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Paperback edition of Colours of Nature coming out soon and free online painting class for Patreon subscribers

Hello everyone, The new edition of my first book Colours of Nature is coming out soon and I just received the advanced copy. And here comes my second unboxing video! 😀 To celebrate my book coming out in a paperback edition, I decided to have a little celebration with my Patreon subscribers. The support I… Continue reading Paperback edition of Colours of Nature coming out soon and free online painting class for Patreon subscribers

Art courses, Live streams, News, News 2021

Online classes – April 2021

Hello! We are starting to ease the lockdown in the UK today and we have a glorious week of sunshine to celebrate! This also means great light to paint and film... I am going into a pattern of three online classes a month. One 1 hour class (art lesson related to drawing or technique/colour) +… Continue reading Online classes – April 2021

Art courses, Live streams, News, News 2021

New type of online class: it’s Painting Day!

Greetings fellow painters, Blue Anemone, work in progress The online classes are getting into a nice rhythm and they are proving popular, so I am back with more but different: the Painting Day. The format and whole ambience will be different from the other classes. The session will be longer so there will be time… Continue reading New type of online class: it’s Painting Day!

Art materials, Reviews and Tests

My top 3 synthetic, cruelty-free, vegan-friendly watercolour brushes – Review

I am asked a lot about what my favourite brushes are, even more so now that I am running some online classes. So I made this video reviewing my top 3. The first one is the ProArte Prolene Plus Series 007. This is my go-to brush and I can do everything with it, from soaking… Continue reading My top 3 synthetic, cruelty-free, vegan-friendly watercolour brushes – Review

Art Tutorials, Drawing, YouTube Channel

Daffodil drawing tutorial

It feels very spring like today over here, although there are still fifteen days of winter to go until the equinox and the official start of the spring season. The daffodils are really glowing in the sun, showing their best mixes of Hansa Yellow Light and Hansa Yellow Deep... A touch of Quinophthalone Yellow in… Continue reading Daffodil drawing tutorial