Create original Christmas magnets by cutting out beautiful shapes from the modelling clay using cookie cutters. After drying, you can decorate the cut-outs with half-beads to your taste.
Turn pine comes into Christmas decorations. Stick pompons of different colors onto the pine cones or create a reindeer face with them – this is how Christmas becomes colorful.
The art world is full of diversity in terms of different painting techniques and mediums. Two such popular water-based painting mediums are watercolors and gouache paints. Both of these paints allow artists to create stunning works of art, but which one best suits your creative vision? In this post, we take a closer look at watercolors and gouache paints and the differences between them.
The charm of watercolours lies in their vivid and fluid expression, but did you know you can take even more control over your watercolour work by using different watercolour mediums? These mediums allow you to create exciting effects and control the fluidity of the colours, opening up new possibilities for your artwork.
Derwent Inktense blocks dry waterproof after coming in contact with water, making them suitable for fabric as well as paper! Watch the video to see how to tie-dye a t-shirt with them.
Derwent Coloursoft pencils are extra-soft wax-based colour pencils with strong, bright colours that bring a wonderful sparkle to your work. Their velvety softness encourages layer-upon-layer blending of tones, bringing new tonalities to your work. Here are ten tips for using Coloursoft pencils.
Winsor&Newton is a brand that has been around since 1832 and has become synonymous with quality art supplies. Their Designers Gouache, which every gouache fan has probably heard of, is no exception. What is Winsor&Newton Designers Gouache?