I probably did... Moonglow is a ready-made grey by Daniel Smith. I am not generally fond of ready-made greys because they are often made of a black pigment mixed with something else to soften the colour. Moonglow is different: the grey is obtained not by using a black as a base, but by mixing three… Continue reading Did I mention how much I like Daniel Smith Moonglow?
Hello everyone, it's been a while! I have been working on my next book, writing articles for Artists & Illustrators Magazine, working for my Patreon site and also working on a massively exciting project with Fabriano... I love their papers, I like their ethics and the people I am in touch with at Fabriano are… Continue reading Testing and reviewing Daniel Smith MAYAN YELLOW
Hello everyone! I finally got round to it, after talking about it for a long time, I listed some of my little mobile shop I take to courses in my online Etsy shop. This means that you can now get my favourite colours in small quantities rather than shelling out for big 15ml tubes before… Continue reading My favourite colours in my Etsy shop
Hello everyone! Two things happened simultaneously this week: my YouTube channel Flora's Patch reached 1000 subscribers and I received a box of paints from Daniel Smith to test for my next book and for some more videos and blog posts too. These two things got me pretty excited so I decided to combine them in… Continue reading Celebrating 1000 YouTube subscribers with unwrapping Daniel Smith video
This is a question I get a lot when I teach. The true definition of hue is colour. In a paint name, it means that it is the colour of that particular pigment, but it is achieved by using another pigment of similar hue. This can be because the original pigment is obsolete and needs… Continue reading What does “hue” mean in a paint name?