WHAT YOU WILL NEED
Any watercolour related products you have for example:
– Watercolour paints (Tubes or blocks or both)
– Watercolour brushes (Pick yourself 2 different sizes. Roughly a 4 and 10.)
– Watercolour pencils
– Watercolour paper. A4 size preferably, cut an A3 in half, 190gsm to 300gsm rough or smooth. Please don’t use photocopy paper.
– Palette: An old porcelain plate is going to do the job. No fancy palettes are necessary.
– A hairdryer can be handy to speed up drying.
– Pencil & rubber
– Water Jar: Anything lying around the house will work. Glass is best so you can see the colour of the water. One is fine, two is better.
– An old towel or rag etc to wipe off brushes.
– Paper Towel or kitchen roll, whatever you call it. A couple of sheets will come in handy.
– A pinch of courage. It takes a little courage to approach a blank piece of paper, to practice skills over and over, to allow yourself to be truly creative. You got this.
I love the Mont Marte brand from most $2 shops or buy online from the ART SHED (www.artshedonline.com.au/) or visit them instore in Moorabbin.
Your enthusiasm to learn and patience and fun.