- Watercolours 12 Block Giotto
- Watercolour 12 Block Rolfes
- Watercolour 22 Block Rolfes
- Watercolour 24 Block Giotto
- Watercolour 36 Block Daler Rowney Simply
- Watercolour 8 Block Glitter Giotto
- Watercolour 8 Block Metallic Giotto
- Watercolour Masking Fluid 100ml
- Watercolour Masking Fluid 500ml
- Watercolour Masking Fluid 75ml Simply
- Watercolour Tubes 12x12ml
- Watercolour Tubes 18x12ml
- Watercolour Tubes 12x12ml Daler Rowney Simply
- Watercolour Tubes 24x12ml Daler Rowney Simply
Giotto Colour Blocks - Versatile for school use as many teachers also use watercolour blocks as opaque colour. Mix with water to get varying shades of colours, from dense, bright opaque colours to transparent watercolours. May use white to creat a gouache effect.
Rolfes Watercolours - Real watercolours and very popular product. Versatile with lovely colour range.
Watercolours Daler Rowney Simply - Daler-Rowney Watercolours are offered in three ranges – Artists’ Quality, Aquafine and Simply.
Artists’ Watercolour is a professional-quality watercolour. Based on the finest modern and traditional pigments, it is precisely formulated to offer unparalleled performance and permanence. Price on reques - tubes of a colour.
The Simply Range is an affordable range for students in Pan with 36 Colours or Tube Set of 12x12ml and 24x12ml Set.
Watercolour Set of 12 & 18 x 12ml tubes - imported under many brand names - use within 6 months after purchasing as the paint may dy in the tubes. Only see as a starter set - not recommended
Masking Fluid - How to use - Google - Some tips
1. Plan Thoroughly
2. Dilute to Taste – may dilute for creating finer lines or spatter effect.
3. Handle with Care – never shake the bottle
4.Choose Different Tools – apply with different tools, brush, dipping pen, toothbrush, rolled up paper- experiment – there are several YouTube instruction videoal
5. Soapy water is invaluable – use an old brush – a nylon bristle will be easier to clean – dip the brush often in soapy water.
6. Vary your Application – paint, draw, dab, flick masking fluid. Experimenting=Creative work.
7. Don'tWork Wet – paper must be dry when applying masking fluid.
8. Remove it Carefully – use a soft eraser to remove – when the paint is completely dry.
9. Soften the Edges - Masking fluid can leave hard-edged marks on your work. If the wash painted over a masked area is not a staining colour, then once the masking fluid is removed the edges of these marks can, if desired, be softened by gently lifting out with a damp brush.