Markers are a fun way of illustrating enjoyed by many. But finding the sketchbooks for markers can prove to be a difficult task. Markers are prone to bleeding on many types of paper, as well as showing through on the back side of the page. So what shall you do? Well worry not, we have done the hard work for you. Looking at qualities that make the best sketchbooks for markers as well as a selection of choices that you may like.
Having already taken a look at the world of mechanical pencils for drawing, we thought it was time to introduce you to the world of colored mechanical pencil leads. This is a fun little addition to the mechanical pencil, or lead holder. Bringing all the benefits of moving away from a conventional pencil as well as a pop of color.
While Copics may be the king of the hill when it comes to alcohol markers, they do this at a price. If you are in search of some great markers but Copic prices are out of your reach (or you’re just looking for a better deal), then you’ll love our rundown of alternatives to copic markers. These are not just some cheap alcohol markers. These are markers that are really capable in their own right while coming in at a more comfortable price point.
Acrylic is a fantastic medium of art to get into. Vibrant, varied and fun to do, acrylics are a perfect mix of easy to get into and difficult to master. But to do your best work you’ll need the best tool possible in your hands. That’s the topic of today, taking a look at the best acrylic paint brushes on the market. We’ll help you find the brushes that will come with you on this artistic journey.
As one of the more modern mediums of art, acrylics are a hugely attractive way of doing things. With the incredible variety of paints available things can get a little confusing so we have put together a rundown of the best acrylic paints we could find. Covering all the different types of paint as well as making sure to explain all the technical terms as we go along.
Today we’ll be taking a look at the best watercolor paper out there. Watercolor is a wonderful medium of art. But with the wrong paper as your painting surface, things can go terribly wrong. Worry not, we’ll not only show you all of our favorite types of paper, but also talk you through some of the details of what makes watercolor paper so great at its job. That means, either way you’ll leave here able to make the best possible purchase decision when getting yourself some paper for watercolor.
Today we are looking at the best alcohol based marker. This is a medium which has a big player that we are sure you will have heard of, but with a little digging we’ve also found a few gems that may also be of interest. We’ve also gone ahead and answered some of the most common marker related questions, as well as letting you know what to look for if you decide to go marker shopping on your own.
Watercolor is a wonderful medium, but as with all things there are some down sides. This leads us to looking at some of the best watercolor markers. A new take on what it means to watercolor. This modern take on a classic medium takes a lot of the good, and fixes a lot of the not so great. This creates a wonderfully versatile tool which is easy to use, reasonably priced, and can help you create some wonderful artwork.
Oil pastel is a wonderful and often forgotten medium of art. For that reason we’ve pulled together some information on the best oil pastels out there. All the information that you will need to know to get started using oil pastels. We’ve also gone ahead and answered all of the most common pastel related questions in one place.
There is a huge amount of great uses for a chalkboard. Be it for signage outside your store or cafe, telling your customers the daily specials, or something more personal like a weekly to-do list in your room. Chalk markers are a great, no mess, alternative to normal chalk which give you vibrant colors, sharp lines all the while still being easily erasable.