Hi everyone, today I’m sharing some sweet cards I’ve made using the Arteza Watercolour Pencils.
A couple of weeks ago I shared a review of the Arteza Watercolour Paints and they kindly sent me the Watercolour Pencils along with the Real Brush Pens.
As many of you will know by now, watercolour is my favourite with watercolour pencils being my favourite medium to use.
I’ve used many pencils over the years, both expensive and inexpensive.
These pencils perform very well and with a large variety of colours and a good price point, it makes them a great purchase for any beginners or someone wanting to increase there watercolour collection with more colour shades.
I found that most of them dissolved well and the pigment of colour to be strong. There were a few that I found to be a little weak in colour and some need a little more work to lift and move more freely from the watercolour paper.
As you can see from the card above they blend well and lifted nicely to create highlighted areas where needed.
As I mentioned before this collection offers a great variety of colours with great vibrant pigment.
The creamy pencils transfer the colour with ease and little effort is needed to dissolve them and move them around your paper.
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Fine Detailed Brushes (Set of 15)
Check out my full product review below.
These are certainly pencils I will continue to move and I have already added them to my other branded pencils, this now offers me a huge selection of colour shades.
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One thought on “Cardmaking Using Arteza Watercolour Pencils”
Those pencils seem to be a good choice for one to start with who doesn’t do any watercoloring. It just seems to add to the image. TYFS this video. Informative.