Category Archives: Graphics

Art Supply Testing: Watercolour Paints

I have moved all of my watercolour lightfastness tests to my dedicated art blog at artdragon86.wordpress.com. You can find the final results of my lightfastness tests here. Advertisements

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Watercolour Mixes

When one gets started out in watercolour (or in any artistic medium) it is easy to be overwhelmed by the multitude of brands and colours available and get sucked into thinking that you absolutely must have every single one you … Continue reading

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Art Supply Comparison: Water-Soluble Crayons and Pastels

My comparison post for watersoluble crayons and pastels has been moved to my dedicated art blog at artdragon86.wordpress.com. You can find an updated version of the comparison here.

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Art Supply Comparison: Coloured Pencils

My coloured pencil comparison post has been moved to my dedicated art blog at artdragon86.wordpress.com. You can find the comparison post here.

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Art Supply Review: Derwent Artbars

I have moved all my art supply reviews to my dedicated art blog at artdragon86.wordpress.com. You can find my review of Derwent Artbars here.

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Belvedere – My Illustrated Children’s Book

A month ago I was rambling and raving about how much hard work it was to plot, illustrate, write and publish my children’s book for uni. Back then I wondered how I would ever get it finished in time, and … Continue reading

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Writing a Children’s Book is Easy…

At least that’s what I told myself at the start of the semester, when I chose to do Designing and Producing Illustrated Children’s Books as my non-IT elective for my post-graduate studies. I’ve always been a creative soul, writing and … Continue reading

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