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How to draw a blow paint monster
The bigger your paint splodges are, the larger your blow paint monster will be. Make sure that the paints are as "watery" as possible.
How to draw with the Watercolour pencils Goldfaber Aqua
The Goldfaber Aqua watercolour pencils convince with their soft and intense colour laydown as well as outstanding colour brilliance using either dry or wet techniques.
How to do finger printing
Feel free to use your thumb or other fingers to make the prints too. You'll see how much fun it is to experiment with different shapes and sizes.
How to do paint splatters
The splatters will have different sizes depending on how forceful your movements are.
How to do flower stamping
Create your own personal field of flowers by using different colours or use other flowers and natural materials.
How to draw a landscape with Pitt Artists‘ Pastel Pencils and Polychromos Artists‘ Pastels
The Pitt pastel pencils contain a high level of pigment, but are wax and oil free, and are perfectly suited for fine details in pastels.
On the go with watercolours in pans
All conventional watercolour techniques can be implemented with the highly pigmented watercolours. The water brush provided, which can produce numerous, fantastic effects, is the perfect companion for painting outdoors or on trips.
How to use Graphite Aquarelle pencils
Look at the different techniques employed by Luis Castellanos, a well-known Peruvian plastic artist working with Faber-Castell´s Graphite Aquarelle pencils.
How to use Albrecht Dürer & Pitt Artist Pen
It's the perfect gift idea for new, amateur and professional artists.
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