I have been toying with the idea to teach drawing and painting classes in my studio. I know what pens to use, and the paper, but the thought of watercolors crossed my mind as a larger project. What is the best set for the price? or should we go for pure quality? Of course, I would want stellar paints to bring color to a drawing. But, buying watercolor paint in tubes is a huge expense.
|Crayola watercolors are the least expensive and I can't remember the price on this one. I felt the colors were very fluid, but yuck the consistency of them was terrible as you can see every brush stroke.|
|The paper towel from my experiment. I keep these in a nice pile in my studio. Someday I am going to fuse them with Mistyfuse and make a quilt out of them! A girl can dream.|
|Hand drawn with a Sharpie Extra Fine Point Pen and painted with watercolors from my palette (from tubes). I was having a 'Calgon' moment and wanted to sail away from the stress of life.|
|Hand drawn and painted with the Angora watercolor set. Ordinary Objects.|
|Counting down the days until Quilt Market in St. Louis, Missouri where my first line with RJR Fabrics will be introduced!|