Hiii, firstly this makes my whole week! Thankyou lovely, so floored and flattered that you want to study my art, seriously that’s so cool.
I find this identity question really difficult because I’m still growing and learning (not that I ever want to stop) but I’m still just starting to figure out my ‘identity’ as an artist. I think lately I’m aiming to show liveliness, movement and curiosity in my work. Right now these two stand out as pieces I’ve really enjoyed, x and x.
I hope this was helpful and do share how you go with your study! xx
For little paintings and just to get ideas down I usually use a moleskine watercolour journal, which I love and will continue to keep re purchasing. For larger finished pieces I usually use Arches 300gsm smooth paper.
They are a little pricey but it’s just what suits me and what I’m comfortable with.
I reccomend playing around with different textures and weights till you find what suits you, but always make sure the paper/notepad is specific to a watercolour medium :)
Have a lovely day and I hope this helped! xx
Hi I haven’t invested too much in brushes yet as I end up mistreating them hehe, but I’ve recently bought a couple of winsor & newton ones that are real nice to use, trying my best to not abuse them :)
I sure do lovely! shoot me an email at email@example.com and we can chat more about it :)