Reviews · Watercolors · Writing

Princeton Aqua Elite Watercolor Brush Review [From the Vault]

Note: Before we get started, these are all archived posts from March 2021, so if the content seems outdated, that’s why. I want a fresh start for getting back into blogging, but I don’t want to lose all the work I currently have. Thanks for being patient and keep an eye out for fresh new… Continue reading Princeton Aqua Elite Watercolor Brush Review [From the Vault]

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Watercolor Paintings From Sketchbook #8 [From the Vault]

Note: Before we get started, these are all archived posts from March 2021, so if the content seems outdated, that’s why. I want a fresh start for getting back into blogging, but I don’t want to lose all the work I currently have. Thanks for being patient and keep an eye out for fresh new… Continue reading Watercolor Paintings From Sketchbook #8 [From the Vault]

Writing

What My Creative Process Looks Like

Ho everyone! This post when through a round of title changes before I settled on the one you read right before this. I thought about calling this “My Art Routine,” “My Creative Process,” “What My Art Routine Looks Like Over Winter Break.” Many of the titles were wordy; others, i just didn’t like. You’ll have… Continue reading What My Creative Process Looks Like

Drawings · ink · Techniques · Writing

What I Draw to Combat Art Block

Hi everyone! So it’s the new year. It’s finally 2021 and we can shake off the stress of 2020. Of course, we still need to be safe and responsible for a little while longer, but there’s a light at the end of the tunnel! I hope you all had great holidays and are looking forward… Continue reading What I Draw to Combat Art Block

Surprise Saturdays · Techniques · Watercolors · Writing

Follow-Up on Playing Nice With Color

Hey everyone! On Tuesday, I spent a good long while working on a painting that was devastatingly out of my comfort zone. If you didn’t get a chance to read about it, click here. Basically, I worked on a sketch that, until the time of painting it, I’d considered sacred. I almost ruined it, then… Continue reading Follow-Up on Playing Nice With Color