October 20, 2021 2 min read
Create a colour chart with your new watercolour pan set or tubes (we have used ART essentials Studio Quality Watercolour Painting Sets)
What could be more satisfying than opening up your new watercolour half pan set! But before you throw away all those tiny little coloured labels make sure you have created your own watercolour chart, noting down the correct name or number or both of each paint!
Why should I make a colour chart?
There are a number of reasons why you should make your own colour chart;
You may even want to create a colour mixing chart, giving versatility to your set by creating new shades within your existing sets.
Products used in this series
Next up is our 'Exploration of Brush Attributes'.
I have had a strong interest in the visual and creative arts since a very early age. I completed with great success ‘A’ level Fine Art, Textile and Embroidery City and Guilds, Foundation Diploma in Fine Art, (BA hons) Degree in Embroidery and Textiles from Manchester Metropolitan University and a PGCE from the University of Huddersfield. I have taught Art and Design, Fashion and Textiles, Textile design and Fine Art print and Illustration for over 20 years. I have also instigated and program managed many projects for the local community. Before teaching I was a freelance artist and illustrator and decided 4 years ago I would return to freelance and commissioned work. I have created many domestic and commercial murals for hospitals and hospices. I work part time for Artdiscount as a content creator and product tester.
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