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Detail of today's painting.

Protected: Using Watercolor Flats and a Bit on Back-Runs

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Another Portrait on Canson Heritage Watercolor Paper

One thing I found that I really liked with Canson Heritage watercolor paper was the way a wide range of pens worked beautifully on its surface. (I was testing the hot press surface.) In this portrait I used a fountain pen filled with Platinum Carbon Black and two Sakura Pigma Professional brush pens with solid […]

Detail of sketch.

Another Peek at Canson Heritage Watercolor Paper

  I have already given my thoughts and recommendations about this paper and you can find them under “Canson Heritage” using the blog’s search engine or category list. This is a 100 percent cotton paper that has a non-animal sizing.  But I wanted to share another piece I did which had some lifting out. This […]

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Protected: Do You Stop Or Keep Pushing?

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Protected: Drawing Beard Stubble

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Looking at Canson Heritage Watercolor Paper

This past fall I purchased a block of 140 lb. hot press Canson Heritage Watercolor paper. It is a 100 percent cotton paper with a non-animal sizing. (Yep, I am not happy about the sizing, but there you have it.) Since then I’ve been working on it to complete a project. I haven’t posted sketches […]

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