve ruined my fair share of brush pens over the years, either because I didn’t know that watercolor paper was a NO NO when using felt tip pens, or my toddler decided to have fun smashing the tip. If you’re in the same boat, don’t worry. I’ll show you what I do.
Are you thinking about picking up watercolor and doing some lettering with them? Or maybe you just want to do some painting? I just released my Watercolor Lettering class Part 1: Essentials
Come find out what it’s all about.
I love this new font and I hope you love it too. I decided to call it MOON because of my son. He is a curious 3 year old with a a love for looking at the moon before going to bed. So as I was coming up with a name for the font I naturally thought of him.
And then I had to create all the moon and stars symbols. Because what kind of moon font would it be if it didn’t come with it’s own galaxy.
I never realized how much I loved this mechanical pencil until I used a different one.
I’ve been using it since college, that’s about a decade guys. And it’s still in perfect condition and I still LOVE it as much as I did that first time I used it.
Check it out and tell me you love it too.