We’re delighted this week to introduce you to Scott W. Mason, fashion illustrator extraordinaire, who will be demonstrating how to create material textures with ease using Winsor & Newton ProMarkers…
Oil paints have been most artists’ first choice for hundreds of years, with good reason. The colours are gorgeous, you can do anything with them and they last forever. Oil paints are slow drying, so you can remove what you don’t like while they’re wet or you can paint over them when they’re dry. They’re also easy to use once you learn the basics.
Oil painting mediums are a bit of a mystery in comparison. What do they do, and what’s the difference between them all? This blog post will answer those questions and give you an overview of our most popular oil mediums in to help you choose the right one for your artwork.
With so many painting mediums available it can sometimes be difficult to make a decision about choosing the right one for your needs. Over the next week we’ll be bring you some handy guides to take you through the most popular mediums for different media – acrylics, watercolours and oils.
Layer, smudge, blend and mix in your own individual style – intermixability allows you to combine any Liquitex Heavy Body & Soft Body Acrylics, Inks, Sprays, Markers and Mediums, any way you like. All Liquitex products are made with compatible binders for maximum versatility and archival quality. This means you can go your own way and create your own techniques. And that’s what being an artist is all about.
We’re big fans of the innovative selection of graphic markers available from Winsor & Newton. Their collection includes a variety of options to suit your every creative need, led by the Winsor & Newton Pigment Marker, a pen so revolutionary it will change the way you work forever.
Add the finishing touch to your Halloween fancy dress costume this year with some fang-tastic painting designs using our quick and easy tutorials.
Discover a brand new way to paint in watercolour with Brusho Crystal Colours, new in to Cowling & Wilcox online and in-store…
London Drawing is a collaboration between professional artists, tutors and performers, led by Anne Noble-Partridge and David Price. They offer life drawing and painting classes, bespoke events and corporate workshops in life drawing and creative drawing.
Add the personal touch to your gift giving this year and create your own Christmas models with the Fimo modelling clay range, perfect for budding crafters of all ages! We have Fimo available exclusively in-store, in a variety of colours all at fantastic prices. Read on to find out all about Fimo clay and why we recommend it for your Christmas crafts…
If you’ve never worked with oil paint before then this handy guide’s just for you! We run through all of the different considerations than should be made when working with the masters’ favourite medium.