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This entry is part 2 of 4 in the series Watercolour Painting Materials 1,2,3

Learn what a professional watercolour artist has in his drawers!

Join me for Part 2 of the four part series of videos on the materials that I use on a daily basis as a professional artist. Having too much kit can actually be a hindrance when it comes to watercolour painting and so very often as artists we can be suckered into either buying too many art materials or buying the wrong tools for the job.

This video is about watercolour paper and the somewhat confusing terminology around it. By the end of this video you should be able to make your own choices of paper confidently and you will know the answer to that age old question:

“To stretch or not to stretch?”…

Enjoy the videos! P.S: This free series is part of the introduction to my Watercolour Landscape Mastery Program

Looking for watercolour paper I stock packs of 10 sheets of a variety of papers at a great price:

Arches Watercolour Paper

Bockingford Watercolour Paper

Saunders Waterford Watercolour Paper

Series Navigation<< Watercolour Materials 1,2,3! – Part 1: What You Need & What You Don’t!Watercolour Materials 1,2,3! – Part 3: Watercolour Paints Made Simple! >>

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