Tutorial : Monochromatic Acrylic Pour
In this video you will discover how to do a super liquid Monochromatic Acrylic Pour. The Idea is to use a single Color and have many variations of this color by adding either white or black.
Tutorial : Liquid Acrylic Pouring using Liquitex
Learn How to start doing your own Liquid Acrylic Poured Paintings using Liquitex Pouring Medium. What you need 1- Acrylic Colors 2- Liquitex Pouring Medium
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Tutorial : Optical mixing to create visual depth
Using colour of the same degree of lightness or value. Click the link for the latest video tutorial.
Tutorial : How to use the Winsor & Newton ProMarkers
Expert, versatile and boasting an unrivalled colour spectrum, the Winsor & Newton ProMarker is a must-have, professional quality addition to your marker collection. - 148 colours from intensely vibrant to subtle pastels - Blend-friendly, with malleable, alcohol-based, translucent ink - Twin-tipped, with a broad chisel nib and fine bullet nib - High quality nibs for consistent, streak-free coverage - Skilfully versatile: it can be used on ink-resistant surfaces like acetate, glass, plastic and wood
LIQUITEX Uniquely Intermixable
Layer, smudge, blend and mix in your own individual style – intermixability allows you to combine any of our Heavy Body, Soft Body, Inks, Sprays, Markers and Mediums, any way you like. Our products are made with compatible binders for maximum versatility and archival quality. This means you can go your own way and create your own techniques. And that’s what being an artist is all about.
Tutorial : Secondary colour bias
Understand how to exploit or avoid colour clash.
Tutorial : Lightening Colours Without White
Create bright and lively colours in your paintings
Tutorial : Understanding the Fat Over Lean Rule
Follow this rule to get the best out of your oils and prevent cracking
Tutorial : Mixing Water Colour Greys
Explore the greys that provide a more subtle shift in tone than black.
Tutorial : Scumbling With Oils
A process of layering oil colour, where a semi opaque film overlays a darker one.
Tutorial : Removing Unwanted Brush Stroke Marks
By burnishing brush strokes with a metal palette knife.
Tutorial : Water Colour Brush Grips
By varying the angle of the brush head when it connects with the paper.
Tutorial : Understanding Oil Mediums
The importance of applying the right medium within the correct layer. Thickened Linseed Oil vs Stand Oil.
Tutorial : Creating Highlights in Watercolour
Using a sharp blade to re-reveal the paper’s brilliance and create stunning highlights. Click the link for the latest video tutorial.
Tutorial : Working with Solvents
Selecting the right solvent is an important consideration when painting with oils Click the link for the latest video tutorial.
Tutorial : Aquapasto
Add texture with every brush stroke and create a subtle gloss finish to Watercolours and Gouache
Tutorial : Professional Acrylic Modelling Paste
Watch how you can sculpt, overpaint or even sand Professional Acrylic Modelling Paste. Click the link for the latest video tutorial.
Tutorial : Watercolor Dry Brush Techniques
Diversify your mark making with this dry brush water colour technique. Click the link for the latest video tutorial.
Tutorial : Winsor & Newton Oilbar
Apply the buttery consistency of oil paint with the same freedom and immediacy of charcoal and pastels. Click the link for the latest video tutorial.
Tutorial : Hard Edged Painting Methods In Acrylics
Discover hard edge painting techniques. Click the link for the latest video tutorial.
Series 7 | From our hands to yours | Winsor & Newton
All of our Series 7 brushes are handmade in England by our expert brushmakers, each with over 10 years’ experience. Each brush is carefully shaped and rolled to make the perfect domed shape. Watch the crafting process and see the quality for yourself.
Tutorial : Water Colour Tones
Understand the complexity of layering colour washes
Tutorial : Artisan Water Mixable Oil Colour
Surface preparation, for consistency.
Tutorial : Professional Water colour Markers
Combine brush, tubes, pans, water and markers. Innovation in water colour painting.
Tutorial : Prussian Blue
Witness the power and versatility of Prussian Blue.
Tutorial : Opacity vs Transparency in Acrylic
Compare transparent and opaque colour.
Tutorial: Winton Oil vs Artist Oil
Understand the properties in both Winsor and Winton oil colours. Click the link for the latest video tutorial.
Tutorial : Gum Arabic
Witness the soft edge, Gum Arabic masking delivers to your painting. Click the link for the latest video tutorial.
Tutorial : Titanium & Zinc White
Experience the titan eating the colour. Click the link for the latest video tutorial
New Product : W&N + Linley Art Box
We are delighted to announce our collaboration with LINLEY, bringing together over 200 years of heritage and innovation.
Learning : The Different Blacks
Discover how different oil blacks can help you inform your practice. Click the link for the latest video tutorial.
Tutorial - Art masking Fluid
Apply different techniques to your water colour painting using Art Masking Fluid.
How it's made : Acrylic Clear Binder
How Acrylic Paint is made
Tutorial - Glazing
Achieving luminosity with glazing
How it is Made - Oil Colour
A Short Video showing how Oil Colours are made
Tutorial : Oiled Charcoal
This video explains on how to prepare an Oiled Charcoal using Linseed Oil and Willow Charcoal
Learning - The Different Whites
Understanding Different Whites in Winsor & Newton Oil Colours