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.
Do you ever start lettering or painting with watercolor and you notice that your paint is behaving weird? Like it’s oily and won’t stick to the paper? Well, I figured it out. Read more and watch the video to see what it is, and not to do it again.
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.
Whether you want to just relax, escape from reality or pursue your dream to become the next best lettering artist. You gotta start somewhere.
Why not here!
Did you know I HATED Tombow brush pens when I first started using them? My reasons were totally my fault. I used them on sketch paper, regular copy paper and even watercolor paper 😬😱 Which totally ruined the tip. Find out how not to do what I did.