Winsor and Newton bijou water colour box and moleskine journal in a leather cover from Renaissance Art.Watercolour
I always like to see artist’s stuff, and this one is so cute and lovable.
The highlights in this are just great
This is an amazing piece. . .the colors, the composition and the contrast and shadows. Beautiful!
Thank you Folks. Its the start of a new watercolour moleskine a new beginning for the new year.
Always nice to see the tools of trade, especialy in a well observed sketch. You really only use 8 colours?
Nice colors nick. I use a ranklin&covey planner its a leather case with a nice zipper. Its lasted about a year and a half so far. Yours looks cooler, does it cover the sides also.
I use a yellow, orange, red, 2blues, and 2browns. I have a 12 pan kit I think I need to take out the greens and sometimes I use the white but not often. I could use a good green, the ones I use are a bit bright and student grade. I like the highlights well placed.
No I don’t use only 8 colours The paints shown are the ones that I take out in case I want to put some colour on a pen and ink drawing the box is compact and light I have a much larger set that I use at home that probably has 28 colour in but I have only used about half of them and several of those only once or twice! A restricted pallet is good because it reduces the temptation to use neat colours rather than mixing them for yourself,Thats in my humble opinion!
Thanks for the comments The colours used in this painting are artist quality, Once you use them you can tell the difference much stronger so you use less.
The cover comes from Renaissance in Santa Fe USA It covers the sides but not the ends, It has a pen holder in that you can select the size of,lovely leather fairly expensive, but I love it especially now its beginning to get worn in cant wait till it looks really battered!.It was bought it on the internet as a 50th birthday present. Great service by the way! Here is a link.They do a specific moleskine selection
Love you style of painting by the way
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