In my first Inktober article ‘A Beginners Guide To Indian Ink‘ we discovered the unique properties of Indian Ink. In this post we take a
Indian ink, also known as Chinese ink or India ink, is a type of ink traditionally used in East Asia for writing, drawing, and painting.
Playing with inks and a spray bottle will always create surprising and unpredictable results. As an artist I like to experiment with mixing inks and
Learn the basics of Inks in our guide – whether you’re a beginner or a passionate inker looking to level up your skills for Inktober!
With the holiday season fast approaching we have added to our range a lightweight portable paint palette. Viviva Coloursheets are like dot cards but on
Gerry Halpin MBE PPMAFA NAPA is a landscape painter using a variety of media. His work is essentially interpretive, intuitive and pushes towards abstraction, especially
We have added artist grade printmaking inks and a safe, odourless studio clean up and oil paint thinner to our range. Gamblin Relief Inks Gamblin
Join artist Liz Chaderton and discover the basics of Line and Wash painting. Follow her tutorial to see which comes first – line or wash!
Liz Chaderton introduces Line and Wash Painting – a wonderful way of working which takes advantage of the strengths of both ink and watercolour.
Featuring Derwent’s vibrant Inktense formula pressed into a pan, these sets contain everything you need to paint on the go – even a sponge and
Pen and Ink are the perfect partners for quick and easy mark making – especially as they are affordable and easy to transport. But working