Draw Without Fancy Art Materials – Use a Simple Biro Pen

Draw Without Fancy Art Materials – Use a Simple Biro Pen

You really don’t need fancy art materials to start to draw. An everyday pen and scrap of paper or card will do. In this video Sandra draws a woman drinking a coffee with a basic biro pen, that just happens to be purple. So if you are stuck inside isolating, give...
Get Art Inspiration from Children’s Book Illustrations

Get Art Inspiration from Children’s Book Illustrations

You don’t always have to look at art books to get inspiration for your drawings. Tara and Sandra look at some fantastic children’s books that you can use as creative inspiration. The Two Children’s Books Mentioned The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The...
Sketch the People You Love

Sketch the People You Love

Do you ever sketch the people you love? Sandra sometimes finds them easier to draw as she already knows them really well. In this video Sandra draws her husband and Grandson with fountain pens, a Pentel brush pen and a water brush. Starting the Drawing with a Fountain...
How to Avoid Mixing Muddy Watercolours

How to Avoid Mixing Muddy Watercolours

Sandra offers advice on how to keep your watercolour paints pure and bright when you mix them. Transparent colours when mixed together look good, but mixing opaque colours can leave you with muddy colours. Demo of Mixing Transparent Versus Opaque Watercolours We...
Drawing Old Hands and Finding Beauty in the Imperfect

Drawing Old Hands and Finding Beauty in the Imperfect

This week we get a little (a lot) cheesy. Sandra talks about finding beauty in the imperfect and drawing it. Imperfect things like knobbly hands or a craggy old face are much more interesting to draw than perfect youthful airbrushed images. Drawing Hands with a...
Rembrandt Travel Watercolour Set Review

Rembrandt Travel Watercolour Set Review

In this video Sandra reviews her new set of Royal Talen’s Rembrandt Travel Watercolours. She unboxes the watercolours to show you what the tin and watercolours inside. She then does a test swatch so you can see the vibrancy of the watercolours. Rembrandt Travel...

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